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Catalinbread Galileo is designed to deliver the treble booster into cranked Vox sound   02-Aug-12

The Catalinbread Galileo, available exclusively through Pro Guitar Shop, combines two pedals to deliver the sought after treble booster into cranked Vox sound.
Catalinbread has created a hotter upgrade to CB30, added a dedicated, fine tuned treble boost, courtesy of their Naga Viper circuitry, and housed it all in a single gold pedal decorated with with rock n' royal graphics.
Catalinbread says that the Galileo delivers the regal, operatic sound you would expect from a wall of AC30s with all of the controls you need to rule your own creative realm. They tell us that in addition to controls for Volume, Bass and Treble, the Gain control gives you a broad sweep of that singularly expressive overdrive while the Top Boost control lets you dial in all of the high end definition that will take your breath away. Two footswitches give you the flexibility to operate without the high-end augmentation, or opt for true bypass of the whole pedal. A Pro Guitar Shop spokesman had this to say, "In January of 2012 I began speaking with Nicholas from Catalinbread about making us a dual overdrive pedal. I didn't have anything specific in mind. I wanted to begin the discussion of putting two of his drive pedals in one box. After a couple of meetings and many cocktails we agreed that it would make a great deal of sense to put the CB30 and Naga Viper together in one box and go after a cranked AC30 with a treble booster sound. A sound made famous by many Vox users of the 60's. We then began to think a bit more of a specific sound that we were looking for and the Galileo was born. Scaramouche! Scaramouche! Will you do the Fandango?!"
Catalinbread Galileo Features:
  • Redesigned CB30 and Dedicated Naga Viper Circuitry
  • Volume, Treble, Bass, Gain and Top Boost Controls
  • True Bypass
  • 4.7" (12cm) x 3.7" (9.40cm) x 1.5" (3.8cm)
  • Standard -9vdc or Battery Operation
Pricing and Availability:
$199.00 More information:
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