RIPPING OCTAVE FUZZ
WHAT: octave fuzz and punk distortion with ample volume on tap
INSPIRATION: a nod to our love of late 60s octave fuzz
CIRCUIT SAUCE: silicon transistors and clipping diodes, fuzz intensity set wide open, filtering AM radio & shrill high frequencies, no harsh clipping artifacts, and biased to clean up in the octave mode to a "ringer" type sound.
SOUND: Ace Tone, Kay and Super fuzzes entered that chamber from The Fly and this fuzz emerged- a searing upper octave that sings near the 12th fret and creates interesting undertones from 2-3 string chords. Complex chords may be rendered completely gross, in the best possible way! A flick of the toggle gives a tough, 70s type distortion without any octave.
⚡️ bolt mode- midrange-heavy upper octave; ◼️ wave mode- no octave, punk distortion that sounds not unlike a loud transistor amp
First batch features 2 graphic options on a silver hammer tone paint finish.
- 9V center negative power supply
- Current draw: 4mA
- Knob controls master volume
- Toggle switches between upper octave fuzz ⚡️ or non-octave distortion ◼️
- The toggle switch may pop without sound running through the pedal- turning down the Output knob or turning off pedal when engaging the toggle switch is advised