The Fuzz Monster 2 is a two stage fuzz face style effect, with one germanium stage and one BC108C silicon stage.

Minneapolis, MN (December 25, 2011) -- Elite Tone is proud to announce the launch, of the all new Fuzz Monster 2 pedal. The Fuzz Monster 2 is a two stage fuzz face style effect, with one germanium stage and one BC108C silicon stage. Each fuzz can be ran individually or stacked.

The true-bypass pedal features foot switches for each channel, 4 knobs per channel + feedback for a total of 9 controls, and a controllable variable feedback loop for insane alien like squeals and oscillations.

The pedal will retail for $199 but Elite Tone is offering a limited time price of $147 until January 20th.

For more information:
Elite Tone

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