MXR Announces the Brown Acid Fuzz

Based on a classic '70s fuzz circuit, it features a simple three-knob interface and that classic silicon sound.

Benicia, CA (October 3, 2019) -- The MXR Brown Acid Fuzz delivers psychedelic silicon saturation to guitar and bass players who like it low, slow, and heavy. Based on a classic 1970s UK fuzz circuit, this pedal’s simple three-knob interface allows you to plug in and tune out in no time at all.

Dial in the Output, Tone, and Fuzz controls to set the mood, and then let the heaviness flow forth as the world around you melts into a fuzzy, synesthetic convergence of colors and sounds. Whether you want to ride droning power chord currents across the universe or summon burly grooves at an ancient altar, this pedal has all you need for your musical invocations.

A limited edition offering, the MXR Brown Acid Fuzz comes adorned with the arcane renderings of legendary Bay Area artist Alan Forbes.

  • Delivers psychedelic silicon saturation
  • Perfect for both guitar and bass players
  • Dial in and tune out with a simple three-knob interface
  • Adorned with custom artwork from legendary rock artist Alan Forbes
  • Limited edition

MSRP: $214.27

STREET: $149.99

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