Donner Digital Octave Guitar Effect Pedal Harmonic Square 7 modes

SKU: EC966

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    Note: Please use a power adapter with a voltage of DC9V, an internal negative and external positive polarity and a current of 500mA or more to power your pedal. Failure to do so can cause serious situations where the product does not work or is damaged.
  • Power Supply:DC 9V(Negative in the center).
  • Toggle switch: Select between different modes.
  • WET Knob:Control the harmonic signal level.
  • DRY Knob:Control the dry signal level.
  • Modes Knob:For selecting the types of effects.
  • Input & Output Jack:1/4’’ mono audio jack.
  • LED Light:LED indicator shows the working state.
  • Full metal shell:Aluminum-alloy classic, stable and strong.
  • True Bypass:True bypass for zero tone coloration.
  • Good Octave Tone | Easy to Control | Classic Design
    This is a wonderful pedal. Digital circuit design, and variety of octave effect adds musical color to you tone. 7 different modes: ±2 semitones, ±3 semitones, ±4 semitones, ±5 semitones, ±7 semitones, ±12 semitones, ±24 semitones, LED indicator shows the working state
    There are two function knobs, namely WET and DRY. 3 way toggle switch select between different modes. 7-Mode octave effects you can choose. Control two function knobs and choose different model you want to made you own music tone. Enjoy your own fun and colorful life.
    As you can see, Harmonic Square have a novel design logo, classic mini size, convenient and durable. True bypass switch lets your instrument’s signal pass through a non-electronic bypass line when the effect is disengaged, feeding your amp with direct, unaltered signal from your instrument

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