Take a look at the brand-new stomps, axes, and gizmos, including new stuff from Analog Outfitters, Hungry Robot, Modulus, and Blackstar.
Dwarfcraft Devices The Curse
Ben Hinz's Dwarfcraft Devices came to Nashville NAMM with yet another warped stomp, the Curse. Outfitted with a bunch of bucket-brigade-device analog chips, it rather fittingly yields up to 666 ms of delay, but also features an onboard modulation circuit, a subdivision toggle, a waveform toggle that switches between sine, square, and random, and control-voltage mini jacks for external control of tap-tempo or modulation. Street price is around $400.