Spaceman Saturn V Harmonic Booster

Spaceman Saturn V Harmonic Booster

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  • Saturn V Harmonic Booster
  • Black Edition
  • Blue Metallic Edition
  • Chrome Edition
  • Copper Edition
  • Light Blue Edition
  • Pearl Edition
  • Red Edition
  • Ruined Edition
  • Silver Edition
  • White/White Edition
  • 2010s
Made In
  • United States
Pedal Format
  • Standard


The best way to describe the Spaceman Saturn V is a harmonic booster, though it generally defies concrete categorization. Harmonic enhancement and low-gain boost is the name of the game with this unique pedal, with just Boost and Drive controls to enhance your tone or push it up +18dB of boost. Many special editions and special finishes make each Saturn V individual in its own way and make many of these pedals extremely valuable.
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The Spaceman Saturn V comes in 10 Limited Editions: Silver (199 produced), Blue Metallic (80 produced), Ruined (77 produced), White/White (66 produced), Pearl (60 produced), Copper (50 produced), Red (33 produced), Chrome (25 produced), Black (22 produced), and Light Blue (3 produced) These limited editions are slightly different naming conventions than later pedals by Spaceman. The Pearl Edition is more commonly labeled as White Edition (White Housing, Black Faceplate) on other Spaceman Pedals, while the White Edition has a White Housing with a White Faceplate. Chrome Edition is a dark gray, with a matching faceplate, as opposed to the usual polished Silver housing. Ruined lies in between Silver and Chrome, with the same knob and light appointments as the Silver Edition. Light Blue and Metallic Blue can be differentiated by the indicator light - Light Blue uses the same Yellow LED as Black Edition, while Metallic Blue uses a Blue Amp Jewel. As always, the easiest way to identify the Edition is by the serial number plate.

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