Keeley Super Mod Workstation Multi-effects Pedal

Multi-effects Pedal with 12 Modulation Effects, Stereo Outputs, Expression Pedal Input, and Tap Tempo
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The Keeley Electronics Super Mod Workstation multi-effects pedal is a powerful and convenient way to load your pedalboard with top-quality warbles, swirls, repeats, and more. The Super Mod Workstation boasts two individually selectable channels with 12 voices and a vast amount of control over each. Additions such as an onboard tap tempo switch, an expression pedal input, and stereo outputs ensure the pedal will integrate easily into your setup. And the Super Mod Workstation is engineered with the same quality and attention to detail that have made Keeley a popular name in the industry.

12 types of modulation

On each of the Super Mod Workstation's two footswitchable channels are eight lush-sounding modulation, reverb, and delay types. With the simple turn of a knob, you'll conjure sounds such as thick chorus, pristine digital delay, a rotary emulation, and many more. Both channels feature four controls for level, rate, depth, and morph that tailor the tones to your preferences. And the timing of the effects can be easily controlled in real time with the onboard tap temp switch.

Two individually selectable channels

The Super Mod Workstation's layout offers two separate modulation effects ready to be activated with the tap of your toe. Each channel boasts its own switch, which makes stacking the effects, running each individually, or bypassing them effortless. The two channels also share some effects types, allowing you to change between two rotary speeds, flanging depths, or reverb times quickly. Keeley packed a whole lot of features, ease of use, and an intuitive signal flow into a pedal that is much more compact than you would expect.

Fine-tuned controls

Even though the Keeley Super Mod Workstation multi-effects pedal is hardly larger than many other single pedals, it packs an unbelievable amount of tone-tailoring control into just the right number of knobs. In addition to each channel's footswitches, you'll find stereo outputs that spread your signal for a sound and feel that needs to be experienced. And the expression pedal input delivers real-time control of various parameters right to your pedalboard. Sweetwater pedal geeks can't believe how many sounds are packed into this device.

Keeley Super Mod Workstation Multi-effects Pedal Features:

  • Compact multi-effects unit for modulations, delays, and reverbs
  • 8 lush modulation types onboard
  • 2 delay types at the turn of a knob
  • 2 variants of high-quality reverbs
  • Onboard tap tempo offers supreme control
  • Individually selectable effects
  • Stereo outputs are great for larger guitar rigs
  • Expression pedal input allows control over various parameters
  • Lots of deep-editing control

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Modulation
Analog/Digital Analog Delay with DSP effects
Inputs 1 x 1/4" (instrument), 2 x 1/4" (expression, tap tempo)
Outputs 2 x 1/4"
Power Source 9V DC power supply (sold separately)
Height 2.1"
Width 4.7"
Depth 3.9"
Manufacturer Part Number KWSModPlus

Customer Reviews

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Endless Choices

Only played around with this for an hour, and was blown away. The effects were vastly superior to some (fairly nice) individual effects. Sold them all. Each effect can go from very subtle to outrageous. My only complaint is that the TAP switch is always on while the pedal has power, unless you plug a cable into the expression port. It's just a slight annoyance. Still, this is the last mod pedal I'll ever buy.

All Your Mods Are Belong to Us

The Keeley SuperMod Workstation is aptly named. The first thing I noticed was the sheer quality of the sounds. I have the privilege of having multiple nice amps and a home studio to play in and I had a chance to turn this thing on and the amps up and really hear the detail of the modulations. That subtle analog sound a lot of us like is clearly present. This pedal gives you all your typical modulations and then some. The controls are not too complex but give you enough variation to suit different songs. The delays and reverbs were not what I wanted this for, but for sake of review I ran through them. The delays are fine, nothing too special. Typical analog delay. The plate is a standout for me. Warm and realistic. Comparable to some rack units I have. Build quality seems solid, though I haven’t had it long. It is packed in a heavy metal case and knobs and jacks all seem solid. Not getting any noise, which is an issue with my large board. Runs fine off 250mA out of PedalPower.One thing I wish it had was a tap tempo subdivision switch. However, I was on the fence about getting a BPM sync tap tempo pedal to more accurately dial in some songs anyway, and it (Disaster Smartclock) has subdivisions. Another thing I thought might be an issue with something as complex as this was the lack of presets. However, you can change modulations (the left most knob) and leave other settings the same for basically usable settings. In other words, the knobs parameters (except for the delays/reverbs) are ranged similarly enough to make it less of an issue. I actually found a lot of the mods to work great with everything else at noon. One thing that might surprise you here is that the tempo/rate will go to the knob setting, not the tap setting when you change mods. Not an issue for me because I also tap them in.
See also: Flanger Pedals, Keeley, Keeley Chorus Pedals, Keeley Flangers, Keeley Multi-effects, Keeley Phaser Pedals