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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Mythos Pedals

Multiple modulation modes and malleable voices cement a venerable pedal’s classic status.

Huge range of mellow to immersive modulation sounds. Easy to use. Stereo output. Useful input gain control.

Can sound thin compared to many analog chorus and flange classics.

$149

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