We took the leash off of what started as an experimental delay engine and Superball is what happened.
An uber-flexible LFO, dedicated time sequencing, and resonant low-pass filter combine for the bounciest digital delay oscillations you can imagine.
Warning: We’re not getting this down off your roof if you get it stuck up there.
Superball is a little different from all of our other pedals. While it is basically a great-sounding digital delay, it also goes a lot further than that. The pedal features an ultra-flexible LFO (low frequency oscillator) that can control all of the delay parameters, in any amount, in any direction. The LFO can run continuously or be set to “bounce” like a real rubber ball. Top that off with an innovative sequencer that controls only the delay clock, for pitch shifting and time-stretching action, and you’ve got yourself a heck of a fun toy.
Tap the Select button to assign the pedal knobs to one of four control modes:
LO = controls the delay time, repeat, mix, and filter when the LFO is at its low point
HI = controls the delay parameters when the LFO is at max
LFO = knobs change the LFO speed, depth, wave shape, and tap sync or bounce
SEQ = knobs change the sequencer rate, pattern, steps, and tap sync.
Dual output (mix signal on tip, dry signal on ring)
Input Impedance: 1M ohms
Output Impedance: 560 ohms
DC 9V only, 100mA or greater
Requires isolated DC power supply
4.7” x 2.6” x 1.5” H x W x D not including knobs
Four presets, expandable to 16 with a MIDI controller
MultiJack enables expression pedal, foot switch, or MIDI input
Neo Morph allows controlling all knobs from expression or MIDI
Ramp footswitch triggers Neo Morph settings
Selectable dry signal source (analog with trails, analog, digital)