New Catalinbread Dreamcoat Preamp Guitar Effects Pedal

New Catalinbread Dreamcoat Preamp Guitar Effects Pedal

New Catalinbread Dreamcoat Preamp Guitar Effects Pedal
New Catalinbread Dreamcoat Preamp Guitar Effects Pedal. This item is new, in box. What began as an exploration of a specific’60s and’70s classic rock tone, evolved into a multidimensional gain machine capable of anything between unruly sputtery fuzz and classic rock chime. This is not meant to make you sound like a classic rock god, it is meant to inspire you from using some of the same tools they used that would otherwise be inaccessible in pedal form. The heart and soul of the Dreamcoat is a near-exact recreation of the preamp circuit from the Aiwa TP-1011 reel-to-reel deck that can be found in’60s and’70s classic rock recordings. All of the functionality of that unit is present, from sparkling cleans to powerful crunch and glassy leads, but the “Sat” control gives you an extra layer of grunt, allowing the Dreamcoat to range between near-dry tonal indifference to complete “melting-amp” Neil Young-esque tweed sounds. A certain classic rock sound wasn’t just a tape deck, though. Some players installed a passive inductor-based frequency “booster” into their guitars that cut both sides of the spectrum around the resonant frequency of their guitar, giving the appearance of frequency boost. To that end, we’ve added a frequency booster circuit that doesn’t cut anything, giving you a richer tone with a little oomph where it counts. To top it all off, we’ve included a clean blend circuit that begins after the frequency boost and ends after the tape preamp, so you can EQ the sum of your clean tone and dirt, all while preserving your pick attack and presence. The whole shebang runs at 20V, just a hair higher than the original Aiwa, expanding its capabilities and delivering tons of headroom. This item is in the category “Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Parts & Accessories\Effects Pedals\Distortion & Overdrive”. The seller is “citymusicsteve” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Model: Dreamcoat
  • To Fit: Acoustic Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Bass Guitar, Cigar Box Guitar, Classical Guitar, Electric Guitar, Lap & Pedal Steel Guitar, Resonator Guitar, Travel Guitar
  • MPN: Dreamcoat
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Custom Bundle: No
  • Analog/Digital: Analog
  • Brand: Catalinbread
  • Type: Distortion, Overdrive
  • UPC: 853710004888

New Catalinbread Dreamcoat Preamp Guitar Effects Pedal

New Catalinbread Dirty Little Secret MKIII Overdrive Guitar Effects Pedal

New Catalinbread Dirty Little Secret MKIII Overdrive Guitar Effects Pedal
New Catalinbread Dirty Little Secret MKIII Overdrive Guitar Effects Pedal

