"Developed for Players That Don't Like Fuzz Pedals"
Note: Due to the vintage nature of the design, this pedal requires an isolated power supply or 9-volt battery for proper operation.
If you think you don't like fuzz pedals, you need to try the Morgan Amps Fuzz Pedal. This silicon-based fuzz pedal is designed to simulate the effect of plugging a fuzz pedal into an amplifier at its breakup point - the sweet spot for fuzz effects as far as many guitarists are concerned. You'll be able to dial in a dominant, vivacious fuzz tone with any amplifier of any size, even with low-gain amps. If you love epic fuzz tone but haven't yet found the right fuzz pedal for your specific guitar rig, check out the Morgan Amps Fuzz Pedal.Works well with practically any amplifier
Most guitarists agree that fuzz pedals sound best when you put them into an almost-overdriven amp, with much of the character being created by the interaction between the pedal and your amplifier's gain stages. The Morgan Amps Fuzz Pedal makes this sonic alchemy possible with any amplifier, even at clean settings. The output of its silicon transistor is fed into a clipping circuit that simulates an amp's front end and also makes this fuzz effect extremely responsive to your guitar's volume control.Morgan Amps Fuzz Pedal at a Glance:
- Silicon-based fuzz pedal for electric guitar
- Simulates the effect of running a fuzz pedal into an almost-overdriven amplifier
- Cleans up when you roll back your guitar's volume knob
- Gain and Tone controls
- True bypass switching completely bypasses the fuzz circuitry when disengaged