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Fuzzrocious Pedals Announces the Anomalies and Feed Me

A lo-fi, dirty delay based on the PT2399 chip and a tone shaper boasting four 12-position rotary pots.

Mount Laurel, NJ (March 7, 2016) -- After an unveiling at NAMM, Anomalies is ready to breathe new life into pedalboards everywhere on April 15, 2016.

Anomalies is Fuzzrocious’ first delay offering. It’s not the normal take on the PT2399 delay chip. This time around, the circuit is chopped down to create a lo-fi, dirty delay. That’s not all…Via a momentary footswitch, the user can instantly shift his/her delay time to either a slower time (about 4x as slow) or a faster time (about 4x as fast). This results in super fast, octave up chrips or super slow, almost suboctave groans. The user can select fast-slow or slow-fast via a toggle.

Features:

  • Handpainted by Fuzzrocious or screenprinted/powdercoated locally by JuxtaPrints.
  • Handmade by Fuzzrocious in-house.
  • Repeats and Time pots, fast/slow slow/fast toggle, internal mix trimpot, internal time trimpot.

Anomalies will sell at $155 USD both direct from Fuzzrocious and from stores/dealers.

Watch the company's video demo:


Feed Me is a tone shaper/EQ boasting four 12-position rotary pots, providing the user with 20,736 combinations. A pair of high pass resistors and capacitors and a pair of low pass resistors and capacitors can be mixed and matched to create treble rolloffs or boosts, mid humps or scoops, and bass rolloffs or additions. Place it directly after an instrument's signal to alter the EQ/tone curve (ex - make a P bass feel like a J or strat feel like a tele) OR for a more dramatic effect, place is last in the pedal chain like a preamp, feeding it the pedals’ signal to change their sound (ex - make muddy delays bright and middy or mid-heavy drives brutal and scooped).

Features:

  • Screenprinted and powdercoated locally by JuxtaPrints.
  • Handmade by Fuzzrocious in-house.
  • Four 12-position rotary pots, one Volume pot, and one Tone pot.
  • 20,736 possible tone combinations.

FEED ME will sell at $155 USD both direct from Fuzzrocious and from stores/dealers.

Watch the company's video demo:

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