New Catalinbread Dirty Little Secret MKIII Overdrive Guitar Effects Pedal
New Catalinbread Dirty Little Secret MKIII Overdrive Guitar Effects Pedal. This item is new, in box! Classic plexi to early 70s Marshall Super Lead and Super Bass sound and response. Marshall amps helped supercharge the performance, and shape the sound of rock and roll. When the house lights dimmed, all you could see through the hazy darkness was the array of red pilot lights shining from a backline wall of Marshall stacks. It was the ultimate prelude to the impending rock. In the absence of your own personal wall of Marshalls and the necessary road crew required to lug them around, the Dirty Little Secret (DLS) is the perfect secret weapon in your tone arsenal. This is your “always on” pedal, designed to be the “foundation” of your pedalboard, transforming any amplifier into those raging British stacks. It forms the core of your guitar sound which you can enhance and embellish by adding boosters, fuzzes, filters, and other overdrives in front of it – just like you would in front of a real amp. And the reason you can leave it always on is that you can get a great clean sound just by rolling back your guitar’s volume knob! That’s the way the old school Marshall players did things! Super Bass- The “Super Bass” mode gives you the tone and gain structure of a Marshall Super Bass (which is very similar to a JTM45, JTM50/100, or very early plexi). This mode was voiced to really hone in on that elusive in-between “not quite clean, not quite dirty” response that old tube amps were so good at getting. And it was specifically voiced to make fuzz pedals sound great (especially two-transistor based fuzzes like the fuzz face). Plug a Strat into a Fuzz Face with the DLS in SB mode and you’ll see what we mean! It’s voice is deeper bass, and an emphasis on the lower midrange band (in contrast to the Super Lead mode’s upper midrange emphasis) and sounds especially great with Fender style guitars. Tone stack -The DLS is two pedals in one. When you switch from SL to SB mode it completely reconfigures the tone stack and key first gain stage parameters to give authentic Super Lead or Super Bass type response. The SL/SB mode switch doesn’t just add a bit more bass to make it a “super BASS”. The treble-middle-bass tone control complement exactly reproduce the tone stack circuits of the Super Lead and the Super Bass amps. So when you switch from SL to SB mode, the tone circuit gets reconfigured to the Super Bass circuit. Mode Switch – The Super Lead and Super Bass are two remarkably different amps, and so the DLS is essentially two pedals in one.. Not a two channel pedal. When you switch between the two modes and explore the differences in the way the pedal reacts, you’ll see what we mean. You will hear the difference in the way the tone controls work, the way the gain character feels, and the way the overall frequency response sounds. It’s a dirt box, right? How hard could it be? Plug it in and turn the knobs and rock your guitar. Explore the three tone knobs, play with different gain settings via the Pre-Amp control. But plug it in by itself first. Get familiar with it on its own before integrating it in with your pedalboard. So, most likely, that’s the mode you’ll hear when you first plug in out of the box. After you’ve had a good session rocking out with your new Dirty Little Secret, come back here and read on to get more insight and tips on how to get the most out of your new DLS. This item is in the category “Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Parts & Accessories\Effects Pedals\Distortion & Overdrive”. The seller is “citymusicsteve” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • MPN: Dirty Little Secret MKIII
  • UPC: 0853710004055
  • Brand: Catalinbread
  • Type: Overdrive
  • Model: Dirty Little Secret

New Catalinbread Dirty Little Secret MKIII Overdrive Guitar Effects Pedal

New Catalinbread Epoch Boost (Black and Silver) Guitar Effects Pedal

New Catalinbread Epoch Boost (Black and Silver) Guitar Effects Pedal
New Catalinbread Epoch Boost (Black and Silver) Guitar Effects Pedal

New Catalinbread Epoch Boost (Black and Silver) Guitar Effects Pedal
New Catalinbread Epoch Boost (Black and Silver) Guitar Effects Pedal. This item is new, in box. You’ve heard the rumors: Some of rock’n’ roll’s greatest tones were achieved without pedals. While that’s technically true, some of the most venerable guitar gods relied on an old tape echo unit to help achieve their legendary tones. This unit is the Maestro Echoplex EP-3. While some guitarists made great use of its echo effect, others dragged one to every gig just for its magical preamp. This preamp circuit was wired always-on, and so even those using it as an echo effect received significant tonal enhancements from the preamp circuit as well. Everyone from Eddie Van Halen to East Bay Ray of the Dead Kennedys relied on the EP-3 preamp to take their sound to previously unreachable heights. And now you can also, with our Epoch Boost. Around the shop, we refer to the Epoch Boost as a “mastering pedal, ” because it sounds like your base tone, but sculpted to perfection by a mastering engineer. This is accomplished by employing the same internal circuitry as a real EP-3, from the NOS Orange Drop capacitors to the output mixer stage that acts as a rudimentary frequency selector—it’s all there. We’ve taken the liberty of kicking the internal voltage all the way up to 22 volts, just like the original unit, giving you unparalleled headroom and clarity. Inside, we’ve included a switchable hi-Z input buffer if you’d like to use the Epoch Boost as your only pedal (don’t worry, we won’t judge). The Boost control gives you just the EP-3 tone when rolled off, but adds up to 20dB of crystal-clear boost as you crank it. And trust us, you’re gonna want to. This item is in the category “Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Parts & Accessories\Effects Pedals\Distortion & Overdrive”. The seller is “citymusicsteve” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Model: Catalinbread Epoch Boost
  • To Fit: Acoustic Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Bass Guitar, Cigar Box Guitar, Classical Guitar, Electric Guitar, Lap & Pedal Steel Guitar, Resonator Guitar, Travel Guitar
  • MPN: Epoch Boost
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Custom Bundle: No
  • Analog/Digital: Analog
  • Brand: Catalinbread
  • Type: Boost
  • UPC: 853710006134

