Epigaze Audio Unveils the Custom Shop Singularity Fuzz

Vintage-style fuzz with several bias controls.

Charlotte, North Carolina (May 13, 2015) -- The same great sound of our Singularity fuzz with more options. Custom Shop Singularity features expanded tweakability of classic tone-bending style vintage fuzz for players seeing more complex flavors. The player has complete control of the bias for each of the three germanium transistors to tailor the fuzz to their liking. From smooth, gated, and borderline octave fuzz tones. The Custom Shop version is built into a larger enclosure with blue sparkle paint and black aluminum aesthetics. The main controls of the Singularity are Gravity and Horizon. The Gravity controls the level or volume, and the Horizon controls the attack of the fuzz. Controls Q1-Q3 adjust the bias voltage. The Singularity is a great fuzz pedal that is sure to become one of your favorites.

Features:

  • Standard 9vDC Input
  • True Bypass
  • Germanium Transistors
  • Orange Drop Capacitors
  • Individual Bias Controls
  • Quality Components
  • Switchcraft Jacks
  • Hand Wired in the USA
  • Lifetime Warranty

Suggested retail price is $234.99.

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