Tesla Tower & Tower Delay

A “Wardenclyffe” by Hungry Robot clone.

One of my favorite lo-fi pedals out there that I hope to add to my collection. But this recreation seems accurate enough that I may never need it… I’ve included two versions of this pedal. One with just the Tesla Tower, and one with an added tape delay before or after the vibrato.

The controls for this patch are laid out in a similar fashion to the original pedal. Started from the top left you have your vibrato depth. Then your wet and dry mix.

Second row has a pushbutton to select a normal sine wave vibrato or a glitchy random vibrato. Following that on the right is the filter control.

The third row has your vibrato speed, a pushbutton to switch between a high pass and a lowpass filter, then the pad pushbutton.

The left footswitch turns on some extra noise. The middle footswitch maxes out the vibrato rate and the right is your bypass.

The controls remain the same as the Tesla Tower with a few exceptions.

The noise is now located as a peach pushbutton on the bottom left. Next is your feedback control. The next peach pushbutton is the toggle between having your delay before or after the Tesla Tower. On the end is your delay mix. Lastly, the left footswitch is now the tap tempo.

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4 comments on “Tesla Tower & Tower Delay
  • nathanvassiliades on said:

    So this is one of my favorite pedals. Nice job. I’m putting mine on reverb.com now. Thanks! This may sound like a stupid question but how do you access the secondary function of the footswitchs? How do I stop the off and on function of the right stompswitch?

  • jobythedog on said:

    Wow, glad to hear it’s about as good as the real thing! If you want to get rid of the bypass function and only have the pedal on, you need to delete the audio in module on the top of page 2. Then connect the audio out 1 on the top of page 3 and the ghostverb out below it, to the audio output in the top left of page 2. Hopefully that’s clear!

  • nathanvassiliades on said:

    Thanks! I finally found it in the manual when you posted. I think it sounds great!

  • tomikoo on said:

    Holy crap, this sounds awesome! Will try these on synth sounds during the weekend.

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