Offering polyphonic pitch tracking without needing a special pickup, this versatile pedal lets guitarists enter the world of synthesis.
It's difficult to put the Meris Enzo pedal into a specific category, because it combines aspects of a guitar synth with those of an effects pedal. It's obviously intended primarily for use with guitars — and it offers both mono and polyphonic guitar-synth modes — but its filter, pitch‑shift and effects sections can also be brought to bear on other instruments, including drum machines. The stompbox-format housing sports just six knobs and two footswitches, but thanks to an Alt button that provides each control with a second function, the effects that it creates are very tweakable. Power comes from an included 9V PSU and, in addition to a mono input and stereo outputs, there's a further TRS...
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