Old Blood Noise Endeavors Dark Light

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Old Blood Noise Endeavors Dark Light is a dual reverb featuring on the one side a Dark Star Pad Reverb and the other a Sunlight Dynamic Reverb. With all the routing options you could want, including separate stereo, parallel mono, and series mono.

This pedal takes Dark Star’s dark pitch shifted, delayed, and bit crushed reverb voices and Sunlight’s bright modulated, comb filtered, and bandpassed reverb voices and combines them into one massive sound to take your time and drift away in. Each pedal maintains its core sound and control set, then expands from there.

The pedal has Wet and Dry volumes for each side (replacing the previous Mix control). There is also a Spread knob to set the stereo spread, allowing Dark Star and Sunlight to blend into each other’s outputs. An Exp jack is added to control any combination of Ctrl 1, Ctrl 2, Decay, Decay, Rate, Depth, or Input with an external expression controller

The pedal has Soft-touch Bypass footswitches for true bypass and minimal switch noise and requires 9V DC center negative 2.1mm jack power supply capable of 150mA (not included).

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Description

  • Effect: Dual Reverb
  • Design: Digital
  • Mono/Stereo: 2 x Stereo/Mono In, 2 x Stereo/Mono Out, Exp
  • Knobs: Ctrl 1, Ctrl 2, Decay (2x), Rate, Depth, Wet (2x), Dry (2x), Spread, Input
  • Switches: Hold, Pitch/Delay/Crush, Tape/Comb/Pass
  • Power Supply: 9V DC, center negative
  • Power Consumption: 150 mA
  • Works on batteries: No
  • Format: Medium
  • Made in: USA

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Weight 0,5 kg
Dimensions 11,6 × 9,2 × 5,4 cm
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