The Alexander Superball takes experimental delay to the next level with a super flexible LFO that can move any parameter, a sweet resonant low-pass filter and clock time sequencing for all kinds of auto pitch shift and robotic bleeps.
Unlike most pedals in the NEO series, the select button in the middle doesn’t change effect modes but allows more parameters for you to tweak such as low and high delay time settings (which correspond to the LFO), the LFO speed, depth and 5 waveforms plus a sequencer which changes the clock time of the delay in various patterns and steps.
The left footswitch not only gets you tap tempo (with divisions) for delay and LFO but lets you morph between two different settings on the fly. Living up to the Superball name is the Bounce function, which triggers the LFO to bounce from 1-10 times, with each bounce losing the same amount of energy as a real Superball, they’ve filmed one and done the math!
Other features include 4 onboard presets, a multi-jack for either expression, remote switching with a NEO footswitch or MIDI control with devices such as the qConnect from Disaster Area.