Hungry Robot Pedals Announces the Starlite

A modulated reverb with tap tempo control.

Cedar Falls, IA (July 10, 2015) -- Hungry Robot Pedals is an Iowa-based company specializing in modulation and time-based effects. They are set to release The Starline, a modulated reverb with a tap tempo control rate, on 7/31/2015.

From their website: "The tap tempo feature allows you to accurately synchronize your reverb to the tempo you are playing as well as the other time-based effects, adding a rhythmic dimension to your reverberations."

Features:

  • Mix, Modulation, & Decay Controls
  • Accurate Tap Tempo (Soft Touch)
  • Organic, Musical Reverb Tone
  • Self-Oscillation Capabilities
  • Thick, Pulsating Modulation
  • External Tap Tempo Input

$219 Retail, $199 Street

For more information:
Hungry Robot Pedals

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