Yellowcake Unveils the Furry Burrito

A versatile overdrive pedal that explores more saturated fuzz tones.

Tuscaloosa, AL (November 6, 2014) -- Introducing the Furry Burrito. A versatile overdrive/fuzz pedal that can go from a nice, warm overdrive to a saturated fuzz with Big Muff-like sustain. Coupled with an LED voltage trim knob to add signal break-up. Rounding out the configuration, are a fat switch for bass and a filter knob to adjust treble.

The Furry Burrito compliments the front end of any clean tube amp, radiating an abundance of tone options, with great definition for drop tunings.

Street price: $165

For more information:
Yellowcake

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