Apr 3, 2018

At NAMM 2018, Ryan from Fuzzrocious came to our Stompbox Booth to demo the company’s new, fast tracking digital octave up/down circuit called Jawn.

The circuit is actually not a pedal, but an “extra” that can be added to any of the manufacturer’s existing effects.

Today our NAMM videographer Eric Merrow put out this video that sheds extra light on the Octave Jawn, check it out below.

Discover more new devices presented at NAMM2018 in our comprehensive, interactive page, here.

Octave Jawn is a digital octaver specifically made to track faster than many other digital octavers on the market. It is fully polyphonic, meaning that it can track chords, unlike an analog octaver that only (sometimes) tracks single notes.
The top-left pot (small knob) mixes your clean and octaved signal.
The massive center pots (big jawn) does full octave down at counterclockwise, full octave up at clockwise, and a mix of octave down and up at noon.

Here’s how this will differ from most things you’ll see at NAMM: THIS WON’T BE A PEDAL. Huh? Octave Jawn will ONLY be available as a drop-in mod. You can have it added to effects from our line right on our website in the Mods dropdown windows AND we’ll even mod your existing Fuzzrocious products to add it.

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