Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by EpicEsquire, Jan 24, 2018.
That's cool, but cool doesn't mean it will sound good. Waiting for guinea pigs...
Com on bruh - it says "transparent"!
Now that's a gimmick I can get behind!! I'll need a rack mountable version!
So . . . it's a distortion pedal with a flashier clipping section?
So....it's a distortion pedal with a fluorescent light?
The sound didn't do much for me, but it's sure lovely. Nikola Tesla would be proud.
that's pretty cool. not sure i'd appreciate the sound as much if i thought it were a normal distortion though.
This reminds me of the JHS Bulb
Is it a flux capacitor to travel through the time?
I think I'll wait for the antimatter version to come out. I want nothing less than to annihilate my audience.
It is a little gimmicky but it sure does look cool.
A Bose-Einstein Condensate will only form a few degrees above absolute zero.
So I'm guessing it's dosen't work that way...
The Plus pedal sitting next to it looked way more useful to me.
Your audience better be on another planet...actually another solar system would be better
What multi-fx device will be the first to model it?
I'm holding out for a pedal with a Jacob's Ladder on top.
"The PLASMA PEDAL is a revolutionary approach within the realm of overdrive and distortion, as it is a new and previously unexplored method of achieving signal clipping. Instead of using LED circuits, transistors or vacuum tubes to produce overdrive, the PLASMA PEDAL transforms your instrument’s live signal into a series of continuous high-voltage discharges within a xenon-filled tube. In essence – you are playing a bolt of electricity, and the electrical discharges produced by your instrument are instantly converted back into an analog audio signal, producing a quick, responsive, and extremely heavy distortion with TONS of unique character!"
Say wut? Surely sounds a gimmick to me.