This Season, our Partner Gear 4 Music is providing our Artists with this Electro Harmonix Mod Rex Poly-Rhythmic Modulator. This Electric Guitars will be a great addition to your Musical Room. Underneath the Soundwave Art Canvas, there is a closet that is waiting for this Mod Rex Poly-Rhythmic Modulator.
Electro Harmonix Mod Rex Poly-Rhythmic Modulator in the Electric Guitars category
Four Power Modulation Sections The Mod Rex is split into four modulation sections letting you use each one individually or combined to create an incredible array of expressive soundscapes. You can also select which LFO and tempo subdivision each section has – perfect for completely customising your tone. The mod section gives you access to four different effects. You can switch from the vibratos modulated pitch effect to the rich resonant sweeps of a flange. You can select the lush warbling chorus to give your sound an exquisite doubling effect or pick to give your performance a modulated phase shifting phaser effect. Trem provides you with a classic tremolo effect while pan modulates the sound between the right and left speakers in stereo setups. If you use the pan section while in mono it acts like the tremolo section but inverts the wave shapes. The filter section is similar to the mod section offering three filter modes to create different effects. Another great feature if your using the Mod Rex in a stereo setup is the R INV buttons on the mod and filter sections. Engaging these will invert the LFO in the right channel letting you give your mono input a stereo effect. Set your own Tempo or Sync to your MIDI Controlled Rig To provide you with even more control over the pedals modulations you can set your own tempo to sync up with your other devices or experiment with to find new sounds. You can set the tempo with either the tempo knob tap footswitch or by connecting an external expression pedal. You can even sync the tempo with external devices via a MIDI clock or external pulse clock. If you set the tempo via the tap switch all the LFOs will automatically adjust to match your tapped in tempo. This is perfect if you like to tap away while playing but find your modulations going out of sync. If you already have a rig thats controlled via MIDI then simply connect the Mod Rex to your system via the MIDI output and youre away. You can even automate the EHX Pedals functions and changes via MIDI letting you focus on delivering a stunning performance. Features Up to four simultaneous modulation sections synced together in time MOD section offers choice of Vibrato Flanger Chorus or Phaser effect Standalone Tremolo Modulated Panning and Modulated Filter sections Nine tempo subdivision options for each modulation section Four LFO shape options for each modulation section 100 storable presets Tempo-Sync to an external device with MIDI Clock or an external pulse clock Full MIDI control of all parameters and recalling of presets Specifications General LFO Shapes: Rising Sawtooth Triangle Falling Sawtooth Square Modulation Types: Vibrato Flanger Chorus Phaser Filter Modes: Low Pass Filter (LPF) High Pass Filter (HPF) Band Pass Filter (BPF) Number of Presets: 100 Power Supply: 9.6VDC/200mA (Included) Controls Main: Volume Preset Select/Store Tempo Shape Select Button Tap Footswitch Bypass Footswitch Mod: Division Depth Feedback Type Button R INV Button Shape Button Trem: Division Depth Shape Button Pan: Division Depth Shape Button Filter: Division Depth Res Mode Button R INV Button Shape button Connectivity Inputs: 2 x 1/4 Jack Stereo (R/L-Mono) Outputs: 2 x 1/4 Jack Stereo (R/L-Mono) Additional Connections: 1 x 1/4 Expression Pedal 1 x 1/4 Foot controller
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