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New line of analogue octave pedals launched by Cog Effects

Release Date

Out Now

Product Type

Pedals

Manufacturer

Cog Effects

Contact

www.cogeffects.co.uk

Laura  Barnes
New line of analogue octave pedals launched by Cog Effects

The T-70 features three discrete analogue octave channels.

Each T-47, T-65 and T-70 is built one at a time in Sheffield and features north-mounted jacks to minimise pedalboard footprint.

Cog Effects has expanded its line-up of what it claims is ‘the smallest analogue octave pedal in the world’.

The UK company has introduced three new octave pedals: the brand new T-47 and T-70, and the upgraded and updated T-65.

The T-47 features two independent octave channels, each with level controls for clean signal and one octave down, as well as an adjustable Filter control on each channel to shape the tone of the octave down signal from hairy all the way through to heavily-filtered sub-only tones.

With one footswitch to engage and bypass the pedal and a second footswitch to swap between the two octave channels, the T-47 provides incredible versatility and tone control.

The new and improved T-65 retains the control set of the original, with level controls for clean signal, octave down, octave up, and the parallel effects loop, plus the adjustable Filter control on the octave down.

The parallel effects loop allows you to mix in any effects with your octave and clean signals to create new sounds and textures, like a blend pedal on steroids.

The improvements to the T-65 are based purely around better integration into a pedalboard. The TRS send/return jack of the original has been replaced with individual send and return jacks to allow the use of standard patch cables, and the addition of the Mode footswitch allows you to select your sound when the T-65 is bypassed as either your clean signal or your effects loop signal, meaning any pedal in the T-65 effects loop is still fully accessible even when the T-65 is bypassed.

The brand new T-70 is an absolute beast, featuring three discrete analogue octave channels. The first two channels are independent T-65's, and the third channel is sub-only. This combination makes the T-70 incredibly versatile while also delivering building-crushing tone. The Bypass Mode toggle switch allows you to select your bypass sound as either clean signal or your effects loop, giving full access to the pedals in the effects loop even when the T-70 is bypassed. 

Cog Effects' Tom George said: "I didn't want to build just another otave - it had to be better and encourage creativity wherever possible. I ended up building all three new pedals, and I'm really proud of what they offer!"

Each T-47, T-65 and T-70 is built one at a time in Sheffield, UK, and features north-mounted jacks to minimise pedalboard footprint.

The pedals retail at £160 for the T-47, £170 for the T-65, and £220 for the T-70.

For more information go to www.cogeffects.co.uk

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