ZVEX Vexter Instant Lo-Fi Junky Chorus
The Vexter Instant Lo-Fi Junky is a composite pedal of sorts. Any of you who've heard the sound of the Lo-Fi Loop Junky will understand this pedal immediately -- its purpose is to imitate that sound in real time. Joel Korte, the extraordinary engineer behind this device, was able to create a combination of THAT chip compression, Belling bucket-brigades, and ultra low-current. National Semiconductor op-amp filters to exquisitely copy the texture and feel of the original Lo-Fi into this extraordinary box, adding some outrageous sounds that have never been heard before.

- Volume: Overall output volume for the unit.
- Tone: Can be used to lower the brightness of the Lo-Fi signal (the vibrato sound). Does not affect the compressed signal.
- Comp/Lo-Fi: Adjusts anywhere between full compression and full vibrato mix. Blending the two (somewhere between the extremes) creates a chorusing sound.
- Speed: Adjusts the speed of the Vibrato (only affects the Lo-Fi sound).
- Depth: Sets the depth of the Vibrato (only affects the Lo-Fi sound).
- Waveform: Sets the waveform of the Vibrato's modulation. The traditional Lo-Fi Loop Junky simulation setting is triangle
- Pedal Dimensions (L x W x H): 4.70" x 2.38" x 1.82"
- Current Draw: Less than 20 mA
- Battery: 9 volt included
- Power Supply: 2.1mm barrel 9 volt negative tip, like Boss TM PSA adapter. Power supply not included.
- Warranty: 2 Year non transferable Warranty against manufacture defect.

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  • Vexter Series Instant Lo-Fi Junky Chorus/Vibrato

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