Catlinbread Merkin

September 20, 2011

$149 streetimg

KNOBS Volume, Texture

SOUNDS Delivers everything from ’60s-style “Spirit in the Sky” buzz to sizzling snarl to hugely sustaining, heavy-bottom tones depending on where you set the wide-ranging Texture knob. Between these extremes, the Texture control offers a treasure trove of cool sounds—everything from chiming, belllike tonalities that glisten at low guitar volume to fat, dynamic tones in the wheelhouse of a good Fuzz Face when cranked up.

WHO’S IT FOR? Hardcore fuzz fans who wants a wide ranging and touch-responsive pedal that packs strong output, responds well to guitar volume changes, and has enough low-end girth for heavier styles.


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