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Browne Amplification Introduces the T4 Fuzz Pedal

A take on the classic 4-transistor silicon fuzz with a flattened EQ curve.

Kansas City (May 28, 2020) -- Browne Amplification is excited to release the T4 Fuzz pedal. The T4 is the Browne Amplification take on the classic 4 transistor silicon fuzz, similar to the circuits used in the big muff and countless other variants. What sets the T4 apart is a flattened EQ curve that allows the mids to come back in and cut through the mix better. It also has been softened in the gain department and smoother than other versions of this circuit. It is a beautiful sounding fuzz while still being able to get those ferocious tones that endeared the original designs. If you’ve never dived into the world of fuzz, this could be your gateway.

The T4 is equipped with three sturdy control knobs that provide level, sustain, and tone for the pedal and supports a standard 9V DC negative power input. Measuring 4.8” x 2.64” x 1.6”, this small footprint fuzz is an essential upgrade to your collection.

  • MSRP: $179
  • 4 transistor silicon fuzz circuit – combines best of vintage and modern voicing
  • True-bypass switching
  • Standard 9V DC power input – no battery compartment

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