Catalinbread's Naga Viper has become a favorite of countless musicians worldwide for its simple yet timeless sound. Now, players can experience its incredible tone all over again with the Naga Viper MKII. While its voice is largely similar to the original model, this version now features a tastefully reworked circuit, an upgraded transistor, and a new attenuation control. Read on if you're interested in a killer treble booster pedal that's sure to inspire full-on classic rock riffage!
The Catalinbread Naga Viper MKII sports a higher-gain transistor than the MKI, allowing it to dish out more heat and drive your amp harder - a necessity for guitarists chasing dirty, driving rock 'n' roll tones. If you crank the Heat and Boost controls, you'll find it has a hotter, edgier sound compared to the V1, giving it a wider sonic range. It also boasts a superior noise floor for seamless pedalboard integration.
Heavily inspired by vintage treble boosters like the Dallas Rangemaster, Catalinbread equipped the Naga Viper MKII with an attenuation knob that controls its input level. Back in the day, players often just plugged their guitar into a treble booster and directly into an amp - there were no multi-effect pedalboards to obscure the booster's intended sound. By adjusting the attenuation control, players can reduce the level hitting the front end of the Naga Viper MKII, giving it a less saturated, more authentic sound.
All in all, the Catalinbread Naga Viper MKII is a fantastic treble booster pedal that offers an expanded feature set over the original model. Contact us today if you've been searching for a classic rock 'n' roll pedal with a hot, bright sound!
Type: Treble Booster
Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Dimensions: 1.96" x 2.36" x 4.33"