The Octapussy is an octave-up fuzz in the tradition of the Octavia but is an original circuit designed by Howard Gee.

$0Portland, OR (March 13, 2012) -- Catalinbread has announced their latest pedal, the Octapussy, is now available. The Octapussy is an octave-up fuzz in the tradition of the Octavia but is an original circuit designed by Howard Gee, utilizing 3 silicon transistors and two diodes to take the tradition to the next level! $0 $0 The Octapussy was designed to be extremely responsive to your guitar and playing. Catalinbread says achievable tones range from sweet, breathy, delicate octave-up melodies to epic soaring leads that bloom as you hold a bend to or massively huge grinding, industrial-strength power chords. $0 $0 The Octapussy has three controls. Gain: This control increases the gain for more fuzz, harmonics, and upper-midrange frequency boost. It is voiced to be usable throughout its range from minimum all the way to maximum.$0 $0 The Body control increases bass response and like the Gain knob, it also increases output and harmonic content. The Attenuate control is designed to be set full counter-clockwise. For best tone and response, only attenuate when you’ve got the Gain and Body knobs really cranking and need to reduce the output some.$0 $0 The pedal is available now at a price of $179.99.$0 $0Watch Catalinbread's video demo:$0 $0 $0For more information:$0 Catalinbread$0

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Walrus Audio Slötvå
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