TWA has unveiled the MiniMorph, an envelope-filter drive that downsizes the company’s DynaMorph pedal.
Although the MiniMorph removes the DynaMorph’s envelope-controlled level section, TWA is still promising an “unlimited variety of filthy, flittering filter effects”.
Low drive settings give off ‘starved voltage’ fuzz-style sounds, while higher drive levels offer swept resonance filter tones, which only get more intense with higher gain settings.
Thankfully, a dry blend control is on hand to calm the sonic storm, while a mode switch selects between two different EQ settings.
The MiniMorph is available to preorder now from Godlyke Distribution (opens in new tab) for $189.