CETI E.S.U. Kickstarts Pocket-Sized Guitar Processor

The Ceti E.S.U. (Electronic Sound Unit) a guitar and bass processor roughly the size of a smartphone.


The E.S.U. offers 64GB storage to record tracks or store music to play along to, as well as amplifier models inspired by famous amps like Gibson EH-185, Fender Deluxe Reverb, Marshall JTM-45, and the Fender Bassman. Ceti also points out that the E.S.U.’s processor features 24-bit audio processing with sample rates up to 192 kHz, and has four preset buttons to switch between your favorite tones (and effects) easily.

The E.S.U. has up to 10 hours of battery life and can be connected to a computer to be used as a recording interface. As far as inputs go, the E.S.U. features a 1/4″ I/O plus 1/8″ connections.

The catch here is that the E.S.U. is currently being Kickstarted for $10,000. You can grab one on their Kickstarter for $155 at the early bird price, which given what you’ll see below and everything the E.S.U. offers seems pretty reasonable.

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