ENO Myomorpha Distortion released
ENO Music has released Myomorpha, a distortion pedal inspired by an überfamous rodent stompbox of the 90s.
According to Merriam-Webster, the Myomorpha is “the largest suborder of Rodentia comprising the true rats, mice and related rodents”. You will then have recognized the animal ENO refers here to for its new distortion pedal.
The device features a large distortion knob, two level and filter controls and a 2-way switch allows for going from a vintage tone to a more aggressive Turbo mode.
The ENO Myomorpha Distortion is available for 54€.
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