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Electronic Audio Experiments Dagger

Founded in 2015 and hailing from Boston, Massachusetts, Electronic Audio Experiments are more than just a pedal manufacturer, they are “an exploration in sound and texture via electronics”. The Electronic Audio Experiments Dagger is a smaller and simplified version of their popular Longsword pedal. With a streamlined circuit and just the core gain stages and dual band shelving EQ, the Dagger is the perfect blend of simplicity and flexibility. Building on the foundation of the Longsword, the EQ section of the Dagger can be used to further overdrive the output stage for extra fuzzy tones. Whilst not a traditional use, this feature makes for some unique and cool sounding overdrive tones.

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DESCRIPTION

Founded in 2015 and hailing from Boston, Massachusetts, Electronic Audio Experiments are more than just a pedal manufacturer, they are “an exploration in sound and texture via electronics”. The Electronic Audio Experiments Dagger is a smaller and simplified version of their popular Longsword pedal. With a streamlined circuit and just the core gain stages and dual band shelving EQ, the Dagger is the perfect blend of simplicity and flexibility. Building on the foundation of the Longsword, the EQ section of the Dagger can be used to further overdrive the output stage for extra fuzzy tones. Whilst not a traditional use, this feature makes for some unique and cool sounding overdrive tones.

Controls

Volume: Output volume

Drive: Turn clockwise to increase the amount of overdrive

Low/High: James/Baxandall tone stack (shelving filters)

Shift (toggle): Adjusts the low frequency contour. Up produces a thicker sound, and down produces a tighter sound.

Specifications:

Bypass: Relay switching with true bypass

Input impedance @ 1 Khz: 500kΩ

Output impedance @ 1 Khz: <25K (passive volume control)

Power: 9-18V DC, 2.1 mm center negative barrel. The current draw is 50 mA.

We recommend a regulated, isolated power supply rated for 100 mA minimum. The PSU input is protected against reverse polarity. The Dagger can be operated at 18V for more headroom and clarity.

Controls: Volume: output volume

Drive: turn clockwise to increase the amount of overdrive

Low/High: James/Baxandall tone stack (shelving filters)

Shift (toggle): Adjusts the low frequency contour. Up produces a thicker sound, and down produces a tighter sound.