Electro-Harmonix Intros Superego+ Synth Effect

Electro-Harmonix has introduced the Superego+, a new effects pedal that lets you create synth effects, sound layers, glissandos, infinite sustain and more.

Features:

  • Creates synth effects, sound layers, glissandos, infinite sustain and more
  • Four Freeze modes
  • Built-in effects section with 11 effect types
  • EXP input for effect parameter control
  • Live Effects mode where the dry signal is routed thru the built-in effects and the internal synth engine is disabled
  • EXT jack for a 3-button controller
  • Comes with an EHX 9.6DC-200mA AC Adaptor

The Superego+ is equipped with the following effects:

  • DETUNE: pitch detune, EXP pedal controls pitch
  • DELAY: warm, analog sounding delay, feedback is preset, EXP controls delay time up to 2 seconds
  • ECHO: pristine digital delay, feedback is preset, EXP pedal controls delay time up to 2 seconds
  • FLANGE: Electric Mistress style w/filter matrix, rate and feedback. EXP pedal controls rate
  • PHASE: Small Stone style phase shifting with rate and depth control. EXP controls rate
  • MOD: pitch-based vibrato or chorus. EXP controls rate
  • ROTARY: rotary speaker style sound. Depth controls tweeter/horn balance. EXP pedal controls rate
  • TREM 1: sine wave tremolo. EXP controls rate
  • TREM 2: square wave tremolo. EXP controls rate
  • PITCH: pitch shifting effect over a +/- one octave range. EXP controls whammy
  • FILTER: resonant low-pass filter. EXP pedal controls frequency

The pedal is equipped with Dry, Effect, Attack, Decay, Threshold, Layer and Gliss knobs, plus Rate and Depth knobs for the Effects Section. Four foot-switchable Freeze modes: Moment, Sustain, Auto and Latch, plus a Live Effects mode where the dry signal is routed thru the built-in effects and the internal synth engine is disabled, are included.

See the EHX site for more info.

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  1. USING EXTERNAL CLOCK TRIGGER WITH A ¼” TS CABLE
    You can also use a clock signal to trigger the Superego+ BYPASS function. Connect the clock signal to the TIP of the EXT Jack. Each negative-going clock signal present at the TIP connection is equivalent to pressing the BYPASS footswitch. The nominal amplitude for the clock signal is 0V to 5V. The Superego+ is triggered by the falling edge of the clock signal.

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