Sausage Fingers – glitchy, stuttery octave overdrive

We’ll be discontinuing Sausage Fingers in October.

If you want to get notified when the last few go on sale sign up to our mailing list.

Sausage Fingers is based on the old BOSS OC2 schematic. We added some gain, took out the second octave, added a mids boost for the first octave and popped in a wee synth hack for some square wave fun.

Here’s a couple of wee vids

and here’s another!

One more for luck

Controls are:

bone – direct level

hair – gain

lard – one octave below

meat – mids boost for octave

gristle – synth hack (switch)

span – gate for synth hack

What does what?

Bone is your direct level, fully clockwise is just above parity. Lard is one octave below, it tracks better on bass than it does on guitar. Hair is the gain control for the direct level, but it also destabilises the octave. Meat is a mid boost for the octave, it really adds a lot of texture to the octave, making it sound less like a sine wave. Gristle is a switch for the synth hack, up is on, down is off. This will make your lower octave all square wavey. Span sets the gate of this lo-fi hack.

Also check out this super cool review of Sausage Fingers on