I'm wrapping up NPD weekend and really have to say the Catlinbread Zero Point Flanger is pretty darn fun. It doesn't use the typical automatic flanging waveform like every other flanger I've tried so far. So it dispels with the all the knobs. It has two switches. The top one is a standard I/O switch. With it on and in front of a cranked dirty amp the effect is subtle. It remindes me of the slight warble or chorus_y sound you hear on the repeats of a modern style tape echo pedal. Actually sounds pretty cool, and I'm fairly certain I'm going to over use it lol.
Supposedly this effect is designed to sound like two tape decks running simultaneously. Below the I/O switch is a momentary contact switch. Pushing this switch is like to touching the flange on one of the tape decks and slowing it down. It's sort of like using a wah. The real magic of the pedal is the modulation when you step on the momentary switch and it ramps up, and when you release it and it ramps down.
Super fun to use!
Last Edit: Jan 27, 2019 19:27:37 GMT -7 by nicholas
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