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This is the DarkGlass Hyper Luminal Hybrid Compressor Electric Guitar/Bass Effect Pedal.

The Hyper Luminal Compressor features the first hybrid design in a compressor pedal: an analog VCA controlled by a digital side-chain allowed us to capture and include the characters of some of the most legendary compressors in history while keeping the signal path completely analog.

Blend: Mixes the clean and effected signals. Unlike our distortions, it is placed before the Output control. So the Hyper Luminal can also be used as a transparent booster with this control at minimum.

Time: Sets the time constants (Attack and Release). You can use the Darkglass Suite to fine tune and custom map the time constants, you can also assign different behaviours for each Mode.

Ratio: Adjusts the amount of compression.

Mode: Selects the unit's Mode (BUS, FET, or SYM)

Output: Sets the overall output volume of the unit.

Compression: Sets the overall amount of compression. This control also affects the internal makeup gain.

This Darkglass pedal is in very good overall condition- typical small marks from normal use and some adhesive ghosting on the bottom from velcro.

Tested and works as it should.

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Listed2 months ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
Excellent items are almost entirely free from blemishes and other visual defects and have been played or used with the utmost care.learn more
  • Hyper Luminal Hybrid Compressor
  • Silver
  • 2022
Made In
  • Finland

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