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Nov 27, 2018

The Queequeg is a simple device (in particular by KMA Machines’ standards) that does one thing but does it well: a analog monophonic suboctave generator.

The only knob blends the mix of clean signal and sub-octave.

Check out the earth-shattering demos by Pedal Fusaion and The Livingroom Gear Demos, below.

Queequeq is KMA Audio Machine’s take on a simple, yet massive analog monophonic suboctave generating device.
Our aim was to provide a super easy to use and ultra-fast tracking suboctaver in a small footprint that works equally well on guitar, bass and synth, so these classic earth-shakingly awesome tones can find their way to any setup out there.

With its one knob SUB control, you are able to dial in the right blend of the generated suboctave and your clean signal. Queequeq’s quick tracking benefits from the all-analog circuit design, giving you a very organic and smooth suboctave sound. Thickening up your tone slightly, blasting out faux bass-synth resonances or even filling in for a missing bass sound are just some of Queequeg’s specialties. The SUB control goes from completely clean on the left, to 100% suboctave action on the right side and with different sonic blends in between. Your search for an easy to set and great-sounding all analog sub octaver ends right here with the Queequeg.