An analog fuzz/distortion pedal that can run two independent circuits in parallel to one output or separately into two outputs.

Chicago, IL (August 28, 2018) -- Chicago Music Exchange has partnered with Dunable Guitars to launch Dunable’s first ever pedal, a two-in-one stomp box!

In addition to being the most brutal-sounding pedal ever made, this pedal is also one of the most unique. This is an all-analog, dual fuzz/distortion pedal that is capable of running two independent circuits in parallel to one output or separately into two outputs. This creates many routing possibilities that were previously not possible from just one pedal, and endless sounds, especially combined with other effects. The option to blend a clean signal with either side makes it equally as useful on guitar or bass.

The Splatter side is based on a classic superfuzz circuit, with an added boost, and the Blast side is an ornery distortion, not unlike a classic pedal heard on everything from classic shoegaze albums, to Stockholm-based death metal, to Pink Floyd guitar solos.

Features:

  • All analog.
  • Dual fuzz and distortion pedal.
  • Capable of running two independent circuits in parallel to one output or separately into two outputs.

The CME Exclusive Dunable SplatterBlaster is priced at $299 USD and is available only at Chicago Music Exchange.

To purchase, call 1-773-525-7773, visit http://chicagomusicexchange.com, or stop by the Chicago Music Exchange showroom located at 3316 N. Lincoln Avenue, Chicago, IL 60657.

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