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Fredric Effects Announces the Grumbly Wolf

Fredric Effects Announces the Grumbly Wolf

Fredric Effects announced the release of the Grumbly Wolf, a distortion/fuzz/octave/rig modulator pedal.

London, England (April 15, 2013) -- Fredric Effects announced the release of the Grumbly Wolf, a distortion/fuzz/octave/rig modulator pedal. Here are the details from their website:

A grumbly distortion/ring mod.

The Fredric Effects Grumbly Wolf is a highly versatile combined distortion, fuzz, octave and ring mod effect. Capable of everything from classic crunchy overdrive to intense octave fuzz madness. This is based on an asymmetrical hard clipping distortion circuit, followed by a great sounding octave/ring mod effect (based on the classic Green Ringer), which can be turned on and off with the toggle switch. This second stage can provide extra gain for full-on splattery fuzz, or clangy ring mod type sounds with the distortion turned down.

Specs:

  • Professionally powder coated and screen printed enclosures
  • PCB construction (not perf or vero)
  • Neutrik or Lumberg jacks
  • Alpha footswitch and pots

Street: £95

For more information:
Fredric Effects

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