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"Based on a JFET Class A fuzz circuit, the Acceleron Fuzz will give you those bity and snarly vintage and compressed tones without the muddiness and will go all the way to the more modern tones without being noisy or changing the feel of your tone."     -Make'n Music

 The Acceleron Fuzz uses a discrete Class A topology and is built with audiophile grade components. This is the fuzz that will replace a pedal board full of other fuzz pedals.

The Acceleron is not a silicon or germanium fuzz, yet it can cover the same ground and go some other places. On three note chords, there is still some definition. The “A-B-C” tone switch is like a “dark-normal-bright”, but it interacts with the the voice of the fuzz a little different than a traditional tone control.

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Listed10 years ago
ConditionMint (Used)
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Brand
Model
  • Field Effects Acceleron Fuzz
Finish
  • Blue Metal
Categories
Year
  • 2013
Made In
  • United States

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Joined Reverb:2013

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