Demeter Compulator compressor

Discussion in 'For Sale: Strings and Accessories' started by Biker4Him, Sep 10, 2005.

  1. Just what it says. A Demeter Compulator compressor.

    $130 shipped in the US. Paypal included.

    The sound of classic studio optical compression of the 60's and 70's at your feet! The first compressor pedal not to suck the life out of your tone.

    Operation is fairly straightforward. There are two inputs on the front side of the unit: a 1/4" input jack on the right and a 1/4" output jack on the left with a battery-ground switch on the input jack.

    There are two controls on the unit: Compress and Volume, plus a foot switch to bypass the effect, and an LED to indicate effect operation. On the side there is a trim pot to set the overall gain of the unit.

    Compress affects the amount of Gain reduction (compression) of the input signal. Turning this clock wise will give you up to 30dB of gain reduction (depending on input gain). Please note that the Compulators max gain is 26dB (see Trim Pot) so in some circumstances if your instrument is very hot you could achieve less than unity gain if you turn up the compress knob too much.

    Volume increases and decreases the output volume of the Compulator. Use this for level matching between the effected and unaffected signal.

    Trim Pot sets the gain of the compressor's pre-amplifier. If distortion occurs turn this down until the signal is clean. The unit is set at the factory at 20dB of gain which is perfect for most instruments. If you have weaker pickups or want to push the envelope turn it up to its max gain 26dB.
  2. Rvl


    Dec 23, 2003
    Aomori Japan
    I'll take it


    Robert VanLane
  3. incubus2432


    Mar 21, 2002
    Grafton, Ohio
    If it is not sold drop me an email and I'll paypal ya'

  4. Bassist30


    Mar 19, 2004
    If nobody had responded im interested.........