New Catalinbread Epoch Boost (Black and Silver) Guitar Effects Pedal

New Catalinbread Katzenkonig Overdrive Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal

New Catalinbread Katzenkonig Overdrive Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal
New Catalinbread Katzenkonig Overdrive Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal

New Catalinbread Katzenkonig Overdrive Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal
New Catalinbread Katzenkonig Overdrive Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal. We combined the best elements of a Tone Bender MkII fuzz with a Rat distortion to create something that sings like a fuzz but is tight like a distortion. It loves humbuckers and single coils. It loves your cranked amp and your super-clean amp. Katzenkönig was tuned to offer a huge range of response – from a really beautiful singing tone, to tight, harmonically-rich crunch, all the way to fuzz mayhem. A simple, four-knob control scheme allows you to dial in your sound quickly and without much fuss. INPUT – Controls the input sensitivity. Turn it down when using higher output pickups and humbuckers or to dial in your wah sound (more on that later). Turn it up for lower output pickups or for when you want to go over-the-top! GAIN – Controls the gain of the second gain stage. What does that mean for you? It means you get a wide ranging gain control that sounds great throughout it’s entire rotation! FILTER – Allows you to dial in your final tone from smooth and creamy all the way to bright and cutting. You can quickly find the sweet spot for your rig with this control. If you are familiar with the Filter control on a Rat then what you’ll find is that this is an even better version of that idea! VOLUME – Standard volume control. You’ll find that Katzenkönig sounds great turned down quiet or cranked up and loud! To get familiar with your new Katzenkönig, let’s begin by plugging it straight into your amp set to a clean sound with no other pedals in the chain. Set the controls as follows: Volume – noon, Filter – noon, Gain – minimum, Input – minimum. Now play a bit to get a feel for how it responds. Go ahead and mess with the Filter knob to see how it works. You’ll notice that unlike most fuzz and distortion pedals, Katzenkönig sounds great at minimum gain settings. Now go ahead and start experimenting with the Gain and Input controls. You’ll notice that they both increase gain but in different ways. Leave one at minimum and start turning the other up. Then leave the other at minimum and turn the other one up. And yes, cranking them both up leads to extreme fuzz, sustain, and saturation! At lower Gain and Input settings, Katzenkönig’s response is tight, like a great distortion pedal. You can play chugging, palm-muted riffs that you wouldn’t be able to get away with on a standard fuzz pedal. But turn up the Gain and Input, and you can get those epic harmonic blooms that you normally associate with a great fuzz pedal! This item is in the category “Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Parts & Accessories\Effects Pedals\Distortion & Overdrive”. The seller is “citymusicsteve” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Model: Katzenkonig
  • To Fit: Electric Guitar
  • MPN: Katzenkonig
  • Analog/Digital: Analog
  • Brand: Catalinbread
  • UPC: 853710004307
  • Type: Distortion, Overdrive

New Catalinbread Katzenkonig Overdrive Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal

