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Chase Bliss Audio Wombtone MKII Analog Phaser

Item ID: WOMBTONEMKII

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Chase Bliss Audio Wombtone MKII

They just don’t make phasers like they used to. This analog phaser pedal features an all-analog signal path with smooth, vintage tones that harken back to the 70’s while retaining the ability to get plenty weird and psychadelic too. Wombtone mkII has a few upgrades, including a rare mix control that moves from full dry signal to pure phase vibrato as well as the ability to switch between 2, 4, and 6 stages of phase for all flavors of phase from barely audible to that full, syrupy swirl.

Chase Bliss Audio Wombtone MKII Features:

  • Feed(Ramp): Simply put, this is a magical knob. When you don’t have any dip switches assigned for ramping, this knob functions as a feedback knob to increase resonance and intensity on the phasing effect, it doesn’t affect the dry signal on the mix control.
  • Volume: Sets the level of the effect.
  • Mix: Dial this in for 100% wet phase vibrato, 100% dry, or anything in-between.
  • RPM: This controls the rate of the phase effect – mkII allows very slow rates. Tap tempo overrides this control.
  • 1/2/4(3/6/8) STG:(2/4/6) Toggle: If the “Stages” dip switch is engaged, this toggle transforms into the “STG: (2/4/6)” switch. This allows selection of 2, 4, or 6 phase stages for more subtle or extreme options. Otherwise, this toggle controls tap divisions.
  • Depth: This controls the range of the phaser. Crank it clockwise for a very wide frequency spectrum.
  • Form: This controls the center point of the modulation. Crank it to counterclockwise, the wave is going to ramp up quickly and ramp down gradually.
  • Left Wave Shape Toggle: This controls the shape of the first half of the wave modulation.
  • Right Wave Shape Toggle: This controls the shape of the second half of the wave modulation.
  • Lower Toggle: This switch recalls presets. The right position recalls one preset, the left position recalls a different preset. The middle position will always reflect wherever the knob positions, toggle positions, and dip switch positions are currently set.
  • Dip Switches: Volume, mix, rate, depth, form, bounce, stages, MoToByp, tap control, tap division, and sweep.

The sonic experience of the womb, now in pedal form.

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.