Pigtronix Rototron Analog Rotary Speaker Simulator
Pigtronix Rototron is an all analog rotary speaker effect that combines frequency modulation phase shifting tremolo bucket brigade-based chorusing and a three-way crossover all meticulously voiced to achieve unsurpassed three-dimensional rotary realism in a compact easy to use pedal. Designed by Howard Davis and David Koltai the Pigtronix Rototron accurately recreates the complex acoustic phenomenon of the legendary dual rotor 122 and 147 cabinets as used by Peter Frampton Danny Gatton the Beatles and many more. The analog design approach used within the Rototron sounds warmer fatter and feels far more realistic than the digital rotary effects currently available from other companies. Line-level headroom and full stereo input and output options make the Rototron ideally suited to keyboardists as well as guitarists who use a stereo setup live or in studio. Independent Slow and Fast speed controls with adjustable ramp time allows musicians to achieve the mesmerizing sound of speeding up and slowing down an actual rotary cabinet. A remotely switchable Brake option completes the authentic experience to provide rotary bliss on stage without the back breaking hassle. Separate expression pedal jacks for the low and high rotors enable some entirely new variations on the classic rotary sound. Internally switchable input summing and mid-range panning options round out this analog rotary simulator from Pigtronix.
Features: All Analog Circuitry Dual Rotor Simulation Dual Speed Settings Variable Ramp Time Brake via Remote Switch Full Stereo i/o Expression control of High and Low Rotors Circuit Design by Howard Davis Sound Design by David Koltai & Kevin Griffin