Fuzzrocious Pedals Introduces the Electric Ocean Fuzz/Phaser Pedal
Fuzzrocious Pedals has unveiled the Electric Ocean, a pedal that combines fuzz and phaser effects into one unit. It’s the company’s first foray into phasers and takes its cues from a vintage circuit.
“I have owned the Roland AP-7 Jet Phaser a few times, but struggled with having such an expensive, heavy, vintage pedal where I didn’t use half of the features,” Fuzzrocious builder Ryan Ratajski explains. “This pedal is not a clone of, nor is it based on the AP-7, but rather a love letter to it. We’ve brought you a focused, easy-to-use fuzz-phaser that will keep you heard and present in the mix with all the features you need, leaving the stuff you don’t out of it.”
Fuzzrocious describes the fuzz section as tight with present mids through its tone sweep. The fuzz can be toggled on or off and you can also toggle the effect order to put the fuzz into the phaser or the phaser into the fuzz. Other features include an internal trimpot for voicing the phaser, top-mounted jacks, and 9V DC power.
Hear the pedal on bass in this official demo:
The Fuzzrocious Pedals Electric Ocean is available for order. It carries a direct price of $189.
Fuzzrocious Pedals Electric Ocean Pedal Features:
|OTA driven phaser – chewy, stable|
|Tight fuzz with present mids throughout tone sweep|
|Fuzz On/Off Toggle – you can use the phaser by itself|
|Effect Order Toggle – fuzz into phaser OR phaser into fuzz|
|Internal trimpot (lower trimpot) to focus the voicing of the phaser – clockwise guitar/counterclockwise bass|
|Runs at 9V DC output center negative power ONLY|