HARMAN’s HardWire, a leading manufacturer of guitar pedals, is now shipping its SP-7 Stereo Phaser effects pedal. The SP-7 is a versatile effects pedal that offers seven phaser types based on popular new and vintage designs, including two-stage, four-stage, modern, boutique, 10-stage, envelope, and dynamic phaser pedals.
The new SP-7 features controls for speed, depth, modify, and phaser type, as well as an indicator LED and tap-tempo switch for setting the phaser’s effects modulation speed during a live performance.
The SP-7 also includes HardWire’s trademark extreme-performance features like true bypass and high-voltage power supply rails. It also offers true stereo inputs and outputs, allowing for stereo or mono connectivity and dramatic spatial phasing effects.
“With the introduction of the SP-7 we are continuing to expand the HardWire line of pedals to provide guitarists with the most comprehensive set of effects available anywhere. The SP-7 Stereo Phaser offers the ultimate combination of new and vintage phaser effects at an attractive price,”? stated Rob Urry, Vice President and General Manager, Harman Signal Processing.
Each HardWire pedal also features an assortment of tour-worthy accessories, including the green gaffer’s tape common to pro pedal boards, Stomplockâ„¢ knob guards to maintain pedal settings and a hook and loop pad to securely fasten the pedal to a pedalboard.
The SP-7 is currently available at an MSRP of $189.95.
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