First of all, we would like to say thank you to everyone who has supported us thus far this year. We are looking to use this as a forum to keep everyone up to date on what we have going on. Want to win a Microtron III? We are looking for a new t-shirt design. Enter our art contest and the best entry will win a Microtron III! You can see more details under art contest on our website. Currently, we have Octavider’s, Boostron’s, and a handful of sale scratch and dent Boostron’s available in our store. There is also some new merchandise including coffee mugs and tumblers.
We are working on a new batch of Microtron’s and are hoping to have those completed by the new year. In production our Phasor III is coming along nicely. These look like they should be completed in early January. Our new optical chip sounds amazing and we are very pleased with how the pedal sounds overall. The all analog Phasor III takes the legendary opts-circuitry of the vintage Phasor II and Bi-Phase pedals and packs them into a compact 9-volt enclosure akin to the Micro-Tron III and Octavider pedals. In addition to re-creating the creamy phase of the Phasor II, the Phasor III also offers a 4 stage mode with a fixed feedback to get the classic rock tones that work well with overdrive and distortion harmonics. Finally, there is a control voltage input that will allow for real-time control of Rate or Depth to give the musician utmost expression and “Leslie Speaker” type of sounds. The pedal also supports control voltage out so that 2 or more Phasor III pedals can be linked to offer Bi-Phase and Tri-Phase types of applications.
In other news we are ramping up for NAMM and hope to see many of you there at booth. Mike and Rand are both excited to be there and show you what we have been working on. The new Phasor III will be there for you to try. There are a lot of pedal ideas in the works and we are heading into next year with a lot on our plates. The new year will hold a lot of exciting things for us and we are glad to have you along for the ride.
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