Catalinbread Sabbra Cadabra Overdrive Guitar Effects Pedal MAKE OFFER

Catalinbread Sabbra Cadabra Overdrive Guitar Effects Pedal MAKE OFFER

Catalinbread Sabbra Cadabra Overdrive Guitar Effects Pedal MAKE OFFER
Tony Iommi + Treble Booster + Laney Supergroup. Transform any guitar rig into a rig of doom with the Sabbra Cadabra. Tony Iommi arguably had the most influential tone in the history of electric guitar. Really, when you think Black Sabbath you immediately think “Electric Guitar”. His early signature sound was the result of an always on treble-booster plugged into cranked Laney Supergroup amps. This approach to guitar is extremely rewarding and fun, but lost in this day and age because honestly who can really get away with the stage volume anymore? Far and few between! We designed the Sabbra Cadabra to give players that sonic experience, re-contextualized for today’s approach where players tend to use amps solely within their clean range at more mortal volume levels. We will respond to you within 24 hours and do our best to help you out! This item is in the category “Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Parts & Accessories\Effects Pedals\Distortion & Overdrive”. The seller is “karofano” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Modified Item: No
  • MPN: Sabbra Cadabra
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Custom Bundle: No
  • UPC: 0853710004239
  • Brand: Catalinbread
  • Type: Distortion, Overdrive
  • Analog/Digital: Analog
  • Model: Catalinbread Sabbra Cadabra
  • To Fit: Acoustic Guitar, Cigar Box Guitar, Lap & Pedal Steel Guitar, Acoustic Electric Guitar, Electric Guitar, Bass Guitar, Travel Guitar, Classical Guitar

Catalinbread Sabbra Cadabra Overdrive Guitar Effects Pedal MAKE OFFER

New Catalinbread Giygas Fuzz Guitar Effects Pedal

New Catalinbread Giygas Fuzz Guitar Effects Pedal
New Catalinbread Giygas Fuzz Guitar Effects Pedal

New Catalinbread Giygas Fuzz Guitar Effects Pedal
New Catalinbread Giygas Fuzz Guitar Effects Pedal. This item is new, in box. Featuring a plethora of useful options, the Giygas gives you everything you’ve ever wanted in a fuzz box, along with some stuff you never knew you wanted (but deep down, you totally knew). The core of the fuzz circuit is brawny and fierce, yet with plenty of violin-like sustain and articulation on tap, and the entire thing is wrapped in a clean blend circuit. From there, the fuzz gets catapulted into a gyrator-based mid boost, and then into a tilt EQ circuit. With the blend rolled all the way back, you can use just the powerful high-headroom EQ to sculpt your clean tone. A horde of options await you under the hood, ones that will make our four-stringed friends extremely happy. Features Internal bass mode switch. This item is in the category “Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Parts & Accessories\Effects Pedals\Fuzz”. The seller is “citymusicsteve” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • To Fit: Bass Guitar, Cigar Box Guitar, Electric Guitar, Lap & Pedal Steel Guitar, Resonator Guitar, Travel Guitar
  • MPN: Giygas
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Custom Bundle: No
  • UPC: 0853710006110
  • Brand: Catalinbread
  • Type: Fuzz
  • Analog/Digital: Analog
  • Model: Giygas

New Catalinbread Giygas Fuzz Guitar Effects Pedal

New Catalinbread Sabbra Cadabra Treble Boost Guitar Effects Pedal

New Catalinbread Sabbra Cadabra Treble Boost Guitar Effects Pedal
New Catalinbread Sabbra Cadabra Treble Boost Guitar Effects Pedal

