Lastgasp Art Laboratories / Gomorrah Input Sensitive Subharmonic Fuzz / 2017 / Effect For Sale

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The "GOMORRAH - input sensitive subharmonic fuzz" (GMR) is a subharmonic fuzz pedal which creates a synthetic lower octave sound.

The pitch of octave sound depends on the intensity of the input (instrument) signal. The basic idea is that if the input signal is strong, the input pitch is output. The output pitch is one octave down if the intensity is middle, and it is two octave down if the intensity is weak.

The pitch steps is caused by the input signal and it acts a random arpeggiator.

Lastgasp Art Laboratories, Australia  

Contact name:
Hirofumi Uchino
Lastgasp Art Laboratories
English & Japanese
Handmade pedals
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Originally our pedals/instruments were created for noise musician. The concept is still active and it might be cause of bad handling. But many "musician" enjoy the products, even major artists use those. And we believe they could make something different sounds with (sometimes "without") any kind of instruments. 

Our products are built by hand include circuit boards, case machining, painting, silk screening and assembling. 


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