New Fuzz Pedal from Subdecay

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New from Subdecay, The Flying Tomato is the successor to the Birthday Fuzz. It features almost exactly the same circuit at its core, but with a few improvements, and some major additions.
Unlike many fuzz circuits the Flying tomato has an input buffer in front of the effect. This allows you to use it after virtually any pedal, or with active pickups. A high and low tone control have been added, as well as a "squish" knob.

Squish Knob

The squish knob essentially lowers the voltage supply to the fuzz circuit. This can be especially useful for recording overdubs, and back ground noises in the studio. Running an overdrive before it or delay or modulation effects after it can produce some very interesting sounds.

Tone Controls

The high and low knobs work as variable frequency filters, very similar to the Stupid Box, but there is a low control as well. They work differently than an EQ which boost/cut at fixed frequencies. Instead they move the frequency of the filters.

Input

The Flying Tomato uses a jfet buffer at the input. This input has an impedance of about 1 megaohm. Translation: This fuzz does not need to be first in your signal chain.

Features:
- The Flying Tomato is hand made in Woodinville, WA with the high quality components.
- Die cast metal enclosures for durability.
- 3PDT switches for true bypass switching.
- Runs on a single 9 volt battery, or a 9VDC adapter.
- Red LED indicator.
- Three-year limited warranty.

Website: http://www.subdecay.com

Available for: $165.00

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