New Catalinbread Sabbra Cadabra Treble Boost Guitar Effects Pedal
New Catalinbread Sabbra Cadabra Treble Boost Guitar Effects Pedal. This item is new, in box! Tony Iommi + Treble Booster + Laney Supergroup \m/. Transform any guitar rig into a rig of doom with the Sabbra Cadabra. Tony Iommi arguably had the most influential tone in the history of electric guitar. Really, when you think Black Sabbath you immediately think Electric Guitar. His early signature sound was the result of an always on treble-booster plugged into cranked Laney Supergroup amps. This approach to guitar is extremely rewarding and fun, but lost in this day and age because honestly who can really get away with the stage volume anymore? Far and few between! We designed the Sabbra Cadabra to give players that sonic experience, re-contextualized for todays approach where players tend to use amps solely within their clean range at more mortal volume levels. The item “New Catalinbread Sabbra Cadabra Treble Boost Guitar Effects Pedal” is in sale since Wednesday, September 12, 2018. This item is in the category “Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Parts & Accessories\Effects Pedals\Distortion & Overdrive”. The seller is “citymusicsteve” and is located in Leominster, Massachusetts. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • MPN: Sabbra Cadabra
  • California Prop 65 Warning: WARNING: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer.
  • Analog/Digital: Analog
  • To Fit: Acoustic Guitar
  • Brand: Catalinbread
  • Type: Distortion
  • Model: Catalinbread Sabbra Cadabra

New Catalinbread Sabbra Cadabra Treble Boost Guitar Effects Pedal

Catalinbread Royal Albert Hall WIIO RAH Hiwatt Emulation Guitar Effects Pedal

Catalinbread Royal Albert Hall WIIO RAH Hiwatt Emulation Guitar Effects Pedal

Catalinbread Royal Albert Hall WIIO RAH Hiwatt Emulation Guitar Effects Pedal
YOUR BEST SOURCE FOR PRO AUDIO GEAR. Catalinbread Royal Albert Hall WIIO RAH Hiwatt Emulation Guitar Effects Pedal. The Jimmy Page 1970 Royal Albert Hall sound. In January 1970 Led Zeppelin hit the stage of London’s historic concert hall, Royal Albert Hall. At this performance Jimmy Page expressed himself masterfully with a broad pallet of tones and GIANT dynamic range. Of course this has a lot to do with Page’s playing technique and Gibson Les Paul. His backline amps, custom Hiwatt heads into Marshall cabinets filled the entire hall with a cornucopia of colors at levels ranging from a mouse whisper to rave ups louder than a jumbo jet taking off only inches over your head. The folks at Catalinbread love the RAH performance, but they hadn’t considered the possibility of capturing it to put into a pedal One day their friend Charlie got ahold of Catalinbread’s chief circuit designer Howard Gee to ask if we could do it. Charlie said that he’d been trying to get this tone for years and told Howard, if anybody could do it would be Catalinbread. Having proven his ability to capture the essence and experience of famous amplifiers, Howard began experimenting with what is now the RAH. This overdrive effects pedal features the specific three-knob tone circuit straight from the custom Jimmy Page model Hiwatt. Like most traditional amp EQ circuits, the knobs are interactive, meaning turning one can alter the behavior of the other. The magic is getting the Mid and Bass controls dialed in together. Tweak those until you get the right tone for your guitar and amp. Youll notice that the Treble knob is fairly subtle, adding a bit of bite as it is turned up. If you scoop the Mid and turn up the Bass however, the Treble knob will seem a lot more active. The Catalinbread RAH is designed to deliver guitarists an incredible dynamic range that responds to picking hand and/or volume knob. Like a good amplifier the RAH is VERY uncompressed, which means there is little to hide behind. This pedal is for players who appreciate the rewards and experience of a WIDE dynamic response. Overdrive inspired by the 1970 Royal Albert Hall performance. Authentic 3 knob tone stack from the “Jimmy Page” Hiwatt. Designed to give incredible dynamic response with your pick attack and your guitar’s controls. The item “Catalinbread Royal Albert Hall WIIO RAH Hiwatt Emulation Guitar Effects Pedal” is in sale since Friday, September 18, 2015. This item is in the category “Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Parts & Accessories\Effects Pedals\Distortion & Overdrive”. The seller is “*pitbullaudio*” and is located in National City, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Brand: Catalinbread
  • Type: Emulator
  • MPN: Does not apply

