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Dwarfcraft Devices Memento Killswitch Pedal

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Dwarfcraft Devices Memento Killswitch Pedal

The kill switch is a pretty modern effect, but its roots couldn’t be simpler; a signal is routed through a switch, which when pressed, “kills” the signal. By itself, this effect is nothing special. But when used rhythmically, the result is the pinnacle of the square wave tremolo sound—there is sound, and then there isn’t. Guitarists like Buckethead and Oz Noy have used this to great effect and left guitarists around the world scratching their heads.

However, these switches are installed on the bodies of these players’ guitars, and using one’s foot for the same effect is somewhat impractical. How’s a guitarist supposed to keep the rhythm going for more than a couple bars?

Dwarfcraft has heard this question loud and clear, and has addressed it with the Memento, a rhythmic kill switch tool which takes the old kill switch and completely reinvigorates it. The result is a highly expressive tonal tool that redefines the kill switch concept. But how?

The logical step in kill switch evolution is giving the effect a memory. This allows users to use the Memento as a standard kill switch, sure, but this also gives players the ability to tap in a “kill pattern” and then recall it at will. Have you ever wanted to tap in your own jagged rhythmic chop at will? The Memento has your back. Did you want to perhaps double, or quadruple the speed of the pattern on the fly? Memento can do that too; just hit the kill switch while the pattern is going (re kill mode). That’s it! Two footswitches, no fuss.

Features:
• Hand-made in Wisconsin USA
• Soft-touch momentary footswitches
• Standard 9v center-negative operation?