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Dusky Electronics Octomotron Fuzz

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The Octomotron Fuzz is a new look at the classic octave fuzz circuit.
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Brand Dusky Electronics
Instrument Guitar, Bass
Power Battery, 9V DC
Current Draw (mA) N/A
Pre-Release N/A [?]
Pro Only N/A [?]
Rental Only N/A [?]
PS Included N/A [?]

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Dusky Electronics Octomotron Fuzz

Designed without reference to a particular pedal or circuit, the Octomotron has its own voice--brash and synthy. Adjusting your guitar's volume knob opens a dramatic range of timbres, making the pedal far more versatile than you might guess from its simplistic controls. A single glowing knob controls the output volume, and a switch to provides a subtle bass boost--which can take you from a classic octave fuzz voicing to a saturated synthy sound. The Octomotron also features a specially designed FET input buffer that isolates your signal from whatever's upstream in your signal path. Unlike vintage fuzzes--which sound very different depending on whether your guitar is plugged directly into it, or if you have another pedal or a buffer in front of it--the Octomotron sounds the way it's supposed to regardless of where it is in your effects chain. And, the Octomotron sounds great on bass too! Quick Specs Effect Type Octave Fuzz Controls Volume Knob, Bass Boost Switch Battery 9V External Power Supply 9-18V (not provided) Robot Octopus Design Yes

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