Godlyke announces release of TWA GD-02 Great Divide® Analog Synth Octaver

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  1. TalkBass

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    Godlyke is proud to announce the release of the TWA GD-02 Great Divide® Analog Synth Octaver effect pedal.

    Over three years in development, the Great Divide® combines classic analog octave division with proprietary Synth technology to create an extremely powerful tool for musical expression.
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    The Great Divide® features five independent voices that can be continuously blended for a limitless array of sounds, from classic “stompbox” octave division to multi-layered, supersonic Synth mayhem!
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    The Great Divide® features TWA’s proprietary S3™ “Shortest Send Switching” - a form of relay-based True Bypass that provides the most transparent bypass sound available and automatically reverts to bypass if power is lost.

    Other key features of the Great Divide® include:

    Dry voice with Level Fader
    -1 Octave Down voice with Level Fader & LPF controls
    +1 Octave Voice with Level Fader & LPF controls
    +1 Octave Envelope Mode
    SUB voice with Level Fader – selectable between -1, -1.5, -2 or -2.6 intervals
    SYN voice with Level Fader – Selectable between 0, -1, -1.5, -2 or -2.6 intervals
    Four selectable waveforms for SYN voice
    TRS Effects Loop to patch in external effects
    12 Internal controls to adjust various voice parameters
    Proprietary S3™ “Shortest Send Switching” relay true bypass switching
    External 9 VDC power required (no battery option)
    “Division Symbol” status LED array
    Made in USA
    Direct Price $399

    For more info on TWA products, including video demos of the GD-02 Great Divide®, please visit our website www.godlyke.com, e-mail us at info@godlyke.com or call us toll-free at 866-246-3595 (international dial 973-777-7477).
     

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