Pulse Width Modulation for your guitar! This new pedal produces adjustable width square waves, similar to that in analog
synths. By splitting your guitar into three signals, you are able to edit the width of the three resultant waveforms and mix
them back together for unique robotic tones.


Thin waveforms sound thin, fat waveforms sound bassy. The three knobs allow you to adjust this in a fixed/static manner or, when switched, you can control the speed of each of the three oscillators. With one oscillator running you have a phaser like noise swash, with all three running it all begins to sound de-tuned and chorus like. Hard to explain, best heard in the samples.

P.W.M.achine – Triple Pulse Width Modulator by MWFX