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Wampler Terraform

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Wampler Terraform

$299.97

Wampler Terraform Modulation / Multi-Effects Pedal

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**This is currently a Pre-Order Pedal;  Will Ship On 11-22-2019**

When Wampler decides to jump into the multiFX market, they do it in style. 11 custom designed effects blocks, from Flanger to Phaser, Chorus to U-Vibe, Harmonic Tremolo to Envelope Filter, you know everything about it is going to be perfect. In one incredibly small package, you can control any of the 8 presets via midi, you can assign an expression pedal to control ANY of the main five controls, you can run it in full glorious stereo or keep it in mono... you can even split that mono signal to route some effects to go before your drive pedals, or amp gain, and have the rest follow behind or in your effects loop! When you put the Terraform into your rig, you know that not only will you get that legendary Wampler tone, but you will get the most easy to use, hugely versatile and best sounding collection of modulations you could ever want!

THE EFFECTS

DIMENSION

  • Rate: Controls the rate of the chorus: CCW is slow, CW is fast.
  • Depth: Controls the depth of the chorus: CCW is shallow, CW is deep.
  • Variable: Adjusts the amount of low-end present in the effect.
  • Blend: Mixes the dry with the wet: CCW is fully dry, CW is fully wet.
  • Volume: Overall volume of effect: CCW -6db, middle is 0db, CW +6db. 
INTERESTING STUFF: When just a single wave chorus isn’t enough for you, we add some more. This doesn’t make it more chorusy (did I just make a word up there?), it adds a lot of depth. If the chorus makes your tone wet, the Dimension has the option to completely soak it. Balance the BLEND control to find the point where it washes over the signal to the amount that makes you happy, or even the amount it makes you sea sick.

CHORUS

  • Rate: Controls the rate of the chorus: CCW is slow, CW is fast.
  • Depth: Controls the depth of the chorus: CCW is shallow, CW is deep.
  • Variable: Adjusts the amounts of low-end present in the effect.
  • Blend: Mixes the dry with the wet: CCW is fully dry, CW is fully wet.
  • Volume: Overall volume of effect: CCW -6db, middle is 0db, CW +6db.
INTERESTING STUFF: We all love it and I think at some point have used far too much of this effect. The TERRAFORM is voiced to give you the most control over your chorus as possible. If you love the old Japanese style, roll that bass end off (VARIABLE), if you love the vintage American style, roll it back in (VARIABLE). Balance the BLEND to ensure it doesn’t wash over too much, or totally wash over everything. Turn the BLEND up fully clockwise to achieve a cool vibrato effect (secret effect block right there, free of charge, you’re welcome!)

HARMONIC TREMOLO

  • Rate: Speed of tremolo effect: CCW is slow, CW is fast.
  • Depth: Depth of tremolo effect: CCW is shallow, CW is deep.
  • Variable: Adjusts the width of the tremolo effect: CW is much WIDER than CCW.
  • Blend: Controls the cut off frequency between the low and high filters.
  • Volume: Overall volume of effect: CCW -6db, middle is 0db, CW +6db
INTERESTING STUFF: This is the secret weapon of so many tremolo sounds, it’s wet, kinda like a Rotary but without all the rotation stuff. Perfect for bringing out the funk, quite the exclusive tone. Use the VARIABLE control to see how far you want to push the width and balance it with the BLEND, finding the sweet spot between those two is the key to achieving the perfect Harmonic Tremolo effect. The DEPTH control is your friend here, minimum is almost none, near maximum is full sine wave and when you have that depth control all the way round CW, you have a total choppy Squarewave.

TREMOLO

  • Rate: Speed of tremolo effect: CCW is slow, CW is fast.
  • Depth: Depth of tremolo effect: CCW is shallow, CW is deep.
  • Variable: Adjusts the width of the tremolo waveform: CW is much WIDER than CCW.
  • Blend: Adjusts the width of the stereo effect: CCW is mono, middle is 90° wide, CW is 180° wide
  • Volume: Overall volume of effect: CCW -6db, middle is 0db, CW +6db
INTERESTING STUFF: “It ain’t the blues if it ain’t got no Tremolo on it” (source unknown, I didn’t just make it up, I promise). Well, you know, it’s kinda true though ain’t it. To add that slight wobble right up to a total chop fest… The DEPTH control is very important, minimum is almost none, near maximum is full sine wave and when you have that depth control all the way round CW, you have that perfect choppy Square-wave Tremolo.

