Fuzzrocious Pedals and Electronic Audio Experiments Release Wicked Jawn Pedal
Fuzzrocious Pedals and Electronic Audio Experiments have teamed up for their first collaboration. The resulting pedal is called the Wicked Jawn, which includes slang from each of the builders’ local cities.
“Both Boston and Philadelphia have distinct accents and colloquial expressions. Bostonians are known for saying ‘wicked’ and Philadelphians for ‘jawn,'” the Fuzzrocious site explains. “Both are baseball cities. We’ve combined circuits, colors/fonts from our local ball squads, and nerd brains to bring you something special!”
The new pedal combines the Electronic Audio Experiments Model FET preamp (based on the Sunn Model T) with the Fuzzrocious Octave Jawn, which is a digital octave up and down circuit. Each side can be toggled on and off with independent footswitches.
Check out this demo (bass starts at 1:15):
The Fuzzrocious Pedals & Electronic Audio Experiments Wicked Jawn is available in limited numbers with a direct price of $285.
Fuzzrocious Pedals/Electronic Audio Experiments Wicked Jawn Pedal Features:
|Digital Octave Up/Down with Mix Knob|
|Independent gain controls for the Normal and Brite channels|
|3-band FMV EQ|