Under this new ownership, the Catalinbread crew will be able to take its collective passion for sound further than ever before.

Catalinbread

Catalinbread is announcing a change in company ownership with Northwest natives Kyle Sears and Brandon Rush purchasing the company this month. In addition to being touring musicians and recording studio owners, Kyle and Brandon have been making music together on a professional level for over 15 years and are progressively-minded gear aficionados. Given their local roots, passion for gear, and well-established presence in the music industry, Kyle and Brandon are excited to take Catalinbread to the next level. Under this new ownership, the Catalinbread crew will be able to take its collective passion for sound further than ever before.

It is important to Kyle and Brandon that Catalinbread remains an innovative, hand-made, and locally-run pedal company. Their vision for Catalinbread's creative future will work hand-in-hand with the mission of the company and its core values, including the search for vintage and esoteric pieces of gear, and outfitting them with modern engineering for ease of accessibility.

Catalinbread has much in store for 2020 and beyond. The Giygas fuzz will be released this spring and the Epoch Boost will be released this summer. While Catalinbread will still be offering its full catalog, the next chapter's development is already in full swing.

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