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4108 Black Tail Drive
Columbia, MO 65202


Analog Madam


Analog Madam

249.00 299.00

Analog Madam:

There’s really no other pedal like the late ‘70s analog flanger made famous by David Gilmour of Pink Floyd and Andy Summers of the Police. Its liquid modulation, variable sweep range, and wide variety of speeds allowed for everything from a subtle chorus-like effect to deep jet plane flange, and everything in between.

The problem with the originals was they were noisy, huge, typically ran on 18 volts or an attached power cord, and most importantly, a 10% volume drop when engaged.

The Analog Madam features standard 9v operation, low noise, a reasonably small enclosure, and unity gain when engaged! It has the sweet sparkly top end the originals were known for, and the wide range of modulation of the Deluxe models. Since the original bucket brigade chips are no longer made, we adapted the circuit to a modern production chip.

It’s superb for nailing those classic tones you love that are so hard to achieve!

It has Speed, Sweep, and Depth controls, a switch to change from Flanger to Filter Matrix (a mode that disables the LFO and allows the Sweep control to center the modulation around one frequency) , a pulsing rate LED, and true bypass.

Handmade for you in Columbia, MO!

The Analog Madam is our Pedal of the Month for April, and we will be taking pre-orders throughout the month.

Once the month is over, we will build the pedals in the following weeks and ship them, and the price will return to $299 for the rest of the year, so order now!

  • Speed, Sweep, and Depth controls

  • Standard 9v power input

  • Capable of subtle chorus to very deep jet plane flange

  • All analog circuitry

  • True bypass (no tone loss)

  • Super bright LEDs

  • High quality components throughout

  • Built to last a lifetime

  • Handmade in Columbia, MO, one at a time.