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Alexander Pedals Syntax Error Glitch Guitar Effects Pedal

$199.99

Manufacturer's Description

Alexander Pedals Syntax Error Glitch Guitar Effects Pedal

The Syntax Error takes your tones back to the dialup era, when video games were measured by their bits and telephones were wired to your wall.  Inside, the primitive sounds of microchips await. It's time to blow the dust out of your cartridges and plug in your controllers. Set your modem for 14,400 baud and let the games begin.The sonic scientists at Alexander Pedals have been working overtime to cram the most pedal into the smallest box, and we now present the Neo Series!  Each Neo Series pedal incorporates an advanced 32-bit microcontroller adding presets, expression, and MIDI capability.

The Neo Series pedals are small but mighty!  Imagine having a single pedal on your board that can access up to 4 separate preset tones with a touch of your toe.  Connect an expression pedal to "morph" between two distinct settings for each preset for dynamic real-time effects.  Or hook up a simple footswitch to trigger a timed "ramp" between those expression settings.  Expressive performance technology, right at your feet.

Expression Pedal:  Set the expression pedal to the heel down position, then adjust the knobs to your preferred setting.  Sweep the pedal to the toe position and set the knobs to a different setting.  Now the Syntax Error will allow you to seamlessly morph between the two settings!

Foot Switch:  Connect a momentary foot switch to the port with a standard patch cable.  Set the knobs like you want, then tap the foot switch and set them again.  Every time you tap the knob the Syntax Error will sweep between your two knob settings at the speed you set in the configuration mode.

MIDI:  The Neo Series pedals can connect to a compatible MIDI controller to control all of the pedal functions plus access 12 extra presets, for a total of 16.  The USB port may also be used as a MIDI interface to your computer or mobile device.

Features

  • Controls

  • Bypass Switching

  • Configuration

  • Power Supply