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Death By Audio Exit Index Limited Edition

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Awesome unique tremolo fuzz pedal
Limited Edition, only 157 being made, grab one while you can!
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We're happy-go-lucky to announce the limited edition Exit Index pedal, here to celebrate the release of the Grooms record of the same name. Exit Index is an all-analog warped tremolo and dirty overdrive that responds to input levels dynamically. Tremolo is cool but usually safe. This pedal pushes tremolo somewhere strange. Violent, Leslie-like thump. Reverse delay-like sounds. Ambient, psychedelic swirls with minute variations in the tempo of the LFO. Hit it hard and hear the tremolo only in the decay. Play softer and let the whole sound get affected. Or turn up the "Blood" knob and let things get really strange and aggressive. Oh yeah, and 18 volts of headroom on this little weirdo, but it only needs 9.

Exit Index is limited to a run of 157 (the catalog number of the album Exit Index), released on Friday, October 20. It was designed by Travis Johnson from Grooms, one of the owners of Death by Audio. Here's what he says:

"I wanted to make a tremolo pedal to come out with the Exit Index because, almost randomly, there is a lot of tremolo used on it. I've barely used tremolo before but came across an old Fender Princeton amp with tremolo, given to me for free, and decided to record most of the guitars with it. The tremolo on it is noisy and interesting and I used it a lot but it made me think about how I hadn't heard anything all that interesting done in a trem pedal in a while. It's one of the oldest, simplest effects. So I decided to try and make something that involves tremolo but really pushes it in weird ways. I like weird, noisy, idiosyncratic effects, so I decided to use the noisiness of that Fender amp and give it more violence, almost like a Leslie, with lots of aggression and thump that can, but doesn't have to, mangle the signal. It can make really angelic, pretty sounds and alien, harsh ones too. I like running everything through it: guitar, synth, samples, drums, etc.

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Death By Audio Exit Index Limited Edition Fuzz Tremolo
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