Overview

Mutating your signal into a vicious square wave fuzz and sending it through a universe of modulated oscillation and subharmonics, the Earthquaker Devices Data Corrupter transforms your guitar into a three-voice mono synth space monster.


    Master Oscillator: Up to three octaves above input with eight octave interval positions and two unison roots


    Subharmonic: Up to three octaves below input with eight octave interval positions and unison or oscillator root


    Frequency Modulator: Rate knobs and Glide/Vibrato switch (Can only be used w/ Master Oscillator or Master Oscillator and Subharmonic together


    Voice Mixer: Blends levels of Square Wave Generator, Oscillator, and Subharmonic


    Other Features: All-analog signal path, relay-based true bypass switching

Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • Data Corrupter Modulated Monophonic PLL Harmonizer
Finish
  • Black
Year
  • 2010s
Categories

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Reviews for the EarthQuaker Devices Data Corrupter Modulated Monophonic PLL Harmonizer
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  • Amazing Sounds!

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    It might take a while to get to know this pedal but it is worth it! So many combinations: fuzz, lasers, robot sounds etc. It's tweeker's dream. Take the trip...

  • Robots!

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    Yoshimi could punch this.

  • A wild beast of a pedal!

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    Great pedal. It is definitley not your run-of-the-mill stomp box. The square-wave fuzz section is good and raunchy and several useable tones are on tap overall, though you need to dig around a little bit to understand its capabilities. The portamento setting is really cool, and if you ever wante…

  • Yeah

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    The most needed guitar pedal for a robot war.

  • My least-favourite EQD pedal...resold it

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    There's so many ways to generate rubbish sounds, do you really need this pedal to do it? No, you don't. The best part of the pedal is the square wave fuzz but buying this as a fuzz alone kind of defeats the purpose. Anyway, it's way too gated so it just keeps crumbling down into abrupt silence, limi…