Latvian synth/effects designer Erica Synths is currently donating all income on a selection of products to humanitarian aid charities operating in Ukraine.
While stocks last, proceeds are being contributed from sales of the Snazzy FX pedal range which comprises the Tracer City, MINI-ARK and Wow and Flutter units.
Erica Synths' donations include manufacturing costs as well as profit.
Click here to browse the Snazzy FX range.
Snazzy FX Wow and Flutter
Inspired by the colorful Idiosyncrasies of vintage tape echo units, the Snazzy FX Wow and Flutter is a versatile delay device that adds character and individuality to your guitar signal, whether on stage or in the studio.
Snazzy FX Tracer City
The Snazzy FX Tracer City provides analog modulation and is akin to plugging your axe into a synthesizer. Like a synth, it is equipped with multi-mode filters, an oscillator, LFO options, and an envelope follower – all of which enable the experimental guitarist to yield some unique tones.
Snazzy FX MINI-ARK
The MINI-ARK is a monophonic tracking device. “A What?!” we hear you cry.
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Synth lovers may be further interested to learn Erica Synths’ Music for Peace fundraiser campaign also includes a range of modules, namely the Plasma Drive, Graphic VCO, Black Digital Noise, Black Dual EG/LFO, and Sequential Switch V2.
Visit the Erica Synths shop to browse.
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