henretta engineering

Dig cocked-wah sounds? What very well may be the world's smallest set-it-and-forget-it option has some pretty cool tricks up its sleeve.

 
Recorded using a Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Custom with Curtis Novak Tele-V bridge and JM-V neck pickup going into a Celestion Ruby-stocked Goodsell Valpreaux 21miked with a Royer R-121 feeding an Apogee Duet going into GarageBand with no EQ-ing, compression, or effects.
Clip 1: Tele in middle pickup position at first, then bridge position, with Tone Xciter first bypassed, then activated with frequency trimpot at noon and intensity trimpot at 1 o’clock.
Clip 2: Tele neck pickup with Tone Xciter first bypassed, then activated with frequency and intensity trimpots both at 3 o’clock.
 

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Pros:
Sturdy, space-saving avenue to a nice array of cocked-wah sounds.

Cons:
Subtler sounds could use a gain boost. Frequency and intensity controls not accessible externally.

Street:
$125

Henretta Xciter
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