With its FET/LDR analog circuit that gives you the most warm and organic phaser, and the innovative ?-control technology, the Modulo Lunar lets you create waveforms and sounds of all kinds. From the classic rotary speaker, to the modulations in st...
Dedalo posts this article on their [official site](http://www.dedalofx.com.ar/pablomondello) saying "Paul Mondello is one of the most influential guitarists in Argentina. With his band Massacre were pioneers of rock skate in the country, and today enjoy wide public recognition. Paul owns a distinctive sound, which achieved with the combination of multiple pedals and effects, and constant research of new sounds."more
With its FET/LDR analog circuit that gives you the most warm and organic phaser, and the innovative ?-control technology, the Modulo Lunar lets you create waveforms and sounds of all kinds. From the classic rotary speaker, to the modulations in step, everything is possible with the Modulo Lunar.
For its last tremolos (TRS-4 and TRS-5) and phaser (this one!) Dedalo introduced a very practical "control" switch which works as tap tempo and/or to gradually accelerate to top-speed by holding (it also gradually returns to the previous speed when released). I think that the tap tempo is great for both units though I tend to take more advantage of it with the tremolo but then I use much more this momentary acceleration feature on the MOD-5 to achieve that expressive resource easily and seamlessly with no need to get my hands off the instrument nor make weird moves on rubber knobs nor bigger and/or more advanced boxes with expression pedal control (or units like the Keeley Electronics 6 Stage Phaser which have no momentary action, or the Tap-A-Phase which alternates between brake and acceleration for each pressing instance). This is a 100% analog circuit and while gives the mentioned and many more options out of the box there is a price to pay which is a relatively bigger footprint compared to options like the Phase 45 or Phase 90. To me it sounds better after gain stages (therefore I place it in my FX loop). As usual, there are the extra features that Dedalo tends to give which in this case is a knob for two more modes other than the classic one: we can choose step phaser (there is an additional knob for choosing the quantity between two to seven) and a "manual" mode that gives us the option to shift the phase by pressing the "control" switch, there's also a knob to tweak the LFO's symmetry for the classic mode.