In the last couple of years Alexander Pedals has been churning out some truly exciting stompboxes. We were already rather stocked by their Quadrant delay, which was released only two weeks ago, but we are now utterly intrigued by their new pedal we just saw on Instagram: the Colour Theory Spectrum Sequencer.
Here’s a new demo of it by Mike Hermans.
Company owner Matthew came to demo it for us in person at our NAMM 2018 Stompbox Booth, here’s the first official demo of this stylish looking baby.
Discover more new devices in our comprehensive, interactive page of new pedals announced at NAMM 2018.
This is a device for texture lovers, that combines several effects through a step sequencer. With NAMM around the corner, and frantic preparations for our Pedal Demo Marathon on the way, we don’t have time to dig into all its the features right now, but you can find all the info here – and hopefully, we’ll have a video for you on Thursday!
Here’s a description coming directly from the manufacturer:
Each step in its sequence is a new pathway to adventure, each new colour is part of a palette of mystery. Every moment brings a new surprise, as the patterns cycle and interact.
The Colour Theory combines a versatile eight-step sequencer with a powerful effects processor, creating rhythmic combinations seldom heard outside of a rack of synths. It’s small but mighty, utilizing our Neo Series technology in a completely new way.