Clean boost with sparkle that cuts, great for solo's and additional drive. Designed for Jason Ricci, this is an effect every pedal board should have. This pedal requires a power adapter that is sold separately.
The Clean Cat is the second pedal in a line of signature pedals built for Jason Ricci, who of course, requires no introduction. Jason urged Lone Wolf to design a clean boost pedal with the range needed to suit the modern harp player, one that does not color or distort and can add the drive desired for solo's that will enhance a performance. The Clean Cat does just this and shines while doing it.
Turning the control clockwise increases gain and counterclockwise lowers gain.
The DC adapter requirements are a regulated 9V DC with a minimum 100mA output and a 2.1mm x 5.5mm connector with a negative center. The "IN" jack acts as the pedal ON/OFF switch. Power adapters are sold separately.
- Boost control
- Clean, non distorted gain
- Unaltered tone
- True bypass foot switch
- 9V DC input (barrel a with negative center)
- High impedance buffered input
- Bypass ON/OFF LEDs
- Reverse voltage polarity protection
- 10 year warranty on parts and labor
- If not satisfied, return within 60 days for a refund
Quick delivery Perfect condition Love my gear !
Another great harp pedal
Fantastic customer service from Randy. Ordered the wrong pedal my mistake, Randy sent me the one I wanted with a return slip for the other one. Great addition to my board!
This thing is awesome. You can run it solo and get a very nice effect, from a slight boost to a strong crunch. I’m using it before my Harp Break, same as JR, and it jumps everything up as much as you want when you step on it. Like all the Lone Wolf pedals, I really like how friendly and adjustable it is for harmonica, without being able to go too far. It does boost everything in your chain so if you have it set too high with all your other pedals already maxed out you’ll be in feedback city. But using it solo, or for a moderate boost is great. I’ll never let this one go!
Love this pedal I use it after the Harp Octave. The HO gives it a nice crunch and the Cat articulates the notes, don't really know how to explain it other than to use the term everyone else does, it makes the notes sparkle and makes the amp more responsive.
Clean Cat - Howlin Wolf
It does what it supposed to do but it's a feed back monster. Very difficult to control in a live setting.