Spoiled by the various tube driven echo units Catalinbread has around their shop, they wanted the Montavillian Echo to sound and feel just as BIG! So they went all out on the audio path on this thing.... Click To Read More About This Product
Spoiled by the various tube driven echo units Catalinbread has around their shop, they wanted the Montavillian Echo to sound and feel just as BIG! So they went all out on the audio path on this thing... They took painstaking efforts to make the dry signal sound and feel better when on, than with the pedal bypassed.
The Montavillian Echo utilizes the PT2399 chip, one of the more common delay chips used in modern delays, however, rather than slavishly following the datasheet, Catalinbread threw it out and ventured out on their own, using their ears to guide them, and what they achieved is a fantastic sounding delay, with a slew of sounds in a small, easy-to-use footprint.
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Comments about Catalinbread Montavillian Echo Guitar Effects Pedal:
I spent a few weeks listening to dozens and dozens of YouTube reviews of just about every delay pedal I could find (searching through inventories of GC, Musician's Friend, Sweetwater, Pro Guitar Shop and others). Then, after winnowing down the candidates to about five, I went out & played them to confirm my findings. There are some very nice delay pedals, among them Aquapuss. The Catalinbread Montavillian was, for me, the easiest to use (especially on the fly at a gig), the best designed, and best sounding of 'em all.
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