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  • Fuzzrocious Pedals Unveils the M.O.T.H.

    Fuzzrocious Pedals Unveils the M.O.T.H.

    Fuzzrocious Pedals has unveiled the M.O.T.H. pedal, which stands for Multi Overdrive Tremolo Hex. The pedal combines an overdrive, fuzz, tremolo, and noise machine oscillator into one cohesive package. It starts with an overdrive circuit that is set up for low-medium drive, which “pushes into a power amp IC which provides a blast of volume,”... »

  • Beetronics Launches the Whoctahell Fuzz/Octave Pedal

    Beetronics Launches the Whoctahell Fuzz/Octave Pedal

    Beetronics has launched its first handmade effects pedal line including the WhoctaHell, a low-octave fuzz with independent controls for each effect. “Its overdrive/fuzz is summed up with a gnarly, squared-wave low octave, resembling an 8-bit bass synthesizer,” the company writes. “Its octave has a range of one or two low octaves, selectable by a toggle... »

  • Greer Amps Introduces the Super Hornet Octave Fuzz Pedal

    Greer Amps Introduces the Super Hornet Octave Fuzz Pedal

    Greer Amps has released a new octave fuzz pedal called the Super Hornet, which they say works great on guitar and bass. Based on a Foxx Tone Machine, the pedal tweaks the vintage-style circuit by using NOS BC-107B transistors and adding a feature to the octave section. The octave switch can be set to On... »

  • Fuzzrocious and Electro-Faustus Team Up for Greyfly Pedal

    Fuzzrocious and Electro-Faustus Team Up for Greyfly Pedal

    Fuzzrocious Effects has teamed up with Electro-Faustus to create a unique “noisemaker” called the Greyfly. The pedal combines the Fuzzrocious Grey Stache fuzz with the Electro-Faustus Blackfly spring-activated noise generator for a whole new pedal experience. The Greyfly can be used on its own with three springs that can be plucked, scraped, and twanged to... »

  • Rock Stock Pedals Introduces the Dark Horse Fuzz

    Rock Stock Pedals Introduces the Dark Horse Fuzz

    Rock Stock Pedals have introduced the Dark Horse, a new silicon fuzz pedal for bass and guitar. With wide fuzz and gain ranges, the company says it has a wide palette from “cool lo-fi tones to all out saturated, high-gain fuzz.” The Pedal has three controls – Volume, Treble, and Sustain – for dialing in... »

  • Source Audio Now Shipping Aftershock Bass Distortion

    Source Audio Now Shipping Aftershock Bass Distortion

    Source Audio is now shipping their Aftershock Bass Distortion. The pedal boasts three distortion engines – Tube, Heavy, and Fuzz – as well as the company’s Neuro Mobile App capabilities for deep tonal tweaking. “The Tube engine belts out a subtle, but powerful vintage tube overdrive with a smooth breakup and plenty of punch,” Source... »

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  • Cog Effects Revamps Tarkin and Grand Tarkin Fuzz Pedals

    Cog Effects Revamps Tarkin and Grand Tarkin Fuzz Pedals

    Cog Effects has expanded their tonal offerings with an update to their Tarkin fuzz range, consisting of the Tarkin and Grand Tarkin mk2. The pedals are hand-built in Sheffield, England. Based on the Green Russian, the Tarkin is now housed in a smaller chassis with a pair of new LPF and HPF switches, which the... »

  • Dwarfcraft Introduces Necromancer Fuzz Pedal

    Dwarfcraft Introduces Necromancer Fuzz Pedal

    Dwarfcraft’s latest offering is the Necromancer Fuzz, a pedal molded out of their Silver Rose model with several mods. “The Necromancer started as the Super Fuzz style circuit from the Silver Rose v2,” the company shared. “We added a middle band was added to the EQ. The Mids knob is tuned to the deepest frequency... »

  • 3Leaf Audio Introduces Octabvre Mini Octave Pedal

    3Leaf Audio Introduces Octabvre Mini Octave Pedal

    3Leaf Audio has introduced the Octabvre Mini, a compact version of the octave pedal developed with Tedeschi Trucks Band bassist Timothy Lefebvre. The new pedal pares the controls down to Volume, Mix, and Tone knobs. “It starts with the popular Tim-tuning mod from the original and takes it further with a reworked tone knob that... »

  • Earthquaker Devices Introduces The Bellows

    Earthquaker Devices Introduces The Bellows

    The eccentric effects creators at EarthQuaker Devices have released the Bellows Fuzzdriver, which they describe as a “back-to-basics, transistor-based dirt device.” The pedal is pared down to just Level and Drive controls for a straight-forward vintage vibe. “Similar to the volume control of a “non master” amp, the Drive determines how hard the signal hits... »