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Devi Ever Destructo Noctavia Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal
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The Devi Ever Destructo Noctavia Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal is a octave effect that adds a blistering fuzz. Many have stated it changed the way ...Click To Read More About This Product
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A total psychedelic effect that will change the way you play!
The Devi Ever Destructo Noctavia Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal is a octave effect that adds a blistering fuzz. Many have stated it changed the way they play guitar, for the better. This pedal has been described as "The end of hearing." Works well with bass, guitar, vocals, synths, drums, and anything else you can run through it.
- Volume Knob Adds Lots Of Gain On Tap
- Control Knob Changes The Fuzz Texture
- True Bypass
- MXR Sized Enclosure
- Boutique Quality Components
- Incredibly Low Ma Draw
- Silicon Transistor Based
- 9 Volt, 2.1 Mm, Negative Tip Power Jack
- 9 Volt Battery Snap Inside (Unscrew The Back Plate)
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The Destructo Noctavia is a particularly searing and attention grabbing fuzz flavor. It will frighten and intimidate. I definitely found it most useful for lead guitar work as opposed to chords. It's pretty bright in tone. It also has a really cool subtle octave-up that just destroys anything you run through it (in the best of ways). The DN is brutal and not for everyone. But you want one.
This thing makes a Fuzz Factory look positively friendly. It's the most biting, spitting, noisy, destructive octave fuzz I've ever seen or heard. The range of textures available goes from a crackling hail of broken glass (Ampeg Scrambler squared), to a howl like tearing metal. It's still extremely reactive and organic-feeling, as though it was taking all the elements of your playing and translating them into some strange, otherworldly language. You can have tremendous tonal variation just by hitting the strings harder or softer.Only for the adventurous, obviously.