In case you’re not fully in the picture, Hungry Robot best describes the Wardenclyffe as follows :
"Depending on knob positions, it can be used subtly as a vibrato, chorus, or pad reverb, or by cranking the filter, depth, and wet knobs you can get into extremely nauseating lo-fi territory."
You can see from its controls what the pedal essentially does :
The New V2 Mini has all the same controls as the original - just smaller - the LFO/Glitch label is replaced by some squiggly lines/ symbol!
For the Deluxe Edition there are a number of additions to the format as indicated in the above visual :
The Deluxe is obviously the ultimate format of Lo-Fi Ambient modulator - buy I feel I am more likely to own the new V2 Mini / Compact version! These are officially on the catalogue next year - February I beliveve, while the Deluxe and V2 has a smaller pre-order patch at $297 and $197 respectively - and there are still some V2 Mini’s to be had!
There’s a few really decent Lo-Fi Modulators out there, but the Deluxe has to be the lead candidate for the category - while it’s just a little too large for my preferences - hopefully they can re-shape some of that into the V1 format of enclosure and I could probably just about accommodate that. For now though - the V2 Mini is looking like the right one for me - and it goes in on next year’s wishlist / acquisition list!
There are alas no new demos yet - so we will have to do with the Scott ’Knobs’ Harper classic take :