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MXR Sub Machine Octave Fuzz Guitar Effects Pedal
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First conceived in the MXR Custom Shop, the MXR Sub Machine Fuzz kicks open the door to epic and unbridled sonic exploration. This mean little box co...Read More
The vintage tones of the La Machine Fuzz with a growling sub-octave circuit.
First conceived in the MXR Custom Shop, the MXR Sub Machine Fuzz kicks open the door to epic and unbridled sonic exploration. This mean little box combines the shaggy vintage tones of the La Machine Fuzz with a growling sub-octave circuit, giving you a one way ticket to the sonic frontiers of heavy.
The Sub Machine Fuzz features the La Machine Fuzz’s circuitry and all of its functions—from its Volume, Tone, and Fuzz controls to its electrifying octave up mode—but it’s also got an old school sub-octave circuit with its own level control, so you can dial in just the right mix of fuzz and sub octave signals.
To further broaden the Sub Machine Fuzz’s thunderous tonal palette, the MXR team added a Series switch so you can run the sub-octave signal straight into the fuzz—for some seriously subterranean saturation—or alongside the fuzz for a split channel effect.
- Combines La Machine Fuzz with old school Sub-Octave signal
- Separate volume levels for Fuzz and Sub-Octave signals
- Toggle between Series/Parallel modes
- Octave switch kicks Fuzz signal into searing Octave Up mode
- True bypass switching
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Comments about MXR Sub Machine Octave Fuzz Guitar Effects Pedal:
This pedal is great. If you think you want it, you want it. And I would recommend it.
This can be used as a nice OD, Dist or Fuzz before you dial in the Octave at all. With the Fuzz and Tone down you can almost use it as plain Octave (with just a bit of crunch). But obviously, the idea is you dial in your desired amounts of Fuzz and Octave and create something special. The Tone knob is very variable, which makes for a great range of tones and intensities. The option of the up octave adds another range of sweet tones, especially for those leads. Finally, my favorite spice in the Sub Machine recipe, the parallel/sequence switch is a great touch that allows you to dial in a sweet, dual-effect tone and then gamble on how it sounds in sequence, where a whos-who of odd crunchy, glitchy and some downright sweet sounds live. All around a sweet pedal if you want Octave Fuzz and a pedal that can give you very cool sounds.