Frantone Electronics Glacier Hyper Modulator


  • Mix
    controls the mix between the direct signal and the ring modulator signal
  • Select
    selects a carrier wave form
  • Tune
    controls the ring modulation frequency


  • Main In
    main signal input
  • Y In
    external carrier wave input
  • Out
    audio output


Frantone Electronics

The Glacier is an effect unlike any other. It is small, quiet, and easy to use.

A ring modulator with selectable carrier, the Glacier will absolutely spellbind you with its amazing tonal range and high fidelity. The Y SELECT switch lets you choose between one of the three waveforms generated by its internal oscillator, or an external signal source of mic or line level. The TUNE control adjusts the wide frequency range of the internal oscillator for the maximum amount of effect from steely highs to low vibrato. The Y IN gives you the ability to combine any two signals and create an unlimited number of sounds from triggered drum effects to vocally controlled guitar. The MIX control lets you blend in as much clean signal to the effect as you want. The stunning look of the Glacier is highlighted by its custom blue Bakelite knobs and cobalt blue status LED.

The Glacier is a pedal that truly must be heard to be believed!

All new Frantone effects come with full signal bypass and status light!

Each Glacier Hyper Modulator is hand-made in the USA by Frantone and features:

  • Tough cast aluminum case
  • White epoxy enamel finish
  • True bypass switching
  • BLUE indicator LED
  • Steel LED bezel
  • Switchcraft jacks
  • Blue bakelite knobs
  • Hard mounted PCB
  • External power jack
  • 24VDC adapter
  • All teflon hook-up wire
  • Really cute clear feet

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