New from NAMM 2019!
While many people consider the Cusack Screamer Fuzz to be a perfect classic, there also have been some people over the years who have asked us for a tone control circuit. This year Jon has listened to this request, and also added another little surprise with the new Screamer Fuzz Germanium. The SFG has a not only a tone control, but we have replaced the Shottke clipping diode setting with a Germanium diode setting. This setting gives the SFG a sound that you have to hear to describe. Think of it as being able to add a little creamy fuzz edge to your overdrive, or add a solid overdrive foundation to your fuzz, since the two are both always present in the circuit. Also the Tone and Fuzz settings enable off the charts "spittiness" at the extremes, giving the SFG a rare versatility. We are making a limited run of 50 , and they come standard with our proprietary milled aluminum knobs. Available today!
The Resound Programmable Reverb
You may have seen this guy appear quite a bit on our social media and demos lately. Since we introduced it this past summer, the Resound is still picking up devotees daily, as more people are discovering that they can do many of the things they have always wanted to do with a full featured reverb at an affordable price and with a very small learning curve. We recently have changed the modulation program to a chorus/reverb, to make the Resound even more versatile! Everything from realistic spring, freeze, chorus, and near infinite decays are available at the touch of a footswitch!
Perfect for your ambient arsenal-
The Tap-A-Delay Deluxe is made for those who seek the unusual. This tweaked version of our renowned delay features a "Float" switch which, in combination with the rear-mounted toggle allows you to sustain delay repeats and either play over top of it or add to it for ambient effects... including building a wall of chaos at higher feedback levels! The Float can be used in combination with the brake functions for even more sonic exploration....