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Catalinbread - Handbuilt Guitar Effects Pedals
  • CATALINBREAD 5F6 distortion overdrive pedal
    CATALINBREAD 5F6 distortion overdrive pedal
    The Formula 5F6 adds vintage tweed Bassman response to Catalinbread's range of Foundation Overdrives, giving you the awesome characteristics of this classic amp into any clean amp.The tweed Bassman may be the most influential *guitar* amp of aAuthentic tweed Bassman tone and responseAmazing dynamics via touch or guitar volume controlIdeal for stacking with fuzzes, ODs, and boosts.Exact three knob... The Formula 5F6 adds vintage tweed Bassman response to Catalinbread's range of F...
  • CATALINBREAD Adineko delay pedal
    CATALINBREAD Adineko delay pedal
    Catalinbread began working on an oil can delay (later to be named the Adineko) in the Summer of 2012, about the same time we were working on the Echorec. We identified a number of very cool behaviors of the old units, though the differences could be dramatic from unit to unit, or day to day (even hour to hour based on the temperature of the oil). The positive behaviors were a cool, bright, but... Catalinbread began working on an oil can delay (later to be named the Adineko) i...
  • Catalinbread Belle Epoch
    Catalinbread Belle Epoch
    Preamp – Famous for making your guitar sound better even when the echoes are turned off.Quality of repeats – The Echoplex was not necessarily “hi-fi”. As the echoes repeated, the signal got progressively degraded, losing low end and gaining a shiny, percussive top end with a bit of grit. The first repeat is strong and then it gets more and more diffused as it repeats. And in a well-tuned unit,... Preamp – Famous for making your guitar sound better even when the echoes are tur...
  • Catalinbread Galileo
    Catalinbread Galileo
    Catalinbread Galileo There is something very special about a treble-booster hitting a Vox AC30. The midrange gets super throaty with an amazing harmonic swirl. Back the guitar volume down and that iconic Vox jangle gets magnified – it can sound angry and aggressive, yet chimey and beautiful at the same time. It’s a complex harmonically laden tone that is very compelling to play. Even though the... Catalinbread Galileo There is something very special about a treble-booster hi...
  • Catalinbread Karma Suture
    Catalinbread Karma Suture
    Catalinbread Karma SutureWhat happens if you take a NOS PNP germanium transistor and an NPN silicon transistor, plus a germanium and silicon diode, and throw them into the alchemist’s pot and stir it up with plenty of Catalinbread sauce? You get a bubbling cauldron of even-order harmonics that will enhance any guitar rig! So, you’re thinking, is it a fuzz? Yes! Is it an overdrive? Yes! Is it a... Catalinbread Karma SutureWhat happens if you take a NOS PNP germanium transistor...
  • Catalinbread Montavillian Echo
    Catalinbread Montavillian Echo
    The Montavillian is a no-frills delay with a dry audiopath designed to not mess with the tone of pedals in front of it. Ever have a great fuzz or overdriven tone that became harsh and thin when you engage an echo pedal situated downstream on your pedalboard? This pedal was designed fatten, not thin out your signal!This is an echo pedal right? So lets talk about what makes the echo parts of the... The Montavillian is a no-frills delay with a dry audiopath designed to not mess ...
  • Catalinbread Sabbra Cadabra
    Catalinbread Sabbra Cadabra
    The Sabbra Cadabra is a custom-tuned Rangemaster-based booster combined with the pre-amp section of a Laney Supergroup. The two circuits are carefully voiced together to achieve the riffs of doom tone that Tony Iommi is so well known for. Four controls (RANGE, GAIN, PRESENCE, and VOL 4) allow you to fine-tune the response to your guitar and rig. If you’re familiar with Sabbath’s live album, ‘Past... The Sabbra Cadabra is a custom-tuned Rangemaster-based booster combined with the...
  • Catalinbread Talisman Reverb
    Catalinbread Talisman Reverb
    We always felt something was amiss with so-called “plate reverb” settings on many products in the marketplace. Lets be honest, they often simply sounded thin, metallic and crappy. It was almost as if the programmers said while tapping on a cookiesheet, “yeah I know what a metal sheet sounds like, I’ll program it to sound that way!”  Our goal was to capture all the goodness of classic studio plate... We always felt something was amiss with so-called “plate reverb” settings on man...