Dwarfcraft Unveils the Treeverb and Body Mod
It marks their first foray into both reverb and chorus pedals.
Eau Claire, WI (January 21, 2019) -- Dwarfcraft Devices is excited to release two new pedals for NAMM 2019. It marks their first foray into both reverb and chorus pedals.
Treeverb is a compact, versatile reverb that offers deep but intuitive control allowing users to fit it into just about any setlist. Hall is a traditional, long reverb, with controls for Tone, Pre-delay (Character), and Length. Hall is the broadest mode in the Treeverb and can be tweaked to fit just about any standard reverb need. It can even simulate a slap back delay. Pitch mode starts with a reverb, of course, but the secret sauce is the dual pitch shifters that come next. One is an octave up, one is an octave down. If youâ€™re looking for a HUGE sound, Dwarfcraft has a recipe you need to try. Modulated is made for all kinds of atmospheric, woozy, and sci-fi sounds. It is a big old reverb with a chorus on the wet signal. The Tone and Character knobs allow you to dial in chorus from an almost subliminal cycle to a deep vibrato.
Body Mod is a feature rich but easy to control modulation powerhouse. There are three modes onboard: Chorus, Flange, and Octave. There are the standard Rate and Depth controls, but they also added a Flux control. As the Flux is turned up in the Chorus mode, an upper octave effect can be heard and at full rotation the pitches spiral up and out of range in a bit of audio alchemy. In Flange mode, the Rate and Depth function just like the Chorus but the Flux knob is a simple resonance dial, allowing players to dial in just the right amount of metallic zing for the occasion. Lastly, the Octave mode provides parallel sub octave and upper octave signals that can both be filtered with the Flux knob.
- Full Wet/Dry blend
- Internal trim pots for input and output control
- 125b size enclosure
- Top mounted jacks
- 9v Center negative power supply
- True Bypass Soft Switching
They will retail for $199 and will be ready to ship in February/March 2019.
Watch the Body Mod video demo:
Watch the Treeverb video demo:
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