ThorpyFX has pulled the curtains back on their latest pedal offering – the Camoflange. This new flanger is the result of a joint project between the ThorpyFX team and frequent collaborator, Dan Coggins.
The Camoflange is a fully analog design that is geared towards versatility and ease-of-use. The Camoflange sports a six-knob design, featuring controls for depth, rate, blend, treble, harmonics and Manual. Tweaking with the depth and rate controls changes the intensity and frequency of the modulation, while the blend knob allows the user to tailor the precise amount of signal modulation.
Experimenting with the remaining three knobs allows the user to shape the effect even further. For example, turning the harmonics control fully counter-clockwise elicits repetitive odd-order harmonics. The Manual control can be used to manipulate the amount of ‘space’ within the modulation. And finally, turning the treble knob clockwise adds a little top-end for a shimmery effect.
Another interesting feature on the Camoflange is the inclusion of wet and dry outputs, which stereo pedal fans will be able to appreciate.
The Camoflange comes in a laser-cut and etched stainless steel enclosure along with a green powder coat base. Recessed knobs, a sloped front and top-mounted jacks provide robustness in design, while features like the integrated protection circuitry and premium quality 3PDT footswitches ensure roadworthiness.
The ThorpyFX Camoflange retails at £249.99 and will begin shipping in December 2019.
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