Video: The Beetronics Zzombee Is a Wild "Filtremulator" Multi-Effect

Beetronics is back with a one-of-a-kind analog multi-effect called the Zzombee.

The pedal is absolutely packed with functionality which includes a filter, wah, LFO, randomized filter, tremolo, swells, overdrive, fuzz, low-octave, and cross tremolo. Cross tremolo is particularly unique to this pedal, and is a tremolo that pulses between the fundamental and low octave for extra sweet swells.

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When you plug your instrument into the Zzombee, it runs through a four-stage gain circuit running in parallel to a monophonic low octave. You can then apply filter affects to either of these signals without affecting the other.

With modulated filters capable of over 50,000 random musical patterns, as well as wah-like tones and LFO waves, it'll be hard to get bored with this one. The Zzombee also includes tap-tempo, CV control, external tap, expression out, and is capable of saving presets for quick recall of any tones that you want to use later.


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Be sure to check out Andy Martin's full demo above to hear it in action.

The Beetronics Zzombee is available now on Reverb in its standard colorway and in many, one-of-the-kind custom variants in The Beetronics Official Reverb Store.

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