Flexibles Pedal, das als Fuzz, Distortion oder Overdrive genutzt werden kann. Kommt in einer wirklich witzigen Verpackung! True Bypass.
Analog Alien Alien Twister
The Alien Twister has landed! All new from Analog Alien effects, the
Alien Twister is a monster of a fuzz generator that can go from heavy,
defined distortion to vintage overdrive to thick, wooly vintage fuzz.
The In control adjusts the amount of input signal gets fed to the fuzz
circuit, crank it for more fuzz. The Stab control adjusts the amount
of bias voltage is fed to the final transistor stage. The less
voltage, the more stabby and sputter the Alien Twister is, the more
voltage the more defined the fuzz with increased sustain. Be careful
with the Output control; it reaches unity gain at 10 o?clock so there
is plenty of extra volume on tap. The In and Stab controls work hand
in hand to give the user any distortion tone they may want, plus some.
In addition to these great features, the Twister also contains a
footswitchable buffer. This allows the pedal to push long cable runs
without signal loss as well as be used before a wah pedal without the
strange artifacts. The Analog Alien Alien Twister landed on our planet
in a branded wooden box!
Analog Alien Alien Twister Features:
True Bypass w/Switchable Buffer
Stab Control for Bias Voltage
Standard -9VDC or Battery Operation
The Alien Twister has touched down,
and according to preliminary reports it has all the makings of an F-5
Tornato! The Alien Twister is a Fuzz, Distortion, Overdrive pedal with a
built in buffer. The Twister comes in a cloth satchel and is packed in
it?s own branded wooden box and includes a bottle of Chips favorite Hot
Sauce. With an output that reaches unity gain at 10 O? Clock this pedal
has plenty of power to blow the doors off of all your favorite venues
The Input Control adjusts the level of
the signal that is sent to the input of AT and is a very handy feature
to have on a fuzz pedal. It not only makes the AT more versatile, but
when combined with the stab control, it offers you, the guitarist, a
greater spectrum of tonal possibilities.
The Output Control sets the amount of
output signal that is sent to your amp. Let me warn you that the AT has a
lot of output gain ? a lot! It reaches unity gain at 10 O?Clock!
The Stab Control adjusts the amount of
voltage that is sent to the final transistor stage of the Alien
Twister. Turning the Stab Control counter-clockwise to the left
decreases the voltage. The more this control is turned to the left, the
more the notes will tend to splatter and will have less definition.
Turning the Stab Control clockwise to the right increases the voltage
level. The result is a stronger sounding fuzz with lots of sustain and
greater note definition. The sensitivity of this control depends on how
strong your pickups are and how you set the input control on the AT. The
Stab Control works hand in glove with the input control. Both can be
adjusted to allow you to go from a thick vintage fuzz to a full rich
distortion, and finally to an expressive overdrive.
You may have read or heard about
placing a buffer in your signal chain, but what is a buffer? A buffer is
a simple preamp circuit that has a high input impedance and a low
output impedance. The buffer adds no gain to the signal, but by
converting the impedance from high to low, it gives the signal the
strength it needs to make its way through long cable runs, as well as
through the circuitry of the other pedals that you may have in your
signal chain. A well designed buffer, like the one in the Alien Twister,
will accomplish this without loss of tone or signal level.