Dave was building a batch of ZIMs and a tray of enclosures hit the floor. A few got dinged up, but nothing too bad. This one has a small ding in the paint by the footswitch (see photos), but is the same internally as an A-stock ZIM and carries the same warranty. It was built in January, 2021. It contains the default ZIMcards (ChA=VT, ChB=H9), but you can select any combination of available ZIMcards in the menus above. The pedal will come to you with your choice of two ZIMcards, installed and tested.
General Product Info:
ZIM is two independent true-bypass effects in one pedal. You get to configure what they are and what order they're in. The two channels' functions are determined by the ZIMcards that are installed.
ZIM is like two separate pedals joined at the hip. There is a default signal flow through the pedal so that no patch cord is needed. However, each channel has its own Input and Output jacks which can patch in any order, at different places in your signal chain. ZIM can even be used to process a stereo signal.
ZIM's Channel B voicing section uses 8 cascading stages of phase shift which can be mixed both in and out of phase. This creates an almost limitless palate of tones simulating different amps and mic'ing techniques.
ZIM's two channels use plug-in cards, called ZIMcards, for their processing. ZIM comes with a pair of ZIMcards already installed. The current default ZIMcards are Vintage Tube in Channel A and Hot 9 in Channel B. This pair gives a wide range of overdrive sounds. If you'd like us to customize your ZIM pedal with specific ZIMcards, choose Channel A and B cards from the dropdown menu above.
Did you ever wish you had a Fuzz with a level boost? Or
an Octave with overdrive? Or an overdrive with a switchable treble boost?
Distortion and OD in one pedal? With ZIM you can pair up different effects to
create your desert island pedal.
If your tastes change and you need, for example, Fuzz instead
of Distortion, you don't have to change pedals. Swap out the ZIMcard and now
your ZIM is a Fuzz pedal.