Mojo Hand FX Introduces the Dream Mender

A new DSP-powered stomp that aims to emulate a large-format seventies classic.

Holland, MI (March 3, 2020) -- Mojo Hand FX has unveiled their newest original design, the Dream Mender Echo/Chorus/Vibrato pedal. This new DSP release is an accurate emulation of a 70’s classic in a compact form, with increased delay time, feedback response, and reliability.

Features:

  • Controls for Delay, Blend, and Feedback.
  • Pushbutton selection for Chorus or Vibrato
  • 9v, center negative power supply
  • Almost a full second (890ms) of delay time
  • Made in USA, lifetime warranty

$159 MAP/street price.

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