Deep Space Devices launches the Trigonaut
Although it’s a fuzz pedal at heart, the Trigonaut is capable of far more experimental sounds.
Deep Space Devices has unveiled its latest creation: the Trigonaut.
The pedal has a fuzz circuit and unique modulation options, namely the ‘octave glitch’ and ‘stutter’ effects. Both are best suited for the experimental guitarist: The former resembles a distorted robotic voice while the latter produces strange dissonant tones.
The overall effect is governed by three master knobs. Volume and gain need little introduction. On the other hand, a Reign knob shapes two parameters: the tone of the lower mids and the presence level of the octave glitch or stutter, depending which you have engaged.
Here’s a brief breakdown of how they can be sculpted:
Fuzz Toggle Switch
- “Bite” preset: Produces a trebly and mid-focused drive
- “Gnaw” preset: Produces a mid-focused drive
- “Crunch” preset: Produces a mid- and bass-focused drive
EQ and modulation
- “Bass” switch
- Up: Boosts bass presence
- “Feedback” switch
- Up: Produces more treble in the output
- Down: Produces a levelled drive output
- “Stutter” switch
- Up: Activates the octave glitch
- Down: Activates the stutter
- “Bypass” switch: Engages the pedal
- “Consume” switch: Engages the octave glitch/stutter effect
- “Momentary” switch: Temporarily engages the octave glitch/stutter effect at maximum level
Hear the pedal in action here:
Pre-orders at $215. More information at deepspacedevices.com.
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