Greenhouse Effects' Stonefish conceal a wealth of shimmering modulation sounds that cautiously tread the line between chorus and vibrato!
Slow oscillating '80s-style chorus, drunken shuddering, swirling pitchy modulation - this one does it all. You've got four controls to choose from - an easy interface, as with many of Greenhouse's offerings. In this case, it's rate, width, depth and tone. When in chorus mode, these will do exactly what you mind expect them to do. Subtle saturation to rapid, sparkly patterns in your sound and everything in between!
In vibrato mode, you'll be able to harness the Stonefish's incredible analog grip on the pitch of your guitar. Again, start off subtle for hints of swaying, and crank the settings for new levels of deranged wobble.
Here's what Greenhouse Effects have to say about the Stonefish:
A versatile modulation pedal that captures the essence of classic 80's chorus and much more with all analog circuitry.
Featuring tone and width knobs on top of the standard rate and depth knobs, enables you to have that sparkly 80's chorus or to tone down the high end when using after a distortion pedal. The width knob changes the delay time to have the effect mellowed, like vintage chorus or drastic like modern choruses.
The toggle switch cuts the dry signal out, yielding a vibrato effect that can be then adjusted further by the knobs. The LFO has enough range for the chorus to be slow and lush but also fast enough for a pseudo Leslie tones for the Vibrato. Lastly, you can even turn off the LFO (by setting the rate and depth knobs to zero) and use the width knob as a manual chorus. This enables you to set a passive chorus spot that resonates in a very unique way. Can sound like you're playing inside of a big tube.