Heavy Electronics is releasing the Radio Havana pedal

Minneapolis, MN (February 19, 2008) – Heavy Electronics is releasing the Radio Havana, a pedal that provides a tone reminiscent of a small transistor radio -- tinny with washed frequencies.

Radio Havana is very responsive to pickup choices and string manipulation. It is made to find odd frequencies and push them to the forefront. The pedal is made with the Series One standard Voltage Starve circuit, which allows players to turn the voltage down to .1 Volts. This feature makes it great for breakdowns and interesting for bass guitars, imparting a unique, eccentric sound.

Radio Havana

  • Handmade in Minneapolis, MN
  • Cast aluminum case
  • True Bypass switching
  • Neutrik or Switchcraft jacks
  • Metal LED bezel
  • Metal PSU input
  • 24mm pots
  • Flying leads
  • Case mounted PCB
  • Adjustable LED brightness
  • Painted graphics
  • Modifications available
  • Five year warranty
  • MSRP: $135
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