Native Audio Rising Sun Analog-Optical Temolo Pedal
- RISING SUN
- Does Not Apply
The Rising Sun is an analog-optical tremolo pedal that expands on the technology found in vintage amplifiers. By utilizing digital control, the Rising Sun offers five global waveforms to its two modes: tap and ramp. Tap mode offers tap tempo functionality with four available subdivisions. Ramp mode allows the user to set a slow and fast tremolo speed and accelerate between the two, emulating a classic rotary speaker cabinet.
Analog tremolo featuring optical control to provide vintage tremolo sounds.
Intuitive layout to deliver complete control of your tremolo.
Independent level, tone, depth, and mode parameters allowing for total customization of tremolo tones.
Tap mode with multiple sub-divisions to sync tremolo speed to the tempo of your environment.
Ramp mode allows you to alternate between two selectable tremolo speeds, opening more realms to explore tremolo.
Smart switching system to engage effect in either momentary or latching mode for expanded operational capability.
Top-mounted instrument and power jacks designed to save and reduce pedalboard space.
Buffered-bypass design that retains signal quality over any amount of cable length.
Power: 9V DC, 50mA (center negative)
Dimensions: 2.6''x4.77'' (W x L)
About the Artwork:
The Rising Sun is a tribute to my Blackfeet (Amsskaapipiikuni) heritage. The Blackfeet were nomadic, but their movement wasn’t aimless. They traveled with a purpose, knowing where food and resources were plentiful. The teepee (niitoy-yiss) served a shelter because of its ability to fit the nomadic lifestyle of the Blackfeet. When setting up camp, the Blackfeet pitched their teepee doors towards the eastern sky. Every morning, the Blackfeet would open their doors so that their prayers could travel to the Rising Sun, which would help the sun (Natosi) reach above the horizon for another day. The Rising Sun artwork looks towards the eastern sky as the sun rises over the horizon and a silhouette of a buffalo (iinnii) skull appears in the plains.
-Mike Trombley, Owner