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Chase Bliss Audio Spectre TZ Through Zero Flanger Pedal

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  • Analog Through-Zero Flanger with Digital Control
  • ModuShape control for manipulating the waveform 
  • Expression / Ramp control combined with dip switches give an unparalleled control and creativity to some very unique sounds alongside your favourite flanging, chorus and even vibrato tones
  • All analog signal path, but with digital control over parameters allow for amazing uncompromised tone and a huge array of possibilities
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Through-zero and back again. Many decades ago, it is rumored that a certain, infamous “Spectre” created the effect we’ve all come to know as flange by putting a finger on a set of identical tape recorders, slightly altering the speed of one of the recorders. Through-zero flanging is an incredibly rare and inspiring effect, especially in the analog domain. By using two delay lines (as opposed to just one), Spectre can cross over the elusive “zero point.” This through-zero flanger pedal features an all-analog signal path that can be dialed in to create any amount of subtle and wacky flange tones. Spectre also boasts an impressive array of chorus and vibrato tones.  Further, every knob and switch is connected to a little digital brain while your guitar signal stays 100% analog the entire time and never gets digitally processed. Since the control of the effect is digital, it opens up unprecedented effects and features that have never been heard or offered in analog stompboxes.

 

Disclaimer: This is a true through-zero analog flanger utilising not one but two delay lines. This means there's a bit of residual noise, which is the nature of analog flangers. If you're running a super quiet rig and noise is important to you, then this may not be the right flanger for you. Best thing to do is try it out of course!

We Welcome Part Exchange

We welcome part exchanges on items over £500. We realise that sometimes you need to “move something on” to get your new guitar. We give fair prices and once agreed we stick to them. The only thing we ask is that you accurately describe your guitar. We have plenty of happy customers from our part exchange scheme.

How it works – If you are local, you can simply call in. If you are not local we will assess your guitar and give you a valuation via phone/e-mail (we may ask for pictures). Once the price is agreed, we always stick to it, and your new guitar will be removed from the market so the deal can be concluded.

You can either send us your guitar, or we can use our courier to pick up for a small charge (UK only). Once the guitar is with us and any balance is paid we can dispatch your new guitar.

Need to know more? Just e-mail us at: sales@soundaffectsmusic.com or call us on 01695-570023