The pedal features dual analog synth oscillators, each with its own level, decay, and octave switching.

New Zealand (October 2, 2019) -- t's the best kind of day. It's a new pedal day!

We are beyond delighted to share the brand new Synthotron II pedal.

Truly an otherworldly analog device from a distant Synthotronic universe!

Is this possibly the most surreal, crazy, analog pedal you’ve ever encountered? Why yes, yes it is!

Featuring dual analog synth oscillators, each with its own level, decay and octave switching. The Synthotron II features amplitude modulation, an envelope filter and a sample hold section.

Designed back in 2012, the Synthotron I was the most polarizing pedal Ben had ever designed.

Heralded by some as a “Gateway into new realms of creativity” and “The second coming of the guy up stairs”, whilst simultaneously causing others to ask “Has Ben started smoking something dubious?”, the Synthotron I took the world by storm with a unique combination of entirely analog sounds unavailable in any other pedal.

Better, stronger, and faster than its predecessor, the Synthotron II is the six-million-dollar man of analog guitar synthdom!

More stable (but not too stable), more range, more rate....if you are looking for a portal into the magnificent and surreal world of truly 100% analog guitar synth glory, then this is the pedal for you. No digital reproductions or emulations, this pedal has all the delicate filth of a generation of analog 70’s synths!

Described by a certain famous top hatted rock star as “the love child of an Atari game console and a 70’s pornographic film”!!!.

What more could you want?

Truly unique. There is nothing quite like the Synthotron II.

The Synthotron II is available now, today! Shipping today from our US warehouse!!! You order today and your order will ship same day!

The first 150 units have been hand assembled, numbered and signed by creator Ben Fulton!! Available for a very limited time at only $199.99USD!


  • Dual Analog Synthesizers
  • 1 Octave up, 2 Octave Up, 1 Octave Down
  • Sample hold
  • Envelope filter
  • Analog Synth Mayhem
  • Independent synth and filter – use separately or simultaneously
  • True bypass switching
  • Use any standard DC 9 volt pedal power supply
  • $199.99USD


  • Current draw: 300ma (wallwart only)
  • Weight: 530 grams
  • Dimensions: 118mm x 38mm x 94m

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