The pedal features eight waveforms, onboard tap tempo, clock/sync input, resonant ambience (space) control, true bypass, and a toggle to choose between tremolo or vibrato mode.

Onalaska, WI (June 20, 2018) -- The brand new Inflection Point from Mattoverse Electronics is a powerful modulation effects pedal that works great with guitar, bass, or synths and is capable of producing a huge variety amplitude and pitch modulation effects. Featuring eight waveforms, onboard tap tempo, clock/sync input, resonant ambience (space) control, true bypass, and a toggle to choose between tremolo or vibrato mode. These features combined with dry/wet blend and output level controls allow you to dial in all manner of subtle or extreme modulation effects.

Features:

  • 8 User Selectable Waveforms including two Random settings
  • Onboard Tap Tempo & Clock/Sync Input (0-20v)
  • Space control to add resonant ambience
  • Pedalboard-friendly top-mounted jacks
  • True Bypass Wiring

The Inflection Point sells for a $199 Street Price and will be available in limited quantities directly from Mattoverse Electronics at https://mattoverse.com and through the Mattoverse Electronics Reverb Shop at https://reverb.com/shop/mattoverse

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Multiple modulation modes and malleable voices cement a venerable pedal’s classic status.

Huge range of mellow to immersive modulation sounds. Easy to use. Stereo output. Useful input gain control.

Can sound thin compared to many analog chorus and flange classics.

$149

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