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Xotic to Release Robotalk 2

Xotic to Release Robotalk 2

The Robotalk 2 features two individual envelope filter channels.

Xotic Effects is updating their Robotalk envelope filter pedal. The new Robotalk sports two individual envelope filter channels. Each channel is independently voiced and can be preset for different playing style; slow acoustic-like attack, percussive, high speed open-close and many more. Blend each channel together for additional tones or use the internal dip switch to customize your sounds appropriately. There's a switchable input pad for accommodating both active and passive signals.

"The new Robotalk 2 is great!! You've got the classic seventies-style ALL ANALOG filter sound, and you've got two discrete channels of it. What else do you need, except maybe Parliment Funkadelic??" - Paul Jackson Jr.

Xotic will be formally unveiling the new Robotalk 2 at NAMM and it will have a MSRP $280.

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