I’m very excited for this give away. Today, I’m announcing our give away of the Korora Audio Spira. I talked about this pedal a while back. It’s one of the best sounding modulations I have ever played. This pedal is inspired about the Shepard Tone which gives you the feeling of never ending layering. I talked about the pedal and the Shepard Tone here – Korora Audio Spira. Here is the official description from Korora:
Inspired by the Shepard Tone first described by Roger Shepard in 1964, Spira uses a bank of resonant bandpass filters to create the illusion of a never-ending, layered, overlapping glissando. The glissando effect is produced using the resonance of the filters, and can be applied to any instrument.
Spira sounds as if it is continually and infinitely sweeping either up or down, creating musical tension and energy. Its texture and sweeping motion are perfect for psychedelic, drone, and ambient styles, and anywhere else you want to add movement to your sound.
Now before I get to the give away, I would like to send out a special â€œthank youâ€ to the crew at Korora. Be sure to follow them on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and check out their website!
This give away is open to international submissions. US winners will receive the pedal with free shipping, but if youâ€™re selected as the winner AND international, we are asking that you pay for shipping. The value of the Korora Spira is $249, so this is a great opportunity!
But.. that’s not all. I’m also going to give up a set of Rattlesnake Cable Company Flex Patches. This will be a 6 pack of 6″ Flex Patches (loaded with GLS Pancakes). Total retail value of this give away is $309!! This is a no brainer to get in on this give away!
Be sure to submit bonus entries after your entry to gain additional opportunities to increase your odds!
This give away will start today and run until October 31st, 2018 at 11:59PM MDT. Donâ€™t miss out on this one, and please help spread the word! We all love free gear, and making these give aways fun and successful for everyone!
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