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Catalinbread – Pareidolia Harmonic Mesmerizer – Review

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Catalinbread – Pareidolia Harmonic Mesmerizer – Review

This review was submitted by Guitar Jar contributor: Kevin

Being that I do not have the funds to purchase a vintage Fender tweed twin reverb, I was delightfully intrigued, when I found out that my friends at Catalinbread were up to the challenge of recreating one of the most iconic tremolo/vibratos ever.

…look no further, I’m sure you’ll love it…

Features:

Catalinbred Pareidolia Harmonic MesmerizerSimple and strait forward: depth, rate and volume, are the only parameters you have to worry about, from 9 to 18 volt operation and lots of variable volume boost.

And as always, True bypass.

Ease of use:

3 knobs and only 2 control the effect rate and depth, from choppy tremolo to a lush sweeping phase. Too easy.

Sound Quality:

Whether placed pre dirt, post dirt, in an effects loop, it still has its shimmer, without making your guitar sound over processed.

Reliability:

Hand built in the USA with only the highest quality parts, I’ve never had an issue and if so I’m sure Catalinbread would be more than happy to help out!

Overall Rating:

5 out of 5 stars.

If you need a tremolo that doesn’t sound like your typical BOSS TR-2, and all of the tone loss associated with them, look no further I’m sure you’ll love it.

This review was submitted by Guitar Jar contributor: Kevin

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