[This is a pre-order listing. Access credibility of sellers before making any payment. When in doubt, please email support. --Carousell Admin] ●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●● HOW TO ORDER: 1) Let me know which item/pedal you want. 2) Transfer/Meet-Up for payment. PAYMENT HAVE TO BE MADE FIRST BEFORE I CAN PROCEED WITH YOUR ORDER ⚠⚠⚠Please refer to my feedbacks & reviews. I do not have time to entertain people asking for cash on delivery or half downpayment.⚠⚠⚠ 💥💥PAYMENT TYPES💥💥 -POSB SAVINGS 198339644 -DBS Paylah! 96 58 31 64 -Cash BEFORE order @ 613 Elias Road Item will come 5-12days after payment has been made. 3) Faulty products will be exchanged 1 to 1 case by case basis ONLY within 1 week after collecting. 4) NO Warranty unless stated. 5) Buy MORE to save MORE 🛍💶💸 ●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●● Mooer has released the Mod Factory, which packs 11 effects into a micro-pedal design. With only one switch, four knobs and a chart explaining everything on the side of the pedal, it seems almost too easy. The effects are Chorus, Flanger, Phaser, Envelope Phaser, Tremolo, Stutter, Vibrato, Univibe, Auto-wah, Touch Wah and Envelope Ring. Besides Stutter and Envelope Ring, the names are self-explanatory. Stutter is a tremolo-style effect that reminds me of Tom Morello’s kill switch or when you rapidly toggle your pickup selector. Envelope Ring is a ring modulator. The Mod Factory uses a 32-bit DSP chip to create its sounds. Let's breakdown the four knobs: First there's the center white dial, which is used to choose from among the pedal's 11 effects. The three smaller knobs are Depth, CTRL 1 and CTRL 2. CTRL 1, depending on which effect is on, can operate Speed or Sensitivity. CTRL 2 acts as either a Tone or Level.
Pasir Ris Elias Road
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