nanolog audio

The nano-molecular sandwich returns in a fuzz that ranges from full and ferocious to fractured.


Recorded with a Fender Stratocaster, ‘68 Fender Bassman, Apogee Duet, Shure SM-58, and Apple Logic.
Identical figure is played in various clipping configurations, followed by a single first-position chord played in various clipping configurations.
 

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Pros:
Unique smooth to fractured fuzz tones. Excellent build quality.

Cons:
Esoteric clipping technology adds up to a little extra cost.

Street:
$235

Nanolog Orbital Fuzz
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The line includes the Classic Overdrive, C4 Distortion, and Orbital Fuzz.

Nanalog

Edmonton, Canada (November 13, 2018) -- The time is now. After decades of research, two senior PhD researchers at the Nanotechnology Research Center in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada have perfected a new carbon-based clipping technology called a “Nanolog Device.” What was once thought to only be a possibility in the scientific world is now a reality, a carbon molecular junction that can replace traditional silicon and germanium diodes to leverage the scientific discoveries that quantum physics has to offer. This carbon technology bridges two conductors with a layer of carbon molecules for improved tones, dynamics, feel, and warmth.

The product of years of research and exploration, these pedals are hand-made in Canada and push to discover the true potential of carbon technology. The Carbon Series features these Nanolog Devices across an array of guitar pedal styles with the Classic Overdrive, C4 Distortion, and Orbital Fuzz:

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Not your dad’s diode-clipping distortion.

The WaveFunction is a diode-clipping distortion with a difference.

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