Charge Your Hot Hand Ring
This 5V DC power supply is intended for use with the Hot Hand™ wireless sensor ring and Hot Hand 3 receiver. It features universal AC input 110-240 VAC @ 50-60 Hz.
NOTE! Standard EU connector (US connecter on the photo)
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The Wireless Hand Motion Revolution
A 3-axis accelerometer translates motion into a dynamic and precise expression signal, which can be applied to a range of effect parameters, including filter sweeps, drive levels, modulation, and wet/dry mixes. The lightweight and wireless ring is capable of transmitting over 100 feet and fits comfortably on the hand, foot, or instrument headstock.
Filter, Phaser & Distortion. Or Combine for Mean Bass Synth Sounds.
The Soundblox 2 Manta Bass Filter is the next generation of the popular Soundblox Pro Bass Envelope Filter.
The Manta features 12 finely crafted filter effects plus eight variations of distortion, a feature not seen before in the Soundblox line of filter effects.
The Tri-Mod Phaser is an evolutionary outgrowth of the original Hot Hand®Phaser/Flanger system in a compact and accessible format. There are 11 phaser effect variations that can all be further modified using either a Hot Hand motion controller, LFO (Low Frequency Oscillator) or Envelope Follower.
For Your Inner Filter Freak
The Stingray Multi-Filter bravely forges a distinct new path in filter modulation. With its 12 filter effects, on-board overdrive, four modes of filter modulation, and full MIDI functionality (via the Soundblox Hub) the Stingray goes way beyond the common and tired approach of the other filter effects pedals.
22 Filters for Bass PROs
The Soundblox Pro Bass Envelope Filter is an evolution of its hugely popular predecessor, the standard Soundblox BEF. As before, there are 22 different envelope filter effects to choose from including 2 Pole and 4 Pole Low Pass variations, Single Peak, Triple Peak, Peak/Notch variations, as well as Phaser settings. Each of these settings can be further modified with a variety of control options including positive/negative filter sweeps, sweep range, attack and decay speed settings, or frequency range selection.