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Thread [News] Octavius Squeezer analog bass synth

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1 Posted on 07/16/2008 at 02:34:38
Godlyke Distributing Inc. announces the release of Chunk Systems' Octavius Squeezer analog bass synthesizer. The Octavius Squeezer is the world's first analog/digital hybrid bass synthesizer to be housed in a compact stompbox format. With an analog audio path that features a variety of synth, octave, fizz, and filter effects and a digital preset system that allows constant reconfiguration of the audio signal path and storage of parameter settings as well as an on-board tuner and tap-tempo metronome, the Octavius Squeezer is one pedal truly sticks out from what is already available and is most probably worth some attention...

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