SoundBrut Introduces the FU Varitone Fuzz

A silicon-based fuzz with a 6-way varitone switch that features different voicings.

Norrköping, Sweden (June 26, 2018) -- Six specifically carved mid-cut voicings provide a variety of fuzz tones, ranging from fizzy to buzzy. Being true to simple yet beautiful vintage fuzz circuits, FU cleans up well, provide scorching amounts of gain, sharp attacks and blossoming harmonics.

Features:

  • Silicon fuzz with volume, gain and tone control.
  • Gain control ranges from sharp drive to well-rounded fuzz sounds.
  • Chords maintain clarity, even at high gain settings.
  • Specifically tuned 6-way varitone switch for 6 fuzz voicings.
  • Input regulation that maintains a tonal stability before or after any other pedal.
  • True bypass switching.
  • Runs on 9V DC power (no battery operation)

The FU Varitone Fuzz pedal will be debuted in Summer NAMM 2018 between June 28- 30 in Nashville at SoundBrut booth #2019 where it will be exhibited alongside SoundBrut's VA Boost and DRVA Mk.II Drive & Boost pedals.

Pricing and release date TBA.

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