The T-Rex Octavius tri-tone generator works by splitting the signal from your guitar in 3 parts - and then transposing one part an octave down, transposing one part an octave up and leaving the third part where it was. By mixing the 3 signals in different ways, you can create a wide range of rich, thick multi-layered effects.
Octavius lets you get that classic octave-down effect you'll recognize from Hendrix' "Machine Gun" and other recordings. But it also lets you add in a high octave so you can hit your audiences with a sonic wall of three-octave lead lines. You can mix the octaves however you want to create your own signature sound. And the pedal features a controllable boost button to help you lift your solos up above the mix.
|Input Impedance@1KHz||Higher than 1M ohm|
|Output Impedance@1KHZ||Lower than 1K ohm|
|Power supply||12V DC, 1250 mA external power supply. Runs on 100/115/230V AC/50-60Hz, dependent on country|
|Minimum Power supply Voltage||8,5V DC|
|Maximum Power supply Voltage||12,5V DC|
|Current Draw @ 9V DC||155 mA|
|Maximum Input signal Vp/p||2,7 Vp/p|
|External connectors||Input Jack, Output Jack, 9-12V DC Jack|
|Controls||LO OCT, HIGH OCT, MASTER MIX, BOOST|
|Dimensions||100 x 120 x 55mm (3.9 x 4.7 x 2.2 in) + switches and knobs|