One of the cooler effects we got to check out at NAMM this year was the Fuzzrocious Pedals Octave Jawn. (Jawn is Philly slang for “thing”.) Builder Ryan Ratajski says the new digital octaver will be a drop-in mod for his pedals.
“Octave Jawn is a digital octaver specifically made to track faster than many other digital octavers on the market,” he writes on the Fuzzrocious website. “It is fully polyphonic, meaning that it can track chords, unlike an analog octaver that only (sometimes) tracks single notes. The top-left pot (small knob) mixes your clean and octaved signal. The massive center pots (big jawn) does full octave down at counterclockwise, full octave up at clockwise, and a mix of octave down and up at noon.”
Get a taste of the Octave Jawn with this quick demo:
The Fuzzrocious Pedals Octave Jawn will be available as a drop-in mod to their lineup or to existing Fuzzrocious pedals. It will be available this spring at $100 for a new build and $125 as a drop-in for existing pedals.
Fuzzrocious Pedals Octave Jawn Pedal Features:
|Dry/Wet Mix Knob|
|Octave down/Octave Up Mix Knob|