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The Pedals of the

Namm 2019 Stompbox Booth

Cooper FX

Moment Machine

Cusack Music

Screamer Fuzz

Deep Space Devices



Unit 67

One of the most tweakable (and

yet easy to use) pitch shifters

available in hardware form. Featuring

two independent polyphonic

pitch shifting engines, a

powerful sixteen step sequencer,

and over two hundred user

adjustable parameters.

A limited edition (50 unitts) Tube

Screamer-style overdrive with an

extra fuzz on top that can gets

you a wide variety of sounds.

This pedal expands on past versions

by including the additions

of a tone/gate control knob, and

a Germanium setting as one of

the three clipping options (Silicon

and LED are the other two).

The Trigonaut is an overdrive

pedal with octave glitch/

stutter capabilities where the

octaves perform the glitch/

stutter effect.

A versatile multi-functional EQ/

dynamics tone-shaping tool

including a “Rangemaster-like”

mid control, a boost and 1176

style one-knob compressor—all

in one extremely practical compact

guitar pedal. The Range

control will help you cut through

the mix adding sparkle and bite.

The compressor is transparent

and through the blend mode can

add the right amount of sustain

while retaining pick dynamics.

Dusky Amp


Glou Glou




Massive FX

G.O.A.F. Fuzz

A versatile fuzz/overdrive/distortion

pedal with a wide gain range,

an adjustable low end, a specially

designed input buffer, and a

MOSFET-based output buffer.

It spans from ragged crunch to

bludgeoning fuzz—all while remaining

musical. The low end

can be tailored for any instrument

across a range of musical styles.

A pedal featuring four parallel

resonant band-pass filters and

a versatile modulation circuit

applied to them. The filters’ frequency

can be adjusted separately

with a shared volume and

resonance control, and each has

its own “modulation send” control

as well. The toggle switch

on the top engages a gated fuzz.

The RM-1N is a unique and extremely

versatile reverb - some

have called it an amp in a box

but that’s putting it lightly.

A hand-wired recreation of

the octave fuzz Burns Buzzaround,

popularized by Fripp

in the 1970s with separate

fuzz, mid-range and treble

controls. The right footswitch

triggers the Fuzz, the Left one

the Vintage Octave.

6 the deli Winter 2019

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