T-120 Videotape Echo
Inspired by the garbled audio that accompanies worn-out and poorly aged budget bin video tape, the T-120 Videotape Echo gives you exactly the type of sound that you're hearing in your head when you look at it.
Feed your guitar through the T-120, and the recorded playback will be the sound of low bandwidth tape being fed haphazardly through a magnetic read head by an uncalibrated, unbalanced feed mechanism.
The T-120 began as an attempt to make a PT2399 delay that sounded pristine, and then use analog EQing techniques to destroy the frequency spectrum in the exactly the same way that worn-out tape does. And the result sounds every bit as good as it looks.
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112+ Drive Channel
The ultimate stacking preamp, vintage drive, booster, distortion, and much more.
With an internal voltage boosted up to 34v, the 112+ runs hot and pushes its circuitry to the boundaries of what it can do.
This pedal sounds good at pretty much any setting, but it really rewards you for taking the time to sit down and getting to know it, as the sheer breadth of the range of sounds that are possible might not be obvious at first glance.
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The Retro Harmonic
Optical Panning Harmonic Tremolo
A fully stereo amplitude/harmonic tremolo that toys with the very idea of how a harmonic tremolo can be implemented.
2 Completely independent, 100% analog signal paths are modulated by 2 digitally controlled LFOs. The digital and analog halves of this unit interact through vintage vactrol photoresistive elements.
Digital control is used to provide an original and diverse set of options that will keep knob-tweakers busy for hours, arranged on an interface straightforward enough to be read and understood by the set-it-and-forget-it crowd.
More information forthcoming.
About Demedash Effects:
Demedash Effects is owned and operated by Steve Demedash, an Electrical Engineer and Musician dedicated to chasing tone via his soldering iron.
Steve graduated from the University of Manitoba's Electrical & Computer Engineering program in 2016 with a Minor in Computer Science. He spent 3 of his university years running the Faculty of Engineering's Student Humor magazine, where he discovered his aptitude for graphic design, which he now uses to make his pedals stand out.
He enjoys making things that look & sound cool, making questionable jokes at questionable times, and writing in the third person perspective.
He shamelessly self promotes on Instagram under the handle @demedasheffects.
Feel free to send him a Direct Message on Instagram, or an email at email@example.com for inquiries.