in the age of digital recording people often reminisce about the golden days of analog tape and the warmth of those spinning tape reels. many people have spent a lot of money trying to re-create those classic
tape like qualities in pieces of hardware.
dan snazelle of snazzy fx missed something else about tape - the sound that would come out of the stereo on those days when the tape got stuck in the machine, dying a slow and melodic death. he also missed the
magic of playing a favorite recording through an old cassette boom-box that had so much warble it was hard to tell what song he was listening to. so dan decided to design a device that, when pushed to its
limits, would sound like the tape was spinning out of control. but he also wanted to make sure the box could take that sound and make it more musical, and, at times, more subtle too.
the wow and flutter can bring you into this warbly world and far, far, beyond.
you might be thinking, what am i going to do with a busted tape machine? well, that's where things really get interesting - because this box can be used in many, many ways. depending how hard you hit the
threshold and warp controls, you can dial the malfunction back to where it creates subtle vibrato, or with shorter delays you can achieve pleasing chorus or pseudo flange-like effects. turn the warp up a bit
more and you can get far-out pitch shifting, rubber band delays, and plastic portamentos. turn the warp up to max and what you'll hear is just plain insanity.
the wow and flutter is an incredibly versatile device. it is certain to add an extremely unique texture to your playing or your productions. run stems or mixes through it to add an out-of-this-world quality.
thicken up synth parts in an instant or use it on vocals to add mystery. with your guitar you will be amazed at how many different colors can be achieved with just this one box.
and like all snazzy fx products, it features true bypass and a seriously heavy duty box with snazzy graphics that will not only stand the test of time, but will turn heads wherever you take them.