Why a stereo fuzz pedal? Why not? If you've ever played in stereo, you know you can get some truly amazing sounds and here's a fun way to expand on that. When used in conjunction with some of the latest stereo modulation pedals, the results are lush twin guitar attacks. Also very fun to play after some of the latest polyphonic pitch shifters and harmonizers for some wild fun!
The Isomorphic Fuzz is two wild fuzz circuits in one pedal. The White channel is similar to an ampeg scrambler fuzz circuit with an octave up fuzz that also blends in the clean guitar signal. The Red channel, well, there's nothing out there to compare it to, its just a nasty, nasty fuzz, thats a modded hybrid of two fuzz circuits, so the demo will have to speak for itself.
Now all you single amp guys, don't be haters....
this pedal can also be ran in mono as a two in one effect pedal that runs the effects in series. If you're a pedal stacker...you can even decide which effect comes first in the chain for tone stacking options. By plugging into the White input and Red output jacks, the White channel will feed into the Red channel. By plugging into the Red input and White output, the Red channel will feed into the White channel. Automatic. Just one cable in, one cable out.