Image credit: Simon Provencher
The Atom Smasher is a digital delay pedal, reverb pedal and micro-sampler. It's supposed to be odd, noisy and as pleasant or unpleasant as the user desires. It came about simply because I wanted a number of 'exotic' or experimental guitar effects in a single pedal without having to take up much pedal space. If the patches seem a bit random, well, they're the ones I found myself using the most. Although this is a pedal I built for my own amusement, hopefully you will find something to love about it yourself!
There is a waiting list for pedals as they're built one-at-a-time, so to add yourself to the waiting list, use this link. The cost of the pedal is £180, and an extra UPLINK expansion pedal (here's a short demo of it changing sample length) can be purchased for £25 with no additional shipping cost. There's an option for plain metal or white enclosures for the UPLINK controller - I prefer plain, but it's up to you.
Please note: this demo was of the original prototype, and some patches have been tweaked and improved since. The full patch list can be found below.
An incredible video from Simon Provencher with some example settings. <3
Thanks to /u/JeanSolPatre and /u/Lieutenant_Danzig for being so nice about it.
You can download the manual for the Atom Smasher here.