CNZ Audio

SCB-10 | Crush Bit Pedal


Keep It On The Lo-Fi

Whether you want your guitar to sound like it's being played through a 1980's gaming console, or you want to add some vintage synth qualities to your tone, the SCB-10 Crush Bit pedal is a great way to do it. The Crush Bit uses 2 popular types of "crushing" technology; Sample Rate Reduction and Resolution Reduction. For example, the sample rate of a standard audio CD is 44.1 kHz. That means, every second, over 44,000 snapshots of the audio signal are captured. Compare that to the popular Speak & Spell toy from the 1970's that used 8 kHz sampling. Imagining your favorite song being processed and played back through a Speak & Spell is a prime example of Sample Rate Reduction. Audio Resolution is very similar to video and photo resolution. A low-res photo looks grainy and not quite accurate. When you reduce the resolution of audio, the same thing happens. You lose some details like dynamic/volume threshold levels andtonal nuances. Sound too sciency? Plug it in and see how boopy and boppy your tone can get. If anything, you'll have a lot of fun.


    • Solid Aluminum Housing with Firm Foot Switch
    • Switch between Hi-Pass, Lo-Pass and Normal Filtering Modes
    • Mix Knob Adjusts the Ratio between Wet and Dry Signal
    • Crush Knob Adjusts the Amount of Audio Resolution Reduction
    • Filter Knob Adjusts the Range of Bit Depth Reduction
    • True Bypass Circuitry to Allow for Transparent Tone Pass-Through when Pedal is Off


    • Dimensions: 3.75 L x 1.77 W x 1.9H Inches
    • 9VDC Input (- center, + outside), 10 mA
    • 470K Ohms Input Impedance
    • 470 Ohms Output Impedance
    • .53 lbs (including box)
    • Solid Aluminum Housing on All Sides
    • 1/4 Inch Input and Output Connectors

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