AUTO SWELL
  • Rate: Attack time of the swell: CCW is slow, CW is fast.
  • Depth: Depth of modulation: CCW no modulation, CW high modulation.
  • Variable: Volume (pick attack) sensitivity: CCW is quick, CW is slow.
  • Blend: Mixes the dry with the wet: CCW is fully dry, CW is fully wet.
  • Volume: Overall volume of effect: CCW -6db, middle is 0db, CW +6db
 
INTERESTING STUFF: This one is all about finding the balance with your attack time (RATE) and pick attack (BLEND) response. When you hit it right, you will be able to control the speed it comes in and make your playing dynamic, find the sweet spot on the pick attack (VARIABLE) to the point where you can bring in beautiful chord pads by playing softer, and have the notes arrive quicker when playing single notes.
 
 
ROTARY
  • Rate: Controls the maximum speed of the horn (higher frequencies): CCW is slow, CW is fast.
  • Depth: Controls the maximum speed of the woofer (lower frequencies): CCW is slow, CW is fast.
  • Variable: Horn and woofer acceleration, or ‘ramp speed’: CCW slow, CW fast. 
  • Blend: Balance between woofer and horn: CCW 100% woofer, CW 100% horn.
  • Volume: Overall volume of effect: CCW -6db, middle is 0db, CW +6db
  • TAP TEMPO: Activates ‘ramp’ (the time between fast and slow speeds, as controlled by the VARIABLE knob).
 
INTERESTING STUFF: The power of the ROTARY is in the ramp. Switching between the ‘resting state’ (which is lots of rotations a second) on slow and ‘BOOM’ (which is lots more rotations a second) on fast, is what makes it sound so awesome. Finding that ramp speed is key, once you have found it, you can make your chord changes pop as the rotary speeds up or slows down as you do move across the
song. With a little natural speaker compression and grit thrown in as well, you have that full ROTARY cabinet at your feet, but without the backache. 
 
U VIBE
  • Rate: Controls the speed of the effect: CCW is slow, CW is fast.
  • Depth: Filter depth: CCW is small range, CW is high
  • Variable: Waveshape: CCW maximises the higher part of the throb, maximum emphasises the lower
  • Blend: Mixes the dry with the wet: CCW is fully dry, CW is fully wet.
  • Volume: Overall volume of effect: CCW -6db, middle is 0db, CW +6db.
 
INTERESTING STUFF: Finally, a Wampler Vibe effect. We’ve made this as wet as possible, with the control over the thump that we all know and love. When you have the VARIABLE control set up towards the CW position, that classic Vibe thump is there. Perfect for running into a dirty signal. When it’s more CWW, the higher part of the wave is bought forward, making it a much cleaner and more subtle effect. Find your place. Turn up the Vibe and party like it’s 1967, baby.
 
 
PHASER
  • Rate: Controls the speed of the effect: CCW is slow, CW is fast.
  • Depth: Controls the depth of the filter. CCW is shallow, CW is much deeper
  • Variable: Controls the stereo width of the swoop. 
  • Blend: Mixes the dry with the wet: CCW is fully dry, CW is fully wet.
  • Volume: Overall volume of effect: CCW -6db, middle is 0db, CW +6db.
 
INTERESTING STUFF: The one to tweak here is the BLEND control. A lot of your favorite PHASER tones are NOT a straight 50/50 between dry and wet, or even a 100/0 balance, finding the right point on your BLEND control allows the PHASER to sit within your tone, now… it can sit right on top, in the background or just peeking out from behind the tone curtain to give you some movement.  
 
 
FLANGER
  • Rate: Controls the speed of the effect: CCW is slow, CW is fast.
  • Depth: Controls the depth of the effect (maximum is “through zero flanging”).
  • Variable: ‘Feedback’ level: CCW is no feedback, middle is some feedback, CW is high negative feedback.
  • Blend: Mixes the dry with the wet: CCW is fully dry, CW is fully wet.
  • Volume: Overall volume of effect: CCW -6db, middle is 0db, CW +6db.
 
INTERESTING STUFF: All the fun stuff here is in the VARIABLE, BLEND and DEPTH control. You’re gonna have to keep an eye on the blend control, as the natural place, you would think, is to put it straight up at noon. This MAY make it overbearing, so drop it down so it’s not dominating the sound. Don’t be surprised if you have it MUCH lower than you think, it’s perfectly natural. The VARIABLE controls the type of whoosh you get, and the DEPTH cam change the response in a heartbeat.
 
 
ENVELOPE FILTER
  • Rate: Controls the speed of the attack and release.
  • Depth: Adjusts the envelope sensitivity. CCW is much less sensitive than CW
  • Variable: The “Q” of the filter: CCW is not resonant, CW is resonant.
  • Blend: Mixes the dry with the wet: CCW is fully dry, CW is fully wet.
  • Volume: Overall volume of effect: CCW -6db, middle is 0db, CW +6db.
 
INTERESTING STUFF: Best to start with the RATE and VARIABLE at high noon and the blend maxed, this will give you a real good feel for the effect before you start tweaking. This is the point where you start moving the DEPTH control to darkness of the effect. Remember, the difference from the AUTOWAH is that the effect reacts to your pick attack!