Mad Professor Releases the Double Moon

It includes three chorus effects, three dual chorus effects, three flanger effects, flanger+chorus effect, and a vibrato.

Finland (January 7, 2019) -- Mad Professor Amplification, the long standing and awarded pedal manufacturer, will release the new Double Moon modulation pedal in January 2019 at NAMM show in Anaheim, California.

The Mad Professor Double Moon is a small, easy to use and super versatile pedal for a wide variety of modulation sounds. True analogue bucket brigade signal paths with a Tone control makes the Double Moon a long-awaited modulation pedal for today’s guitar player.

Double Moon pedal has 11 carefully designed modes that will let you dial in, not only all of the classic modulation effects, but far beyond that. All of the sounds are easily reached from a rotary switch: 3 chorus effects , 3 dual chorus effects, 3 flanger effects, flanger+chorus effect and a vibrato.

You can further on fine tune the LFO wave or Regen depending on the mode by the Control knob. The Depth knob will let you dial in the desired amount of the effect and the Speed knob will control the speed of the effect.

”Double Moon has modulation effects from mild to wild, motionless to faux-Leslie type, it ́s all there with the added Tone control!” -says Harri Koski, the CEO of Mad Professor Amplification.

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