McGregor Pedals Introduce the Cozmic Fuzzball Pedal
McGregor Pedals has unveiled the Cozmic Fuzzball, a fuzz/distortion pedal designed for both bass and guitar. Builder Garth Heslop created the circuit by stacking hard clipping with soft clipping and adding an overdriven transistor.
“Beginning with the attack control on minimum the Cozmic Fuzzball delivers distortion with a bright creamy edge,” the company writes. “As you bring up the attack the distortion gets heavier; by noon on the attack, you have already started to hear fuzz layered in. Both the fuzz and the sustain grow from there.”
The pedal also has volume and tone controls for dialing in your sound. An unmarked trimpot on the side of the housing controls the brightness of the LED. Finally, it runs on a 9VDC adaptor.
The McGregor Pedals Cozmic Fuzzball is available now for $210.
McGregor Pedals Cozmic Fuzzball Pedal Features:
|Type: Fuzz pedal that cleans up to distortion|
|Hi impedance input (doesn't have to be first in your chain)|
|Hand soldered in Vancouver, Canada|
|High grade components picked for their superior sound and response|
|True bypass with soft-click switch|
|Three topside controls – Volume, Tone, Gain|
|LED Brightness controlled by side-mounted variable resistor (trim pot)|
|Low power draw: 12 - 18mA (9v) depending on LED setting|
|Audio Jacks and Power Connection located at the top end to help with packed pedal boards|