The Duality blends two different fuzz sounds, a thick high-gain tone and a classic saw-tooth sound.

Seattle, WA (December 11, 2013) -- Designed in Helsinki Finland, built in Seattle USA the Duality Fuzz brings two completely different fuzz characters.

Our signature Duality knob allows for selecting and blending between a classic sounding, saw-tooth shape shifting circuit and a high gain, thick and brutal one. You can use them individually or blend them for a wide selection of crazy and wild textures and voicings.

Controls:

  • Level: Sets the output volume of the affected signal.
  • Blend: Mixes the clean with the fuzz signal. The clean signal remains at unity gain while the volume of the processed one is set by the Level knob, allowing for fine control of the blend ratio.
  • Duality: Selects and mixes the fuzz circuits. Set it counter clock wise for the old school saw-tooth shaping circuit, turn it fully clock wise for the modern, high gain one.
  • Filter: Use this variable LPF (low pass filter) to cut or bring up the high harmonic content. Great for fine tuning the perfect amount of presence and edge.

The Duality Fuzz is currently available from all Darkglass worldwide retailers. At a M.A.P. of USD $249.00 - €195.

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