Catalinbread Royal Albert Hall WIIO RAH Hiwatt Emulation Guitar Effects Pedal

Catalinbread Belle Epoch Deluxe Tape Echo Delay Guitar Effects Pedal MAKE OFFER

Catalinbread Belle Epoch Deluxe Tape Echo Delay Guitar Effects Pedal MAKE OFFER
Catalinbread Belle Epoch Deluxe Tape Echo Delay Guitar Effects Pedal MAKE OFFER

Catalinbread Belle Epoch Deluxe Tape Echo Delay Guitar Effects Pedal MAKE OFFER
Catalinbread Belle Epoch Deluxe. FEATURED ON ED O’BRIEN’S PEDALBOARD (RADIOHEAD). Exact EP-3 circuitry, from the 22 volt power rail, to the JFET preamp (later spec), to the mixer stage, to the high gain silicon transistor based record and playback amplifiers, to the feedback loop. All circuitry is faithfully reproduced and fine-tuned from the original EP-3 specifications. The only thing missing are the record and playback heads, with a 24-bit high-fidelity digital delay line taking the place of the tape. All-discrete, through-hole construction with orange drop 225P capacitors, carbon composition resistors, germanium diodes, and other premium parts. Internal tunable repeats trimpot, internal bypass type switch. Yes (switchable to buffered mode). 1/4 TRS expression input. We will respond to you within 24 hours and do our best to help you out! The item “Catalinbread Belle Epoch Deluxe Tape Echo Delay Guitar Effects Pedal MAKE OFFER” is in sale since Tuesday, April 20, 2021. This item is in the category “Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Parts & Accessories\Effects Pedals\Delay, Echo & Reverb”. The seller is “karofano” and is located in Miami, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • California Prop 65 Warning: WARNING: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer.
  • MPN: 119746
  • Analog/Digital: Digital
  • To Fit: Acoustic Guitar
  • Brand: Catalinbread
  • Type: Delay
  • Model: BELLE EPOCH DELUXE

Catalinbread Belle Epoch Deluxe Tape Echo Delay Guitar Effects Pedal MAKE OFFER

New Catalinbread CSIDMAN Stutter Glitch Delay Guitar Effects Pedal

New Catalinbread CSIDMAN Stutter Glitch Delay Guitar Effects Pedal
New Catalinbread CSIDMAN Stutter Glitch Delay Guitar Effects Pedal

