The 666 Octavius Squeezer Bass Synthesizer pedal is new from Chunk Systems

Clifton, NJ (July, 25, 2008) -- New from Chunk Systems is the Octavius Squeezer, an analog/digital hybrid bass synthesizer that is housed in a compact stompbox format. The pedal features a variety of synth, octave, fiizz, and filter effects, along with a digital preset system that allows constant reconfiguration of the audio signal path and storage of parameter settings.  An on-board tuner and tap-tempo metronome round out the pedal''s numerous, useful features.

The Octavius Squeezer''s facets include:
- Wide range of synth, octave, envelope filter, fiizzand other effects
- True bypass-input is connected directly to output by a mechanical relay when switched off
- True analog signal path with reconfigurable analog technology
- Over 50 digital onboard presets with bank organization for easy selection
- SD card socket allows you to save/load additional presets, upgrade firmware, etc
- Analog two pole lowpass and bandpass filter circuit
- Analog fuzzcircuit
- Digital pitch tracking with advanced harmonic rejection
- Analog waveform synthesis
- One octave down, one octave up and two octaves up synthesis
- Runs from a single 9V battery or external power supply (not included)
- No-tools battery drawer
- Sturdy steel case finished in an eye-catching red
- Two user-assignable foot switches and two digital control knobs
- Backlit 2line,16 character LCD and blinking tempo LED
- Auxiliary output for click tracks and Agent OOFunk Mark II envelope input
- On-board Tuner
- Metronome and beat-locked effects with tap tempo mode
- 3-year limited warranty

The Octavius Squeezer List/Street Price is $599.

For more information:
Chunk Systems
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