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Although digital, The Wilderness V1.5 delay pedal has a decidedly analog voice. Its warm, tape-inspired modulations are sweet and comforting. Like the buffalo that aided the two lost children in the Blackfeet story that inspired the model name, this pedal will deliver you to a better place.
The Midnight phaser pays tribute to Trombley’s late father with a purple tepee, a traditional symbol of protection. With tap tempo and a rotary-themed ramp mode, it’s easy to find a sound to suit any sensibility. This analog, JFET-based pedal features handpicked transistors, and is one of the best vintage-voiced phasers that we’ve ever heard.
It’s easy to find a good overdrive, but the Kiaayo is a truly great one. Like the mythological bear that inspired the artwork, this pedal can get fierce, but the pre-gain low-pass filter ensures that it’s roar is always smooth and musical. Also, dynamic-asymmetric clipping gives it a natural, amp-like response. This box puts hair on your tone without compromising articulation or clarity.
The Ghost Ridge pedal lets your guitar bounce around a moonlit canyon. This supernatural reverb features room, hall, plate, and spring modes with modulation available for each one. Owing its name to a Blackfeet burial site, this stomp box is a small portal to the other side.
The Rising Sun Tremolo is the biggest thing on the horizon. By combining vintage analog tone with digital flexibility, Native Audio has produced a pedal as immersive as a Leslie speaker. Tap tempo with multiple subdivisions, ramp mode, and a highly responsive depth knob make it easy to adjust to any room or tune.