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DOD Gonkulator Ring Modulator and Meatbox Sub Synth Pedal Updates Introduced

(PRESS RELEASE): HARMAN’s DigiTech and UK distributor Sound Technology Ltd are pleased to announce immediate availability of the DOD Gonkulator Ring Modulator (2015) and DOD Meatbox Sub Synth (2015) pedals.

“Freq out!”  The updated DOD Gonkulator Ring Modulator (2015) has all of the clangy, robotic sounds, of the infamous ‘90’s era original, but with a far more flexible, adjustable, carrier signal control. The adjustable carrier signal allows you to tune the ring modulation giving you the ability to go from slightly-skewed modulation to wildly, atonal chaos. But wait there is more to the Gonkulator than just off-kilter pendulous tones, the Gonkulator is actually two effects in one! The Gonk has an aggressive distortion circuit to further mangle your guitar’s signal.

The DOD Gonkulator (2015) offers independent Gain, Distortion, Output, Frequency and Ring controls. It features true bypass circuitry, an updated PSU jack and vintage-style aluminium chassis. True bypass allows your tone to remain pristine even when the DOD Gonkulator is off. This is a big difference from the original, which would colour your bypassed tone and the modern 9V DC power supply input makes the pedal more pedal-board friendly.

Features

  • Adjustable Carrier Signal
  • True bypass
  • 9V DC power supply jack
  • Crisp blue status LE
  • Lighter aluminum chassis

Answering the call of low frequency freaks everywhere, the DOD Meatbox (2015) is an updated take on the cult favourite Meatbox from the ‘90s. As a bass subharmonic synthesiSer and low-end enhancer, the Meatbox can produce a range of sounds from a slight thickening to a full-on, low-end assault! Use the Meatbox on bass guitars, extended-range guitars, synths, even drum machines and push all the air out of any room. If you’re looking for a new way to move your audience, look no further.

More than just a low frequency boost, the DOD Meatbox (2015) can also cut frequencies for tone sculpting as an interactive EQ and even produce distortion depending on where the output level is set.

The DOD Meatbox (2015) offers independent Octave, Output Level, Subharmonic and Low Frequency controls. True bypass allows your tone to remain pristine even when the DOD Meatbox is off. This is a big difference from the original, which would colour your bypassed tone. The modern 9V DC power supply input makes the pedal more pedal-board friendly.

Features

  • TRS Output
  • True bypass
  • 9V DC power supply jack
  • Crisp blue status LED
  • Lighter aluminum chassis  

For more information on DOD Gonkulator Ring Modulator & Meatbox Sub Synth Pedal Reissues.

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