EarthQuaker Devices Reissues the Disaster Transport Delay with Artwork by Parra

EarthQuaker Devices has announced a reissue of their Disaster Transport delay pedal – long out of production – in a limited artist’s edition with graphics by Dutch painter and guitarist Pieter “Parra” Janssen.

Here’s what they have to say about it:

“The Disaster Transport analog-voiced digital delay sits perfectly in the background with an evolved ambiance; but can also be dialed in for the dramatic effect of your choosing. The Mod Mode switch allows you to “bend” or “stretch” the modulation wave. The Bend setting offers a subtle chorus vibe while the Stretch option gives you wild pitch-stretching modulation. The Mod Speed switch offers three rates of modulation, from bizarrely animated gradual climbs and steep drop offs to rapid chorus and intense vibrato.

With knobs to control the Speed, Intensity, Mix, Repeats, and Time; the highly customizable Disaster Transport will help you paint the delay sound of your dreams.”

Features:

  • Analog-voiced digital delay pedal
  • Highly customizable delay with controls for Speed, Intensity, Mix, Repeats, and Time
  • Mod Mode switch allows for bending or stretching of the modulation wave
  • Mod Speed switch controls the speed of modulation
  • True bypass
  • Features EarthQuaker Devices’ proprietary Flexi-Switch Technology
  • Lifetime warranty

Pricing and Availability:

Thee Disaster Transport by Parra is limited to 500 units. It is available now for $249 USD.

4 thoughts on “EarthQuaker Devices Reissues the Disaster Transport Delay with Artwork by Parra

  1. Cool pedal. I find myself wondering, though, how Synthtopia goes about choosing which pedal releases to cover and which ones not to.

    1. Most pedal manufacturers are very guitar-focused, and this affects features, effects types, connectivity, etc.

      We tend to cover releases from companies that include keyboard players/synthesists in their focus, because these are the effects most likely to be of interest to our readers.

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