Maker: Mantic Effects
"As heard prominently on Jack White’s guitar solo in “Why Walk a Dog?”, this monophonic synth-fuzz has delighted and bewildered listeners since Jack began using it back in 2014. The Mantic Flex can provide an array of sounds from thick, phase sweeping squarewaves with pitch divebombs to brutal bitcrushed octaves and fluttery thereminesque squawks.
Let loose, get lost, and find yourself in the mind-twisting tonal soundscape of the Flex!"
box dimensions 5 1/2" x 4 1/2"
30mA current draw
Glitched out pitch-mod growls with cerebrum piercing sqwuelches, angry-duck-funk quack, and gargling stutters are all just at the surface of the Flex's sonic potential.
Notable users include Adrian Belew, Nick Reinhardt, Jack White, and Ikey Owens
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