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Voodoo Lab Superfuzz
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• Classic ‘60s fuzz sounds
• Unique Resonance and Tone controls
• True bypass switching with LED
• Hand built in the U.S.A.
• 5-year warranty (North American only)
The rare Jordan Electronics Bosstone (circa 1968) is considered by many to be the ultimate vintage fuzz. The Voodoo Lab Superfuzz starts with this classic fuzz design and adds unique tone and resonance circuits to create an amazing new array of fuzz tones.
The tone control delivers a wide spectrum of midrange and bass timbres, everything from an extreme gain scooped tone through a raucous, bluesy, prominent mid voicing. The resonance control is a sub-harmonic booster that lets you add an aggressive bottom end not typically found on fuzz pedals. Attack varies the gain from rich and creamy to outrageous.
All Voodoo Lab pedal effects are hand made in California, USA from the finest components available and are backed by a 5-year warranty. They feature true bypass switching, all analog circuits, a heavy duty metal enclosure and an on/off LED status light.
“The Superfuzz flaunts tons of output and reacts well to picking dynamics… while making a little combo amp sound like it’s pumping a big cabinet. Yeah!” -Guitar Player
“I was overjoyed to plug in my guitar and hear the exact sound I used on the first four Spirit albums” -Randy California
Voodoo Lab has designed and manufactured professional electronics for recording and touring musicians since 1986. Rugged, reliable and handmade from the finest components, every product is hand built one at a time in our Northern California facility. Created and built by musicians for musicians, all Voodoo Lab products deliver pure, richly detailed tones that can be heard on the biggest stages worldwide.
Whether you’re a stompbox junkie, or putting together the ultimate programmable rig that incorporates rack gear and vintage pedals, Voodoo Lab can help you achieve the sounds you’re looking for.
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