Bloody Fuzz

$189.00

Dual Fuzz  + Octave Up

The Bloody Fuzz is inspired by the wild fuzzes of the 70s but with a unique and very outstanding character. Being built with  a set of low gain silicon transistors and germanium diodes, and featuring two unique modes of fuzz, this pedal will allow you a variety of tones ranging from a rude and dark sound, to an evil razor  that will make you bleed.

20 in stock

Dual fuzz pedal

The BLOODY FUZZ features two very different fuzz modes. One is more open, allowing a wider range of tones by modifying both the fuzz control and the tone control. Instead, the Hyper Fuzz is openly satanic. Different settings of the fuzz and tone controls give different colors to the compressed and clipped signal offered by this mode.

In addition, the option to use both modes with the octave-up aggregate enhances the spectrum of sounds that can be found in this gem of hell.


Exploring the two fuzz modes

The Low Gain Mode [hyper fuzz off] features a rather open fuzz, where saturation comes exclusively from low gain silicon transistors. It is a fuzz that allows greater dynamics with the volume pot and that has a slight seasoning of ring modulator in its sound.

When activating Hyper Fuzz Mode, a clipping stage with Germanium diodes is added, thus achieving a very saturated, charged and compressed fuzz, which delivers a lot of sustain

Octafuzz

The octave footswitch adds to the fuzz, the octave up effect that celebrates the sound of the classic Octavia pedal designed by Roger Mayer for Jimi Hendrix.

The presence of the effect behaves very differently along the arm of the guitar, and is especially noticeable with the neck pickup.

When playing more than two different notes at the same time, a dissonant sound is achieved, similar to that of a ring modulator.

Controls & Specifications

Power

Only with 9VDC power supply, negative center polarity with 2.1mm plug (standard power).

Consumption

Maximum: 62mA

Dimensions

120x94x50mm

Notes

Use only power supply designed to power effects pedals, properly regulated and filtered. Verify that they meet the specific voltage, polarity and consumption requirements of each pedal. Do not power the pedal with a voltage higher than 9VDC.

Improper feeding of the pedal, can cause failures that are not covered by the warranty.