What is the Telegraph Stutter?
The Telegraph Stutter is a killswitch that encompasses one of the most simple audio effects in the most unique looking package. When the key is in its traditional resting position (up), audio is passed through fully unaffected. When the key is pressed (down), the audio is fully cut and no sound will pass through. The POLARITY SWITCH allows you to reverse the orientation.
Rapidly tapping the key can result in a nice, fully manual tremolo effect. Having full manual control over the rate of the cut means the effect can achieve unique sounds. The tremolo does not have to be set at a predetermined rate, nor does the pattern have to be of the traditional type. Playing with morse code can yield fun, creative “patterns.” Also, being a hand controlled effect, there are more benefits than being foot controlled. A tremolo rate can be tapped while manually ramping the speed up or down.
When standing in front of your amp, you can get some fun feedback and chop that up with the Telegraph. It sounds even better with your favourite fuzz or OD! The straight key has two adjustments on it. One is to adjust the tension of the spring that pushes against the key to bring it back to resting position. The other is to adjust the height between the contact points that cut the signal. This is a HAND CONTROLLED effect pedal.
Are your pedals buffered or true bypass?
All of our pedals are true bypass.
What is your warranty?
We offer a lifetime warranty on all of our pedals! If your pedal stops working or is having any issues, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name, contact information and a description of what happened or what’s wrong with the pedal.
Can you match my Stratocaster to a Strategy pedal?
Pretty darn sure we can! Send an email to email@example.com with pictures of your guitar and which pick-guard, knob, color and hardware combination you would like.
What power supply do I need?
All of our pedals take standard 5.5mm x 2.1 mm center negative power supplies. We recommend isolated power supplies over daisy chain applications because of ground hum and the possibility of added noise. A 1-Spot is a good example of a stand-alone power supply.
Can I get a Polarity Switch added to my Telegraph Stutter?
Absolutely! The switch installation is $20, and we cover the shipping BACK to you.Please send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.*Unfortunately due to high international shipping rates, we are currently only offering this to U.S. customers.
I want to review/make review videos for your pedals. How does that work?
Please email Jordan: email@example.com to discuss further.