Red Witch Fuzz God II Effect Pedal

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Fuzz God II by Red Witch is the insane silicon brother of Germanium Fuzz God. It's wilder, it's crazier, it's the loose cannon sonic brother that you wouldn't introduce to your girlfriend, cause you know he'd try his luck with her.

The Fuzz God II guitar pedal allows you to create fuzzyness of epic proportions (think red seas parting, burning bushes, pillars of salt etc). From your classic fuzz tones of the sustaining, soulful, singing kind through to those of utter chaos - encompassing suboctave madness, parasitic sustain and out of control fax machine dial lunacy.

Controls

Volume - This controls the output Volume - convert the masses quietly or with blasting trumpets (err, guitars)

Fuzz - From a gentle break up to a singing beam of fuzz - you decide!

Wrath - All gods have it and the Lord of the Fuzz is no different - click this only to smite the most brazen of unbelievers. When engaged (by depressing the lightning bolt footswitch) you can dial up all manner of destruction; SubOctave thunder, eternally sustained notes, squealing high frequency note corruption and a myriad number of other terrifying tones.

Sputter - Choose from a smooth singing fuzz to a ragged, rough, sputty gated mess and anything in between. This control will crackle when turned - it's changing a dc bias - and that's ok.

Awaken - A super sturdy true bypass switch to engage the Fuzz God effect.

Engage this footswitch to incur the wrath of the Fuzz God - crazed oscillation and octavization effects.

Lightning Toggle switch - Engage this to double your gain.

Ear Toggle switch - Engage this switch to boost treble frequencies.

Internal trim pot - Inside the Fuzz God II effect pedal is a small blue trim pot which enables you to adjust the master bias on the transistors - make it smoother or more sputtery - it's all down to you.

Power

The Fuzz God II effect pedal can be powered from either a nine volt battery or an external nine volt dc adapter (the Boss PSA style is ideal - though anything with 2.1mm barrel plug with a negative centre pin is fine. Unlike Fuzz God, Fuzz God II doesn't need any flim flammery with powering it up - either the battery or the dc supply will enable the unit to crank (including the LED). Sweet.

The Fuzz God comes finished in vintage pearl with Gold text. The LED is a brilliant diamond white. All components are top notch; Switchcraft jacks, alpha pots, through - hole double sided circuit boards with groundplane shielding etc etc. What more could you want?


More useable. More interactive. More versatile. Even more omnipotent.

 
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4.0

Great Tonal range

By Michael-EKCEV

from phila, pa

Comments about Red Witch Fuzz God II Effect Pedal:

I'm very happy with the Fuzz God II. I wanted to condense my pedal board. I was using a few different fuzz pedals to achieve the same range of tones offered in the Fuzz God II. I can get smooth almost clean tones, to ridiculously crunchy, gnarly tones, (Siamese Dream era, Smashing Pumpkins?) and everything in between. The sputter knob is wonderful, especially if you enjoy bit-crushing type sounds. The wrath mode is pretty amazing for leads. It gives you control over oscillation and infinite and sort of mimics having infinite sustain. My only gripe is that the pots on mine are a bit noisy, but I hardly change the settings during songs, so I can work around it.

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