SMD Circuit Construction for increased reliability and consistency.
Reduced effect noise floor.
Reduced bypass pop potential.
Improved sound clarity and openness.
Upgrade to Vimex pots, DC jack, and soft foot-switch.
Upgrade to Neutrik jacks.
Digital control over EVERY parameter
Every control is saved in presets
Internal micro-usb jack for customer updatable firmware
Expanded speed ramping functionality
Full MIDI control through TRS expression jack
Additional HARMONIC mode
Configuration of HARMONIC mode frequency cutoff filters with internal trimpots
The summit of tremolo performance is now attainable, and it's called the Red Mountain. One of the most versatile, feature-packed tremolo pedals ever produced, the Red Mountain packs all of the most popular tremolo features into a small, affordable package.
The Red Mountain is first and foremost a stereo tremolo pedal. From left to right, the upper controls are Speed, Depth, and Level. The speed and depth parameters can be controlled via an external expression pedal. There are five selectable tap-tempo divisions, and six different waveforms available. The sixth waveform option is called Stutter, and it turns the tap tempo footswitch into a momentary killswitch for your signal.
The Red Mountain contains one onboard, savable preset. Holding the bypass and tap-tempo footswitches simultaneously will save the active controls to the on-board preset. The middle (red) LED lights up to indicate whether the preset is active. Depending on the expression configuration, the preset can be activated by holding the bypass switch or through an external favorite switch.
Holding the tap-tempo footswitch will activate a ramp function, and the speed of the chorus will increase or decrease on each hold depending on the ramping mode selected. Adjusting the speed knob while holding the tap-tempo footswitch will change the speed of the ramp. Adjusting the toggle switch while holding the tap-tempo footswitch will change the ramping mode.
Finally, in stereo operation, flipping the phase inversion switch to the left will pan subsequent pulses to different amps for a back and forth ping-pong effect.
Leaving the phase inversion switch in the middle will cause each amp to pulse simultaneously as a standard tremolo.
With the phase inversion switch to the right, harmonic mode is engaged.