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Wampler Faux Spring Reverb Guitar2 Version 1 CataPulp British Distortion
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Several months ago Brian was approached to design a pedal that could faithfully reproduce the tones of a specific citrus colored, British amp made famous by artists like Jimmy Page, Weezer, Queens of the Stone Age, and Slipknot. After spending countless hours tweaking the circuit and testing it against those iconic amps - he did it! Introducing - the cataPulp.
The cataPulp's gain structure truly represents what every great amp in a box (AIAB) should be - with super clean tones that get increasingly dirtier after the "12 o'clock" setting. This allows you to cover a lot of ground between those classic rock inspired tones all the way to a thick syrupy metal territory - Use it as a tone shaper or a secondary gain stage - a truly versatile tonal workhorse! The cataPulp also features an active 3 band EQ and top mounted jacks and our soft click electrical relay true by-pass switch. We use a true-bypass relay because it utilizes a quieter and smoother switch that is more reliable than traditional bypass switches. Your original tone/signal will remain unaffected when the pedal is not engaged.
The cataPulp can provide you with everything from pristine cleans to the edgy, aggressive, grittier side of British distortion. It's time to stand back and let your tone do the fighting.
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I was able to get a near exact tone with the Pinnacle by manipulating the tone and contour. Being that the Perplexed has a bass, mid and treble control, it goes to show just how versatile the Contour control really is.
But the pedal can do SO much more. While I prefer the warm mids of the Vintage mode, the Modern mode will give you a brighter edge suitable for 80's thrash metal through modern rock. There is a ton of gain on tap, even without the boost, and plenty of volume to kick the front end of an amp.
But I ended exchanging the pedal for the Deluxe model. The main reason is that with the gain at anywhere above 12:00, kicking in the boost does add hiss (expected for this much gain). So I wanted to be able to control it with the pedal to kick it off (and the noise) during quiet parts of our songs. Also, it is just so much more handy having the boost on a footswitch for lead boosts. Not only does it give you a slight kick in volume, but it gives you that stacked OD pedals "butter" lead sound with infinite sustain. Having the boost on the pedal allows me to just use this one pedal on by board for rhythm and lead OD sounds, where before, I'd use a second "tube screamer" type pedal afterward to boost mids and volume for leads.
Overall, you can't go wrong with this pedal, but if you do want the versatility of having a dynamic OD for rhythm, plus a super compressed OD for leads, think about the Deluxe model.
I've done a side by side comparison between this one and its brothers the Sovereign and the Pinnacle, as well as the Okko Dominator, and the Triple Wreck is one mean beast.
Aesthetically, the new version that i got may look a bit more "cool" compared to the older versions, but i believe the circuitry is no different from that of the original release.