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Mythos Pedals Introduces the Chupacabra

A marriage of boost, overdrive, and fuzz designed to capture the sound of Texas boogie.

Nashville, TN (October 9, 2017) -- Mythos Pedals is proud to release new Chupacabra pedal. Designed to capture the tone of biggest little band from Texas. This simple two knob pedal is a marriage of boost, overdrive, and fuzz. Designed to work with any pickup configuration the Chupacabra has a fantastic clarity and definition that responds to a players dynamics.

The Chupacabra has a great range of tones that can give your sound a slight tweed crunch to a monstrous exploding amp fuzz tone.

The Chupacabra features:

  • Two knob control layout (Volume and Gain)
  • Full size through hole components
  • True Bypass Wiring
  • Standard 9V DC operation
  • Hand wired and assembled in Nashville,TN

The Chupacabra pedal has a street price of $179.00. They will be available for purchase from MythosPedals.com, reverb.com, and Mythos Pedal dealers.

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