[NAMM] Electro-Harmonix Octavix
Many of you noticed in the Electro-Harmonix demo room at NAMM 2015 the new Octavix effect. Here are the details of this new stompbox.
The EHX Octavix reproduces the classic octave up fuzz effect in a Nano format pedal.
You can control the output level, fuzz amount (Boost) and upper octave volume (Octave). Electro-Harmonix also installed a mini-toggle that allows for selecting the voltage for the entire circuit between 9V and 24V (power rails) ; at 9V you’ll get a classic tone and at 24V the sound is thicker and the octave richer.
The Octavix is equipped with a LED and true bypass. It’s powered by a 9V battery or optional adapter.
You’ll find more info about the new Octavix at www.ehx.com and here’s the awaited demo:
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