Coffin Gear Teams With Haunted Labs to Deliver the Frost Bite Fuzz

The new pedal features a unique custom silicon fuzz circuit and three rugged knobs.

Petaluma, CA (November 9, 2018) -- Coffin, in collaboration with Haunted Labs, officially announces the arrival of the brand’s latest ghoulish delight: The Frost Bite Fuzz guitar pedal.

Evoking an ice wraith in a flurry of blinding snow, the Frost Bite features a unique custom silicon fuzz circuit and three rugged knobs (Tone, Fuzz, and Level) designed to forge a versatile and otherworldly range of sounds. Capable of conjuring all the classic fuzz tone you crave, the Frost Bite can also summon some shocking and unusual character…turn the fuzz knob down for a cutting, clean boost, or crank it up to 11 for a furious blizzard of howling fuzz.

Conceived in collaboration with boutique pedal maker Christopher Cozort of Haunted Labs, Frost Bite Pedals are engineered and manufactured in the USA, with exclusive artwork created by artist Martha Wirkijowski and inspired by a frozen nightmare. Entombed in a durable aluminum housing with a traditional form factor, the Frost Bite delivers a vortex of apocalyptic fuzz tone without crowding pedal boards. The Frost Bite features true bypass switching and can be powered by a standard 9V DC adapter.

Against roaring wind and winter’s icy grasp, the fierce sound of the Coffin Haunted Labs Frost Bite Pedal cuts through the noise with white-hot abandon.

The Frost Bite is available for US $199. Visit www.coffingear.com to learn more or buy now...if you dare.

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