You can switch between shimmer and reverb with a long-press of the footswitch.

Santa Ana, CA (October 9, 2014) -- Neunaber Audio Effects announces the launch of the Seraphim Stereo Shimmer Pedal. Available for purchase on October 15, 2014, the Seraphim Stereo Shimmer will retail for $239.

Seraphim Stereo Shimmer combines the Wet Reverb with our celebrated shimmer effect, taking the "choir of angels" sound to a whole new level! Simple, versatile controls allow you to quickly dial in your ideal celestial sound.

Even better—you can switch on-the-fly between shimmer and reverb-only with a long-press of the footswitch. It's like two pedals in one! Add in shimmer only when you need it—to add a little sparkle, or for a full keyboard pad effect.

Features:

  • Stereo or mono input and output
  • Controls for Effect Mix, Reverb Depth and Shimmer Level
  • Programmable with Pedal Customizer software for PC and Mac
  • Mix knob can go to 100% effect
  • Analog dry signal for low noise and zero latency
  • Optional true-bypass for an additional $30
  • Small footprint
  • Made in Orange County, California USA

Seraphim Stereo Shimmer is compatible with Pedal Customizer Version 2.0, which allows you to reprogram the pedal as any of our effects, including the Wet Reverb, Chroma Chorus, Echelon Echo, and Infinity Hold.

The new Expansion Port allows future accessories to recall 4 programmable effects with 2 presets each. In addition, it allows access to 4 expression inputs—one for each knob and one for morphing between the two presets.

Street: $239

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