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Cog Effects Launches Rogue One Octave Fuzz

Cog Effects is pleased to announce the release of the Rogue One Analogue Octave Bass Fuzz.

Featuring two full-featured Grand Tarkin bass fuzz channels and a third parallel sub-octave channel taken from the T-70, Rogue One provides enormous flexibility and skull-crushing tone. Each fuzz channel is supplemented with additional controls to further refine the sound as well as how the fuzz integrates with the octave.

The clipping diodes can be removed from either or both clipping stages on the fuzz channels, and the clipping voicing can also be changed with the Depth switches to transcend through a broad range of Triangle, Russian and NYC tones. This allows for great variation between the two fuzz channels, and the A/B footswitch lets you swap between both channels on the fly.

In addition to that, the sub-octave channel can be added in parallel to either fuzz channel to totally obliterate the front row as well as the building foundations. The Clean Kill toggle on each channel allows the user to mute the clean signal when the octave is engaged to help balance levels between modes, and the Filter control that has been so popular on the rest of the Cog Effects octave range is included to shape the octave from fuzzy to subby.

Each Rogue One is engraved and built one at a time and features true bypass switching, aluminium enclosure and no PCB-mounted jacks - designed and engineered for a life on the road.

The company founder writes, "This is the best bits of the Tarkin, Grand Tarkin and T-65 added together to make a speaker-busting combo that's equally at home in a synth bass setup as it is on a rock pedalboard. Whatever your bag, this thing rips!"

Features:

  • Flexible control sets and pedalboard-friendly design
  • Parallel octave to create new and unique sounds
  • Individually engraved Hammond 1590XX Aluminium Enclosures
  • True Bypass Switching
  • 9-volt standard DC input

For more information please visit Cog Effects.

 

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