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Pigtronix PolySaturator is a compact yet powerful distortion featuring an extra-wide gain range coupled with precision tuned graphic EQs and a Class A, J-FET front end. The PolySaturator produces everything from vintage tweed style break up to outrageous over the top screaming high gain shred tone. It is extremely low noise and can be used as a lead channel or in front of your amp's lead channel.
Unprecedented touch sensitivity and overall range of distortion tones is achieved through multiple gain stages, and active EQ, perfectly balanced to give the musician enhanced control and expression using picking dynamics alone. The PolySaturator can do gritty, edge-of-overdrive sounds, but crank up the gain and you will be assaulted by face melting ultra-high gain tone that will please shredders and shoe-gazers alike with impressive string to string clarity. Our unique JRC4558D powered EQ circuits provide 12 db / octave active filtering over three distinct audio bands. This powerful EQ structure combined with our solid-state of the art approach to tube emulation, allows the musician to dial up wildly diverse and satisfying textures of analog distortion.
For those guitarists who are looking to graduate beyond more common and outdated OD pedals, the PolySaturator presents a flexible and affordable alternative that will outperform any other boutique or mass production distortion pedal available. Great on guitar, bass, drums and synthesizers!
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