Polyphonic Octave-Down Fuzz Modulator.
If you’ve ever awoken in a cold sweat dreaming of synthesizers, we’ve got just the ticket: Lysis.
There’s always been something about synth players for which guitarists and bassists alike have yearned.
Though they’re essentially the same instrument, the onboard accoutrements are what makes all the difference.
Oscillators, filters, LFOs: these are the makings of true electronic synthesis, and these are all things stuffed into the Lysis.
Much more than a mere effect, Lysis is its own future forward entity: a cellular organism of the sonic variety bursting with possibilities.
All of the bells and whistles of synths!
For starters, the Lysis serves up a specially-designed wave-shaping fuzz circuit.
This helps the Lysis sound more like a square wave or sawtooth wave.
The polyphonic octave circuit takes everything you’ve cooked up and sends it to a rich two-voice octave-down synth that tracks one note or 88, all at once.
Serve Lysis your longest signal chain on a platter, and it will eat it for breakfast!
The Filter section is where things get interesting.
The Lysis gives you the option to blend the octave/fuzz section with the filtering.
You can enjoy punishing octave-down fuzz, rich, goopy filter sweeps or anything in between!
It also features a switchable high-pass and low-pass filter, along with the option to manually manipulate the filter’s cutoff or have it automatically modulate.
If you choose the manual path, an expression pedal jack gives you hands-free control of the Freq knob.
This can yield sound-bending filter-wah effects that can absorb the impact of the most well-equipped dirt section.
Should you choose modulation, the Freq knob controls the rate of the effect.
An expression pedal gives you foot control over the speed for some psychedelic guitar freakouts or smooth undulation.
A vibrato circuit finishes off the signal path of the Lysis.
When in fixed mode, Lysis kicks in the vibrato, but in modulated mode, a filter LFO is engaged and Mod controls the rate of that.
The two-position Warp switch works in tandem with the corresponding footswitch: either maxing or killing the Mod knob depending on the position.
SolidGoldFX Lysis Features:
• Polyphonic Octave-Down Fuzz Modulator.
• Expression pedal jack: Takes over the function of the Freq knob.
• True Bypass.
• Power: 9V DC.
• Current Draw: 60mA.
• Dimensions: 4.67" x 3.68" x 1.18".
|Power Supply Included:||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||3 years|
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