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Old Blood Noise Endeavors - MAW XLR PEDAL
Originally conceived as a simple effects pedal for vocalists, the MAW is a fully functional pedal for any application that involves a dynamic microphone.
Featuring a high-quality microphone preamp fed into three foot-switchable effect engines and an effects loop for integrating you own favourite external effects, MAW is both perfect as a versatile tool for studio tinkerers or it can be an all-in-one for creative vocalists looking to control their live sound.
MAW can saturate, reverberate, delay, flange and rotate your signal with the three on-board effects sections, plus you can integrate additional effects pedals with the send/return loop for a world of other creative uses. This is also perfect to patch in other pedals and effects that you may already have, which traditionally wouldn’t be able to be hooked up to a microphone directly.
Both a microphone audio workstation and a poetic tool, MAW likes an XLR signal but will take a 1/4” jack input too. Multiple outputs and expression control finish out this versatile toolkit.
Let its voice become yours.
Vocal Effects Pedal
XLR Microphone preamp for dynamic microphones
Microphone gain control with pad switch for hot signals
Tone knob - low pass filter for darker or brighter tone
Switchable saturation section, with blend and tone knobs to sculpt your tone
Two foot-switchable multi-effects engines:
First - two reverbs, short delay, phaser, lower and upper octaves
Second - two additional reverbs, long delay, flanger and rotary
Momentary or Latching Switching - for seamless effects changes on the fly
FX Loop - add your own effects pedals into its signal chain
Effects trails - allows natural Reverb and Delay decay
External Expression Control - for each effects section
1/4”/6.5mm instrument cable input
Wet - switchable between 1/4”/6.5mm or XLR
Post-saturation Dry - XLR
Powered by regular 9 V DC PSU (not included)
(9 V DC, centre -, 2.1 mm, ~210 mA current draw)
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