TOTALLY WYCKED AUDIO’s New “Dynamorph” Is An Absolute Shapeshifter of a Pedal


So, what exactly is a Dynamorph from Totally Wycked Audio? Based on the name you might think of some sort of modulation pedal, like a flanger on steroids or something. But, it’s actually a distortion pedal. And a fuzz. And a filter. Oh, and a synth as well. And, uh, it does loads more too, apparently. Allow the fine folks over at TWA to explain:

Featuring a distortion circuit where the amount and type of saturation is intricately and inextricably linked to the input signal level, Dynamorph™ creates multi-layered, highly complex waveforms that twist and morph your instrument’s harmonic structure in bizarre yet decidedly musical ways.

Alright, alright, I’m listening.

Add to this an envelope-detection circuit that allows control of distortion events via playing dynamics, and you have the extremely powerful tool for musical expression that is Dynamorph™.

Depending on control settings and playing technique, Dynamorph™ can create an almost unlimited variety of filthy, flittering filter effects that will add depth and dimension to your notes. Tight chirps, greasy gurgles, & long, yawning sweeps are all available by simply varying your picking attack.

Color me intrigued. If pushing harmonic and sonic boundaries is your jam, then the Dynamorph seems like a no-brainer addition to your pedalboard. To top things off, the TWA stuff is all hand-built so you can expect a quality product. For ordering info and full specs, head here or tap the photo below.

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Gear Gods intern Maxwell studied English at Cal Poly Pomona and has since realized life ain’t all about semicolons and syntax. He’s studying audio now, and will probably judge your music taste before your grammar.

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