Originally conceived to simulate the effect of a warped vinyl record, but that is only scratching the surface of what Warped Vinyl mkII can do. This “true pitch” analog vibrato/chorus pedal features an all-analog signal path that can be dialed in to create limitless palette of vibrato and chorus. Warped Vinyl mkII has several changes, including a tone knob for shimmery, transparent vibrato/ chorus as well as an increased signal to noise ratio. 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.Controls To Control Your Controls
The Warped Vinyl features more options than we can quite explain but the controls are something we CAN! The global controls on the front allow you to control Mix, Volume, and Tone (Ramp), and RPM knobs and a 1-2-3 (3-6-8) Tap Division Toggle. The ModuShape controls feature Depth, Warp, and Left and Right Wave Shape Toggles. On the top of the front panel are 16 dip switches that allow you to change parameters such as Volume, Mix, RPM, Depth, and Warp on or off for ramping or expression pedal capability or the Lo-Fi dip switch which makes your signal noisier with some fidelity loss for authentic warped vinyl record sound effects. The Warped Vinyl also features 122 user preset slots savable/selectable via MIDI as well as Users are now able to select MIDI Channels 1-16. Lastly, it has a Tap Tempo footswitch, a Bypass footswitch, and a Preset toggle switch to recall presets.Your Search Ends Here
This pedal outclasses nearly every other analog chorus/vibrato pedal that springs to mind when it comes to range of sounds, features, and overall tonal quality. The creative potential this pedal offers is unmatched, and yes, it even tops the original Warped Vinyl. If the dark, Lo-Fi only sounds of its predecessor kept you from buying the MKI, there’s no excuse now as the MKII can be cleaner, quieter, and more shimmery and lush while still capturing MKI-style tones when you want them. The expanded MIDI control and 122 presets also make the MKII ideal for adding to MIDI guitar rigs. I highly doubt a better analog chorus/vibrato will come along again unless Chase Bliss Audio releases a Warped Vinyl MKIII.
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