The Muffroom Cloud Fuzz offers sweet saturated fuzz with a powerful EQ.

Wiltshire, UK (July 22, 2015) -- ThorpyFX brings its second offering to market – The Muffroom Cloud Fuzz, engineered to provide unsurpassable fuzz for every guitarist.

The Muffroom Cloud is the answer to the question “can you build a Muff style fuzz that beats the 1971 Triangle Big Muff?” Not one to shrink in the face of a challenge, the Muffroom Cloud was the result of months of testing and adjusting until the challenge had been met. The Muffroom Cloud delivers smooth and saturated fuzz that can be dramatically altered by adjusting the powerful active Treble and Bass EQ. This allows the pedal to deliver a plethora of incredible tones no matter what guitar or amp you use with it. The premium sound is enhanced through the use of premium components all wrapped in a beautiful custom engineered enclosure.

Features:

  • Four knobs to control Volume, Sustain, Treble and Bass – the Active EQ allows you to tailor the tonality of the pedal to yield a multitude of Fuzz styles.
  • A beautiful laser cut and laser etched stainless steel enclosure wrapped in a Vivid Orange powder coat base.
  • Engineered to be robust but functional with recessed knobs, sloped front and top mounted jacks.
  • True bypass on/off switch
  • 9-volt operation and standard DC input

$306 Retail

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