HT Modulation Overview
- 8 modulation effects
- Genuine valve design
- Operates at 300V HT
- Unique Saturation control
- Manual and Slow/Fast modes
- Unique switching operation
- Silent switching
- Power supply included
- High integrity buffered bypass
General Product Range HT Effects Pedals Model HT Modulation Technology Type Valve Valves Preamp Valves ECC83 / 12AX7 Poweramp Valves Electronics Wattage Inputs Controls Effect, Speed, Feedback, Saturation, Level, Input, Left (Mono) Output, Right Output Channels - Dimensions Weight 1.3KG Dimensions (Width x Height x Depth) 160 x 119 x 80 (mm)
Eight Modulation Effects
From gentle tremolo to roaring jet engine flange, the HT-MODULATION brings you all the musicality of classic vintage effects pedals. The effects include Flanger, Phaser 1, Phaser 2, Vintage Chorus 1, Vintage Chorus 2, Multi Chorus, Tremelo and Rotary. These combined with the Speed, Feedback and Saturation controls you really can get the modulation effect your after.
Operates at 300V HT
The HT pedal operates on a 300V DC anode supply voltage (High Tension voltage). This is the same used in traditional valve amplifier design and means the circuit has the headroom associated with a true valve design and will 'clean up' accordingly. The pedal will exhibit the compression and distortion characteristics associated with a true valve design.
Many hours of research showed us that only soft switching and a buffered bypass signal will give absolutely silent switching in high gain applications.
Unique Saturation Control
By adjusting the drive to the high voltage valve circuit in the effect side chain, Saturation affects the amount of valve compression and harmonics in the effect. As you turn the control clockwise the amount of saturation goes from clean right through to a mild crunchy valve sound.
Manual and Slow/Fast Modes
The HT-MODULATION features manual and short/long modes for maximum playing flexibility. The manual mode is a time control that sets the reverb decay length. The footswitch toggles between preset slow and fast speeds for live flexibility. The LED flashes in time with the speed.