It’s in the name – analog, fuzz & synthesizer. This absolute belter from Seymour Duncan is designed to inject your guitar, bass, or whatever instrument you choose to wield with glorious analog tones straight from a ‘60s oscilloscope.
Seymour Duncan meets Synth?
Seymour Duncan have combined their extensive knowledge on classic guitar tone with the unhealthy modern obsession with analog synth sounds. Using a square wave fuzz, your signal path adopts an oscillator persona, reminiscent of original analog & modular synths.
Just like a modular synth, you’ve got a heap of tweaking options for endless tonal exploration. The LFO stage has 4 controls: depth, speed, wave and shape. These allow you to extensively sculpt your fuzz to whatever end. A tap tempo allows more interactive control over wave frequency.
Next up, an envelope control gives you control over the attack/punchiness of your tone. It can also be used to modulate different parameters, providing everything from softened attack to a jittering tremolo effect. A filter stage then offers low-pass and band-pass options for slick lo-fi vibes and popping wah sounds respectively.
All in all, the Fooz Analog Fuzz Synthesizer will transport your signal path to otherworldly territory like never before!
- Tap Tempo
- Powerful LFO control
- Assign the LFO to the Volume or Filter
- Assignable expression input
- Assignable Envelope Follower
- Square Wave Fuzz generator
- Warm, Analog (synth style) filter
- Input Impedance: 1M Ohms
- Output Impedance: 1K Ohms
- Gain (or Gain Range): 4dB to 72 dB, plus tremolo and filter gain changes
- Noise referred to input: < -118 dBV, 400 Hz to 20 kHz
- Synthesizer Filter Tuning Range: 20 Hz to 20 kHz +/-0.5 dB
- Power: External 9V regulated DC adapter (center pin negative)
- Current Consumption: 72 mA
- Dimensions: 143 x 127 x 57.2mm, including knobs