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Malekko Heavy Industry Diabolik Fuzz Guitar Effects Pedal
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Malekko has completed their collaboration with Justin Meldal-Johnsen with the release of the Diabolik fuzz pedal. Based on Malekko's B:ASSMASTER circ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Malekko has completed their collaboration with Justin Meldal-Johnsen with the release of the Diabolik fuzz pedal. Based on Malekko's B:ASSMASTER circuit, the Diabolik features a preset harmonic spectrum setting allowing crisp octave overtones and a very aggressive tone setting. Working with Justin, Malekko tuned the low frequency to allow more low end to pass through both the Clean and Fuzz channels for ferocious bass distortion and octave control. It can be effectively used on bass or guitar. Guitarists will appreciate its clean boost functions with added fuzz and may enjoy stacking it with other drive sources for all-new fuzz distortion sounds. Very heavy!
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CLEAN - Adjusts the output level of your dry signal.
SQUISH - Changes the character of the fuzz. A low setting (counterclockwise) will give the fuzz a fast attack. A high setting will allow the effect to slowly swell open into a glorious fuzz roar! The interplay of Squishsetting and input allows the fuzz to react musically to your performance: single coil, humbuckers, high gain or low gain all change the response and color of the fuzz.
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Comments about Malekko Heavy Industry Diabolik Fuzz Guitar Effects Pedal:
This pedal rules it's fuzzy gritty girthy barky and has a crazy sustain which degrades into a bit reduced fizzy mess depending on the settings, you could start a whole new band just based around the sound this thing has, very inspiring and musical despite what you may think, this thing is LOUD ok? The knobs seem easy enough yet there is a big spectrum of sounds and options, (most of them huge and loud) definitely not a coffee house quiet gig sound I love it, can't wait to try it out on synths and drum machines too!
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