A classic dynamic envelope filter inspired by Flea.

Los Angeles, CA (June 27, 2017) -- F-Pedals gives birth to PunQmonk, a classic dynamic envelope filter featuring two range modes, a potentiometer with built-in LED light to show the on/off status of the pedal and to set the filter response to the dynamic of the user’s performance. Additionally there is a connection to plug in an optional (sold separately) FXPTM F-Pedals external expression foot control pedal to manage the filter sensitivity by foot that can generate some really cool and unique kind of wha-wha effects.

It is inspired by and dedicated to Flea, bass player of the legendary band Red Hot Chili Peppers. PunQmonk is suitable for guitar, bass or anything else you can connect to it.

Like all other F-Pedals it comes in a super convenient size and is very lightweight, making it a perfect fit in in any pedalboard and is compatible with standard 9V DC supply (center negative).

Available at selected retailers worldwide as well as on F-Pedals Online Store and it retails at a suggested price of $139.

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