This Season, our Partner Gear 4 Music is providing our Artists with this Seymour Duncan Fooz Analogue Fuzz Synthesizer. This Electric Guitars will be a great addition to your Musical Room. Underneath the Soundwave Art Canvas, there is a closet that is waiting for this Fooz Analogue Fuzz Synthesizer.
Seymour Duncan Fooz Analogue Fuzz Synthesizer in the Electric Guitars category
Laid out like an Analogue Synth to Deliver a Wealth of Tones The Fooz pedal is designed much like a classic analogue synthesizer featuring different blocks that you can us in a variety of ways. You can replicate the sound and feel of a classic synth use the Fooz as a straight up fuzz pedal or combine each block to deliver tremolo auto-wah fuzz-wah rhythmic filter or “cocked” wah effects. Much like a real analogue synth (which uses an oscillator filter LFO and envelope) the Seymour Funcan Fooz features LFO envelope fuzz and filter sections to create numerous unique sounds and textures. Its fuzz section uses a heavily saturated square wave fuzz to basically turn your guitar into the oscillator. This lets you shape and sculpt your guitars tone with the other sections – much like a real synth. Next comes the filter section. You can choice between a low pass filter (like a classic synth) or a band pass filter (much like a wah) letting you create a variety of stunning sounds for any situation. Once you have found your ideal sound you can then adjust the LFO and envelope to add the modulation. Additional Control via DIP Switches and Expression Pedal For more control the Fooz Pedal is also equipped with an expression input to give you external control over the different sections. Simply connect your expression pedal and use the DIP switches to select which parameter to adjust. The DIP switches also off extra control over the envelope section letting you change its control parameters and envelope direction. Specifications Controls LFO: Depth Speed Wave Shape Fuzz: Level Gain Trem On/Off Switch Filter: Frequency Resonance Freq Switch (BPF/Off/LPF) Control Type Switch (Env/Off/LFO) Envelope: Sensitivity Footswitches: Bypass Tap Tempo DIP Switches: Eight Technical Gain (or Gain Range): 4dB to 72dB Plus Tremolo and Filter Gain Changes Noise Referred to Input: Less Than -118 dBV 400 Hz to 20 kHz Synthesizer Filter Tuning Range: 20 Hz to 20 KHz +/-0.5dB Connectivity Ins/Outs: 1/4 Instrument Jack 1/4 Expression Input 1/4 Output Jack Input Impedance: 1M Ohms Output Impedance: 1K Ohms Power Requirements Power: External 9V Regulated DC Adapter (Centre Pin Negative) Current Consumption: 72mA Dimensions Length: 5.625 Height: 5 Depth (Including Knobs): 2.25 Weight: 21oz
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