NAMM 2012: Catalinbread

IK Multimedia's iRig Pro I/O

Catalinbread showed at NAMM for the first time in 2012 with a really cool display. They had plenty of cool new pedals to check out, but in the true spirit of showmanship they drew a lot of attention with a set of special Custom Shop Fuzz Flowers handpainted by Sharlet Thompson. These amazing creations feature the Catalinbread line as well as some special fuzz creations built by Bryan Lundstrom.

Also on show:

The Nautilux Chorus-Vibrato (All analog utilizing high voltage MN3007 bucket brigade chips, tap tempo capable, stereo dual modulated outputs, level control inspired by the classic CE-1, powerful tone circuit, mix control, independent rate and depth for both modes vibrato and chorus),expression pedal capable to control rates or depth).

The Octapussy (Three knob octave fuzz which works whether played high on the frets or chunky power chords, special LED bypass to preserve the highest tonal feel).

A classic UNI-VIBE inspired prototype (independent rate controls for chorus and vibrato modes, incandescent bulb opto controlled phase shift stages, Cancel function which allows for old school uni-vibe bypass sounds, offset knob to control the center frequency of the vibe, input knob allows the player to control the input impedance from traditional to high, expression pedal and tap tempo capable).