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Malekko Heavy Industry Wolftone Helium Analog Octave Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal
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Sanctioned by Todd Wolfgram, Malekko releases the hand-built, all-analog Wolftone HELIUM pedal.A brief history of the Wolftone pedals: in the early 2...Read More
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An all-analog octave distortion designed by Todd Wolfgram and Malekko.
Sanctioned by Todd Wolfgram, Malekko releases the hand-built, all-analog Wolftone HELIUM pedal.
A brief history of the Wolftone pedals: in the early 2000²s, our friends Studio Electronics released two superb Todd Wolfgram designed effect pedals, the Wolftone HELIUM and Wolftone CHAOS. These pedals have since earned almost mythical status due to their intense distortions and unique sounds which were unlike anything else available as well as their rarity.
Now, after months of close work with Todd, this updated version of the legendary HELIUM features a second WOLF setting to augment the original pedal' two position octave sonic palette and has been designed to operate with a ˜standard™ 9v neg tip power supply. The HELIUM is an Octavia style distortion pedal coupled with an intense octave up effect. Its ˜Texture™ and ˜Octave™ switches will take your sound from a vintage Tychobrae scream to a clear, sweet, singing octave, while the ˜Mix™ control lets you blend your original fundamental note into the effect. The interaction of gain to dynamic response work together to make the Helium the most versatile and pivotal œoctave up pedal to date.
The pedal is powered by a 9v DC adapter (neg tip) or internal battery snap. Current draw is 50mA.
Unique distortion from a legendary pedal maker. Order today!
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Comments about Malekko Heavy Industry Wolftone Helium Analog Octave Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal:
A great pedal if you're looking for a compact, fuzz. I felt it was too thin sounding to stay on my board, wishing it could have had a bit more low-end nastiness to it. I found the pedal to serve the purpose more of a basic fuzz pedal than an octave pedal.