Caroline Guitar Company Shigeharu Mk II - IC Fuzz + Octave


Caroline Guitar Company

Hey folks! It’s been a busy, fantastic year for us – so while we’ve been hustling to get things done, we’re pumped to offer a few very limited pieces for Black Friday (and earlier, if you happen to be on our mailing list). For international purchases, an additional actual price surcharge will be invoiced before shipment. Thanks!

img_8958-1This is the advance release of Shigeharu, our follow-up to our Olympia fuzz. First off, I have to say is that this thing is RAD as f__k. A collaboration with our friend John Snyder at Electronic Audio Experiments, it’s a hybrid integrated circuit, transistor, and audio transformer fuzz that is massive, incredible, and awesome. If you can imagine a “muff-style” fuzz brought into high definition, with both clarity and woof on demand, you get the picture. The Havoc momentary button activates a parallel octave fuzz that gets mixed in with the main fuzz, OR both fuzz circuits can be left on and the havoc button becomes a kill/mute/stutter switch.

We’ll be finally putting these up for general release in 2017, but we’re offering an exclusive limited advance run of these for our customers in this limited Silver color. This is a one-time deal and this color will not be offered again.

As is tradition with our advance releases, a portion of the proceeds will go to a charity. For this pedal, we’ve chosen MIRCI. MIRCI, the Mental Illness Recovery Center, Inc. is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization that assists individuals with mental illness to recover in the areas of their lives impacted by their illness through housing, behavioral healthcare, and assistance with obtaining and managing their disability income.

These pedals are in progress, will ship before Christmas, and will include a special limited t-shirt in the size you specify.

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