EarthQuaker Devices to Release Updates to Dunes, Ghost Echo, Sea Machine, Terminal, and Tone Job

EarthQuaker Devices to Release Updates to Dunes, Ghost Echo, Sea Machine, Terminal, and Tone Job

Akron, Ohio – Extra special effects pedal manufacturer EarthQuaker Devices will release updates of its popular Dunes, Ghost Echo, Sea Machine, Terminal, and Tone Job effects pedals on June 7, 2017.

All of the updated pedals feature soft-touch relay-based switching for truly silent and effortless operation with increased long-term durability. Additionally, the Ghost Echo and Sea Machine feature new artwork and circuit upgrades for better performance and lower noise.

The updated Dunes, Ghost Echo, Sea Machine, Terminal, and Tone Job effects pedals will be available at EarthQuaker Devices dealers worldwide on June 7, 2017.

The complete list of features is below:

Dunes v2

  • Mini Mega Ultimate Overdrive
  • Condensed version of the popular Palisades Mega Ultimate Overdrive
  • Highly tweakable, yet refined take of the classic 808-style circuit
  • Three clipping modes selectable via mini toggle: MOSFET (tight, crunchy overdrive), Silicon (classic 808 sound), No Diodes (clean boost thru gritty op-amp distortion)
  • Two Bandwidth settings: Stock (standard 808) and Full Range (extended low end)
  • Normal / Bright switching for full, warm tone (Normal), or a livelier tone with more chime (Bright)
  • True Bypass
  • Silent relay-based switching*
  • All-analog signal path
  • Lifetime Guarantee
  • MAP – $185 USD
  • Each Dunes is hand made one at a time in the tiny tree house community of Akron, Ohio, USA

Earthquaker Dunes

Ghost Echo v3

  • Vintage Voiced Reverb
  • Analog / Digital hybrid spring reverb emulation machine
  • “Attack” control adjusts 30ms-150ms of pre-delay
  • Upgraded op-amps for better performance and lower noise*
  • Stronger reverb signal with 2x the output*
  • Recalibrated “Dwell” control capable of self-oscillations when all the way up*
  • Accutronics Reverb Tank
  • New artwork*
  • True Bypass
  • Silent relay-based switching*
  • All-analog dry signal path
  • Lifetime guarantee
  • MAP – $175 USD
  • Built one at a time by a team of friendly ghosts in the never-ending hall of funhouse mirrors that is Akron, Ohio, USA

Earthquaker Ghost Echo

Sea Machine v3

  • Mega Chorus
  • Unique “Animate” and “Dimension” controls offer ultimate control over parameters rarely seen in a chorus
  • Variable waveshape LFO from triangle to square wave
  • Miniature LED displays LFO rate, even when bypassed
  • Designed to work well following fuzz, distortion or overdrive without getting muddy, reducing volume or breaking up
  • More range added to almost every control from subtle modulation to extreme oscillation*
  • Improved circuitry for better performance and lower noise*
  • New artwork*
  • True bypass
  • Silent relay-based switching*
  • All-analog dry signal path
  • Lifetime guarantee
  • MAP – $195 USD
  • Made by human hands with the highest quality parts in shimmering Akron, Ohio, USA

Earthquaker Sea Machine

Terminal v2

  • Destructive Fuzz Device
  • Unique buzzy fuzz sound inspired by vintage and rare JAX Fuzz
  • Wide variety of sounds from separated, spitty garage rock tones, to thick searing grind
  • “Voice” control adjusts midrange focus and overall frequency response
  • “Treble” control adjusts the Terminal’s biting top end
  • True bypass
  • Silent relay-based switching*
  • All-analog signal path
  • Lifetime guarantee
  • MAP – $165 USD
  • Built one-at-a-time by a team of basketball champions in rubbery Akron, Ohio, USA

Earthquaker Terminal

Tone Job v2

  • EQ & Boost
  • Circuit design based on 70s audiophile stereo preamps for maximum frequency response
  • Active “Treble,” “Mid,” and “Bass” controls offer 20dB of cut or boost
  • Interactive EQ controls: “Treble” and “Bass” respond to “Mid” position
  • “Level” control can boost signals up to 5x the original input
  • True bypass
  • Silent relay-based switching*
  • All-analog signal path
  • Lifetime guarantee
  • MAP – $155 USD
  • Built one-at-a-time by a bunch of standing waves and a few bass traps in acoustically challenged Akron, Ohio, USA

Earthquaker Tone Job

* = upgrades

About EarthQuaker Devices

EarthQuaker Devices has been building guitar effect pedals entirely by hand in lovely Akron, Ohio since 2004.
Please visit http://earthquakerdevices.com/ for more information.

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