The Empress Effects Nebulus is a high quality chorus, flanger, and vibrato effects pedal withal its incredible features packed into a compact design. Each effects offers its own unique and beautiful tonal qualities that combine for an overall perfect pedal. Its chorus delivers a lush and warm tone, the flanger provides a classic sound, and the vibrato provides a standard effect with a rotating speaker effect. Each model includes a special switch for tweaking crucial settings. This versatile true bypass offers an uncompromising sound quality and ensures you are investing in a quality product.
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Thanks to the chorus mode, you are provided with a lush and warm sounding, fluid and dreamy, and uniquely tremolo ’ed chorus. When using this effect, you have three modes to choose from. These include basic, multi, and tremolo. With its basic mode, you are able to remove some of the low frequency throb that is often associated with chorus effects. With the multi-mode, your voicing is enhanced with a rich and thick multi-tap chorus sound. Finally, there is the tremolo, offering a blend of chorus and tremolo together. This unique effect offers a great impact to your performance.
The vibrato sub-mode features a single vibe, classic vibrato sound, and a rotating speaker effect. When using the single vibe, it can be compared to classic vibe sound with an added versatility. In this mode, you are provided with a full featured vibrato that will give you more warble than ever. For an added versatility, use the special switch to add compression to the vibrato sound for the ultimate effect. Finally, the rotary speaker effect gives you the doppler spin and amplitude modulation of a rotating speaker cab. The special switch pumps up the horn volume to give you a bit more of that driving whirl.
With the flanger setting, you are provided with a classic ‘60s tape, ‘70s negative feedback type, and a thru-zero flange. Thanks to the tape flange, your tone is provided with a smooth, wide, and deep sound. On top of that, you can use the special switch to bring up the regeneration. The ‘70s flanger inverts the phase of the feedback, allowing for a more aggressive sound. Finally, the thru-zero offers a delayed signal, one that passes right through the dry and goes back in time. Defy the laws of physics and give your instrument the perfect flange sound.