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Earthquaker Devices Data Corrupter Modulated Monophonic Harmonizing PLL

$389.99 Regular price Haworth Savings $70.00 RRP $459.99
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Earthquaker Devices Data Corrupter Modulated Monophonic Harmonizing PLL

Dominate the soundscape with the EarthQuaker Devices Data Corrupter harmonizing pedal. Featuring a modulated monophonic PLL circuit, the Data Corrupter turns your electric guitar into a three-voice synth. The master oscillator creates harmonies up to three octaves above. A vivacious square wave delivers wild fuzz tone. And you can also generate subharmonic harmonies down to three octaves below. Blend the three voices to explore a whole world of analog synth tones with gloriously chaotic unpredictability. When it's time for your guitar to stop sounding like a guitar, switch on the all-analog EarthQuaker Devices Data Corrupter.

Features

  • Chaotic and unpredictable 3-voice synth/fuzz effects pedal for guitar and keyboard

  • Glide mode for synth-like portamento effects

  • Vibrato mode adds frequency modulation for added animation

  • Square-wave voice creates aggressive fuzz effects

  • Subharmonic generator can play one, two, or three octaves below your guitar's root note

  • Master Oscillator voice can play one, two, or three octaves above your guitar's root note

  • Dial in harmony effects with major thirds, fifths, minor sevenths, and more

  • Silent relay-based switching with True Bypass operation

  • All-analog signal path