Big Features in Tiny Boxes

Clifton, NJ (August 17, 2007) - Godlyke, Inc. has announced the addition of five new models to the ever-expanding line of Guyatone Micro Effects. Designed by guitar gear innovator Toshi Torii, they offer boutique-grade features like true bypass switching and updated EQ options. These things are compact (2 3/4”W, 3 7/8”L, 1 1/2”H) and built on stamped-steel chasses.

The Guyatone CB-3 Cool Booster can be used to boost solo passages or to distort an input signal while retaining unity gain with the bypassed signal. List Price $130

The Guyatone HD-3 Hot Drive Distortion provides maximum distortion while still retaining note clarity, allowing you to easily create rich, singing harmonic feedback. It can make a combo amp sound like a stack. List Price $130

The Guyatone MO-3 Micro Ocatve is a 100% analogue octave divider that offers one and two octaves down as well as a Dry Blend control. Three filter types and a pre-gain control allow for a wide varity of effects from subtle doubling to analog synth textures. List Price $140

The Guyatone OD-2+ Overdrive takes the rich tube-like sound of the award-winning OD-2 Overdrive and adds additional tone shaping options by way of a Hi Cut/Hi Boost tone control and 3-way O.D. Mode switch. List Price $120

The Guyatone SS-3 Sonic Shaper emphasizes specific signal harmonics allowing the user to stand out in an ensemble or mix without having to boost volume. It can also be used as an acoustic simulator or as a clean level booster. List Price $120

For more information:
Guyatone Micro Effects

A maze of modulation and reverberations leads down many colorful tone vortices.

Deep clanging reverb tones. Unexpected reverb/modulation combinations.

Steep learning curve for a superficially simple pedal.

$209

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