Klinger Ravi

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Klinger Ravi


$249.00 $199.00

1 in stock


The Ravi is a Fuzz Octave pedal in the style of the sounds heard on the Hendrix recordings. This pedal has been push further the created more sonic possibilities. The option to switch from octave sounds to straight ahead fuzz makes it a very cool all in one fuzz pedal.The pre knob adds the ability to generate a clean octave sound to allow the sound to really pop!

The pedal has been hand built and tuned one at a time in Melbourne Australia

  • Durable powder coated finish.
  • Handmade In Melbourne Australia
  • Highest quality components matching and construction.
  • Fast action high quality true bypass foot switch.



Ben George

May 8, 2020at 9:14 pm

Hello, interested in the Ravi octave fuzz. Where can I hear what it sounds like? I’m in Melbourne. Would I be able to test it out sometime to possibly purchase? Cheers, Ben

    Shaun Klinger

    May 11, 2020at 9:24 am

    Hi Ben,
    There is a small snippet in one of Brett Kingmans new videos. https://youtu.be/ePz7w5Mq4vk The Ravi is an improved version of this early prototype. Thanks for you interest.

Antoni Bojarczuk

May 11, 2020at 6:36 am

I cant find any information if it is silicon or germanium based.
it would be great to hear an answer (;

    Shaun Klinger

    May 11, 2020at 9:34 am

    Hello Antoni,
    Thanks for your interest. The Ravi is a silicon based pedal with a Germanium rectification section. All the best


      February 22, 2021at 12:22 am

      What’s the circuit based on? Tycobrahe with mini transformer? Foxx tone machine? Roger Mayer?

        Shaun Klinger

        February 23, 2021at 9:17 am

        Hello, This is based on the Tycobrahe. I use high quality mechanical 3PDT switches in my builds.


          April 15, 2021at 4:57 am

          Is the Ravi Octave daisy chain friendly? Original tycobrahe needs operates on -9V.

          Shaun Klinger

          April 15, 2021at 8:51 am

          Yes this pedal can be daisy chained and runs on normal boss style centre negative power supply.
          Thank you for your interest in my pedals.


February 22, 2021at 12:19 am

Do you use relay/momentary or mechanical 3PDT switches?

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