An original design, the Mattoverse Warble Swell Echo MkII is an unusual take on the lo-fi, modulated echo by a manufacturer who has demonstrated a special and consistent interest in creative and quirky circuits.
It’s a vintage-voiced echo/delay with a dynamic foot-controllable Swell feature and gooey tape-like modulation. It provides echo/delay times that range from short clean slapbacks to long (up to 800ms) warm analog-esque repeats. The onset of the Swell effect can also be controlled through a separate knob.
A rotary Wave knob selects between 8 shapes for the modulation’s LFO. This section can deliver anything from subtle tape-like flutters to seasick warbles to random madness.
MkII delivers the same goodness features in the original, in a smaller, compact enclosure, with the added bonus of the 8 modulation waves, not available in MkI.
We added the Mattoverse Warble Swell Echo MkII to our article about the best creative delay pedals.
Here are the videos of V1:
The brand new Warble Swell Echo from Mattoverse Electronics is an analog voiced digital echo/delay with a dynamic foot-controllable Swell feature and gooey tape like modulation. Providing echo/delay times that range from short clean slapbacks to 800ms of warm analog-esque repeats and modulation that goes from subtle tape like flutters to seasick warbles, the Warble Swell Echo is sure to inspire.
- Foot-controllable swell feature with swell rate control
- Push-button modulation
- Warm analog voicing
- Compact enclosure with pedalboard friendly top-mounted jacks
Learn more about this pedal in the manufacturer’s video below.