FIRST EDITION INFINITE GRANITE PEDAL
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LIMITED EDITION INFINITE GRANITE PEDAL
The Infinite Granite pedal is the product of a collaboration between Alexander Pedals and Deafheaven. Alexander Pedals was tapped to capture some of the audio magic present on the new Deafheaven album Infinite Granite, and responded with the ambient powerhouse you now hold in your hands. At its heart, the Infinite Granite pedal is a combination of '80s style digital reverb and delay effects - but filtered through the modern sensibilities of Deafheaven.
Reverb — Adjusts the mix and decay of the reverb engine. Turn this knob while holding the bypass footswitch to change the delay signal mix. The pedal remembers your delay mix setting when powered off.
Delay — Controls the delay time for the delay engine.
Mix — Controls the blend between fully dry (clean) and fully wet (reverb + delay only) sound. 12 o’clock is an equal mix of clean and reverb + delay.
Repeat — Controls the feedback and repeats of the delay engine. Rotate counter-clockwise for dark, filtered repeats. Rotate clockwise for bright repeats.
Wash — Combines an 800ms delay with our slow-building reverb engine. Holding the footswitch initiates reverb sustain.
Gleam — Adds an upper octave partial to the reverb effect, holding the footswitch swells in a pronounced shimmer. Maximum delay time in this mode is approximately 640ms.
Echo — Slow-build reverb plus delay, holding the footswitch reduces the reverb slightly and forces the delay into oscillation. Warning - extremely loud oscillation and / or total collapse of your signal may occur!
The Infinite Granite pedal has a unique feature - the bypass footswitch integrates with the reverb and delay engines. Hold the footswitch to shift the reverb or delay engine into a feedback mode. In Wash and Gleam modes, the Hold function increases the Reverb time and mix to an infinite setting. In Echo mode, the Hold function increases the Delay feedback to maximum levels.
The Hold function has two options: Infinite allows new notes to be added to the held signal. Freeze routes the dry signal around the held notes so that you can play over the frozen notes without changing their harmonic content. To switch between the two modes, hold the bypass switch while powering on. The LED will blink once for Freeze or five times for Infinite. The pedal remembers the last setting.
The pedal features a buffered bypass with "trails," so that the reverb and delay will continue to repeat when the pedal is bypassed. The pedal features an analog dry signal path. If Infinite mode is selected, you can engage the pedal and the Hold function by holding the footswitch even while in bypass. Release the footswitch to return to bypass mode.
The Infinite Granite pedal allows the player to separate the wet and dry signals at the output jack. Insert a standard mono patch cable into the jack to use as a traditional guitar pedal - the output will contain both wet and dry signals as determined by the Mix knob. If a stereo / TRS cable is connected, the pedal will place a buffered dry signal on the "ring" of the jack and a mix of wet and dry on the "tip." Set the Mix control fully clockwise to have complete wet / dry separation. The dry signal is sent to both outputs when bypassed.
The Infinite Granite pedal requires a 9 V DC power supply with a 2.1 mm pin, center negative. The pedal is not designed to be powered on supplies higher than 9V and does not use a battery. We recommend the use of an isolated power supply. The pedal requires approximately 60 mA.