Pyramids is a stereo flanging pedal that makes use of the same DSP configuration as EarthQuaker Device's legendary Avalanche Run pedal. Users can store up to 5 presets, access 8 flanger modes, and make use of a host of other ingenious features that are sure to make Pyramids a hit for years to come. Particularly noteable features include tap tempo integration, tap subdivision using Rate & Tap, positive and negative feedback, and variable mix control. If it's not obvious by now, Pyramids is one of the most formidable flanger pedals in existence.
True stereo operation
Based on same DSP architecture as Avalance Run
Five user-definable presets
Tap tempo and tap tempo subdivision!
Multifunction Modify control
Variable mix control
Positive and Negative feedback
8 flanger modes: Classic, Through-Zero, Barber Pole Up, Barber Pole Down, Trigger Up, Trigger Down, Step, Random
Expression control over Manual control
Side chain flanging for controlling effect via external source in Trigger Up/Down modes
Stereo inputs and outputs
Flexi-Switch technology allows for standard latching or momentary operation
Relaxing Digitakt Jam Through Earthquaker Pyramids Flanger
We played a slow beat on the Elektron Digitakt through the Earthquaker Devices Pyramids flanger and went through all of the different modes and many different settings on the Pyramids. The Pyramids has 8 modes including classic and through zero flanging, barber pole modes where the effect seems to go in one direction forever, and triggered modes where the input resets the barber pole. The last two modes are stepped with either a sequence or random steps. The Pyramids is stereo and has preset slots as well as an expression pedal input.