Both are available in standard and custom versions.
Los Angeles, CA (July 21, 2016) -- Beetronics has launched its first handmade guitar pedals line. The line features two models: the WhoctaHell and the OctaHive, both available in standard and custom series.
The WhoctaHell is a low-octave Fuzz, with fully-independent controls for the fuzz and the octave. Its od/fuzz is summed up with a gnarly, squared-wave low octave, resembling an 8-bit bass synthesizer. The OctaHive is a super high-gain fuzz with a pronounced high pitch octave. It is based on the 1970s classic Tycobrahe Octavia, but with modern and improved controls such as adjustable pre-gain and the ability to turn off the octave via a toggle switch. When the octave is disengaged, the pedal delivers a thicker and warmer fuzz tone.
The standard and custom series share the same circuitry and sound, however custom series pedals offer special eye-grabbing one-off finishes. All pedals are handmade and there are no two exactly alikeâ€“even in standard series. Customers can select different circuits, colors, knobs, jewel lens colors, striping and other preferences through custom orders.
All Beetronics pedals feature:
- Handmade circuitry
- Distinguished handmade finishes, adding a unique character to each pedal
- Custom shaped PCB designs, giving it a great look inside and out
- True bypass switching
- Custom designed steel enclosures
- Custom options such as color, NOS knobs, jewel lenses and unique hardware
- Classic and modern tones
Beetronics Standard series pedals carry street prices of $230.00 each and the Custom series $280.00 each.
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