New Catalinbread CSIDMAN Stutter Glitch Delay Guitar Effects Pedal
New Catalinbread CSIDMAN Stutter Delay Guitar Effects Pedal. This item is new, in box! I see technology as the optimistic push through the limitations of existing paradigms: limitations in materials, processes, functionality, cost, and foresight. With each spearhead of technology, the limitations of incumbents are resolved. All too often, a slew of new issues are introduced that the marketplace is willing to overlook, at least for a short period of time. It isnt too long before the marketplace demands better, and is willing to abandon the past and pay for the next-generation solution. Within a period of 125 years weve seen the evolution of recorded media go from wax cylinder phonograph, to tape, to digital. Somewhere along the way, creatives exploit and embrace the way that limitations of technologies impose themselves. Imposing their ways much like a collaborator would, a creative will often find themselves in a love/hate relationship that they cant imagine living without. What is the reason that musicians still use tape-based echo devices in an age where digital is nearly technically perfect? Wow and flutter, limited fidelity, and distortion are the hallmarks of tape technology that were engineered out over time, but musicians still often prefer tape because it adds character to their sound. So I got to thinking, What are the artifacts of other antiquated technologies that have merit in a musical context? If David Byrne can find a way to use Powerpoint in an artistic way, why cant we create a pedal that intentionally embraces technological limitations that musicians havent widely utilized? I was first introduced to glitch/stutter effects through that ridiculous Jonny Greenwood video a number of years ago. For years in the back of my head I puzzled over an application for such musical cacophony. I mean it is an over the top freakout for peak climactic moments in a performance where the music seems that it cannot rave-up any further. Cool, thats a one trick pony, right? Well, not at all. It came together when I realized the potential for this sort of effect to dice up familiar gentle sounds, in an uncomfortable yet beautiful way. I was reminded of an effect my friend and guitarist Paul Rigby (Neko Case, Garth Hudson) asked me for, something that sounded and intermittent like broken cable. Having spent time listening to Paul play. The economy, restraint and subtlety that he plays with fits almost within the subconscious of music in such a way that when hes not playing everything sounds naked and vacant. Theres also something here for these applications. I wondered if there was a cultural context for this sort of effect, something in history that would do this unintentionally Something from the human experience, like the echo effect humans have experienced for eons when shouting in a canyon Yup! One of the most frustrating experiences you may remember if you are old enough to have had one of those portable CD players that do not have pre-read buffers! The Portable CD player! There was a magical period of my youth where I could take select parts of my CD collection with me while I drove for hours around Japan. It was particularly profound because my soundtracks were carefully curated selections. All it required: a portable CD player, a stockpile of AA batteries, and a to cassette rig. The problem was that my portable CD player didnt have read-forward buffering; if I hit a bump, so did the seamless experience of my soundtrack. At the time, it was very frustrating to be interrupted right when the music was about to rock, but in hindsight, that frustration was of the sort that I would never experience again. I began to explore the possibilities of putting this frustration in a pedal. I put some Alva Noto & Ryuichi Sakamoto on and wrote the software for what would become the CSIDMAN. The first thing to keep in mind about the CSIDMAN is that it completely embraces and makes no apologies for the fact that it is digital (though it does have a 100% analog dry path). Digital is the CSIDMANs aesthetic: as a delay pedal, it strives to reproduce echoes as true to the input as possible without filtering. When you utilize its scratched disc, stuttery, and glitchy behaviors, it is pseudo-random, yet gives you a certain amount of control over the randomness. TIME Controls the echo delay lines delay time up to 725mS, as well as the rate of the glitch. MIX Gives you control over the wet/dry balance from 100% wet to 100% dry. FEED Controls the amount of feedback going back into the unit. CUTS (used in conjunction with the LATCH knob) controls the buffer memory length. LATCH controls the relative time in a cycle that the CSIDMAN is in a latching skipping state. When full counterclockwise, it doesnt skip, allowing you to use the pedal as a traditional digital delay. When full clockwise, the unit is stuck repeating whatever is in the buffer memory. At noon, this knob is a 50/50 balance (though random) between a skip-playback state and non-skip sample state. For skipping CD behaviors. FEED full counter-clockwise, though turning it up creates cool overloading effects that responds to playing dynamics. For an ambient collaborator behavior. MIX Noon or to taste. FEED anywhere turning it up creates cool overloading effects that responds to playing dynamics, but can run away regardless of MIX setting. TIME to taste, but I like starting from 9 to 12 Oclock. CUTS just below noon. For a traditional digital delay set up. Set your LATCH knob full counter-clockwise, ignore the CUTS knob, and use your TIME, MIX, FEED knobs for the desired sound as you would a traditional delay. The item “New Catalinbread CSIDMAN Stutter Glitch Delay Guitar Effects Pedal” is in sale since Wednesday, June 8, 2016. This item is in the category “Musical Instruments & Gear\Guitars & Basses\Parts & Accessories\Effects Pedals\Delay, Echo & Reverb”. The seller is “citymusicsteve” and is located in Leominster, Massachusetts. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Model: CSIDMAN
  • To Fit: Acoustic Electric Guitar
  • MPN: CSIDMAN
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Custom Bundle: No
  • Analog/Digital: Digital
  • Brand: Catalinbread
  • California Prop 65 Warning: WARNING: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer.
  • Type: Delay

New Catalinbread CSIDMAN Stutter Glitch Delay Guitar Effects Pedal