The Sub Machine Fuzz combines shaggy fuzz with a growling sub octave circuit-switchable between series and parallel modes-with an octave up fuzz mode for searing subterannean sounds.
Analog Sub-Octave Generator
Polyphonic Octave Generator
The Legenday and classic original POG won top awards from every major magazine on every continent for its flawless polyphonic tracking and musical flexibility. The Micro POG delivers the same perfect tracking and smooth polyphony in a simplified design. Now in a small pedalboard-friendly diecast chassis, the Micro POG delivers and will blow you away the...
The smallest member of the polyphonic POG clan provides impeccable tracking and sound. Separate level controls for dry, sub octave and octave up plus an extra Dry out and silent footswitching provide the perfect formula for this compact jewel.
The Pitch Fork transposes an instrument’s pitch over a +/- three octave range and features three modes which allow the pitch to be transposed up, down or both, simultaneously. The pitch shift amount can be set to a fixed interval or continuously varied by an expression pedal or control voltage.
Multi Effect: Nano POG + Soul Food Combines two sweet pedals—-the Soul Food transparent overdrive and Nano POG polyphonic octave generator—-in one potent multi-effect.
Octave FuzzOctavix delivers the definitive late 1960’s fuzzed out, octave up sound together with modern enhancements that update the classic concept.
Fuzz tone with a separate Sub Octave voice & an Octave Up Fuzz Internal Gain & Tone pots shape the Octave Up Fuzz effect All analog circuitry, true bypass
Adds fuzz to your signal and then duplicates it two octaves down Control the mix of the fuzz signal with the two octaves down fuzz signal Used by Jimmy Page for the solo in Led Zeppelin's "Fool in the Rain"