Condor is an analog multi-effect that allows sophisticated control over a wide range of effects including EQ, overdrive, boost, tremolo and filter tones. The pedal has a powerful parametric mids control that ranges from 150Hz to 4kHz along with a three separate low pass filter or bass boost/cut modes. Along with expansive frequency controls, Condor has gain and volume knobs and a switchable overdrive circuit for sculpting your ideal guitar tone. Like all Chase Bliss Audio pedals, all of these settings can be stored in presets, ramped, or controlled via expression pedal. Every knob and switch is connected to a little digital brain while your guitar signal stays 100% analog and never gets digitally processed.

Product Specs

  • Condor Analog EQ/Pre/Filter
  • White/Black
  • 2017 - 2018
Pedal Format
  • Standard

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Reviews for the Chase Bliss Audio Condor Analog EQ/Pre/Filter
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  • Verified Purchase

    Amazing pedal!!

  • Such a surprisingly dynamic pedal

    Verified Purchase

    I absolutely love this pedal. I’ve had it for over a year now and am still continually blown away. It is an absolutely irreplaceable pedal on my board. The clean eq puts helps me get the exact sound I want and I never turn it off. The drive circuit is also phenomenal, since the amount of drive reac…

  • Suprisingly worth the money!

    This pedal just makes my pedalboard sound better. I use it after my comp drives and fuzzes and it just makes them all sound more fuller and fatter. I dont use extreme eqing but just subtle tweaking of the mids make all the difference in the world. I have the lowpass filter attached to an expression …

  • So nice.

    Verified Purchase

    This is a beautifully conceived and made object. It sounds great. It is a very interesting and original idea and, depending on your usage, can replace a lot of other pedals (boosts, wahs, EQs, envelope filters). And it is controllable with MIDI. So there's a lot to love.

  • Simply amazing in every way

    Verified Purchase

    Never have I been so wrong about pedal impressions when viewing demos on youtube or reverb. I was looking to get a tone-shaping pedal for my board and had a bunch of options--Pettyjohn, the new benson pre, Jackson Prism, etc. All of these preamps sounded amazing, but decided to go the swiss-army rou…