EarthQuaker Devices Pyramids Stereo Flanging Device
[Guild Note: No one can present EarthQuaker Devices better than the EQD Marketing Team themselves. What follows derives straight from either the manufacturer's website, or the product's instruction manual.]
You hold in your hands the instruction manual for the EarthQuaker Devices Pyramids Flanger. Well, a reproduction, actually. The original dates to 138 BC and lives behind layers of bulletproof glass in the Ark of the Covenant Jamie Stillman keeps in his basement. Pyramids is built upon the same proprietary DSP architecture as the Avalanche Run, only this time it’s way flangier. Pyramids is a stereo flanging Device with five presets, eight flanger modes, tap tempo, tap subdivision via the Rate & Tap mini-toggle, a multifunction Modify control, positive and negative Feedback, and a variable Mix control, which is something you don’t see on a flanger every day. Pyramids has six knobs, three switches, two footswitches, and five jacks. The knobs are Manual, Rate, Width, Mix, Feedback, and Modify. We’re going to tell you what they do more than once, because while they generally affect similar parameters, they react differently in each mode, so please pay attention. There will be a test.