Video: Old Blood Noise Endeavors Unveils the Dweller Phase Repeater at Summer NAMM

Joining the roster of exciting stompboxes making their debut in Nashville at the NAMM show this week is a brand new offering from Old Blood Noise Endeavors called the Dweller Phase Repeater. We had a chance to stop by the brand's booth to check the new pedal out a little and hear more about what it can do.

If you're asking yourself what exactly a "phase repeater" is, you're not alone. As Dan from OBNE explains in the video above, the Dweller Phase Repeater is like "like putting a delay inside of a phaser." He goes on to explain that phasers are made up of various stages, and what OBNE has done is add time-stretching to each one of those stages. The result is in a very special modulated phasing tone, which you can hear a taste of in the video above.

Be sure to check it out, and let us know what you think in the comments. For more news from the NAMM floor, click the orange banner below.

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