Radio-like effects have been incredibly popular on vocals for quite some time now – I think it all started with Beck’s debut album O-Delay. Guitarists interested in a unique lo-fi filter effect that isn’t just a modded fuzz or scratchy vinyl emulator should check out the Penny Pedals Deluxe Lo-Fi ilter. The sound you get is more telephone-like, reminiscent of an old Bakelite AM radio. With a switch adding either a high or low resonant midrange tone (telephone to megaphone quality), the four knobs help you dial in the exact lo-fi sound you want, whether haunting or gritty.  

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See New & Used Listings for the Radio Deluxe at Reverb.com

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