There are some octave fuzz tones on records that I love, but the pedals that created them are very unpredictable. They’re hard to use live and even hard to control in the studio. So I talked to the guys at Dunlop and I told them that there should be a pedal that can just nail those sounds reliably. That’s where the Slash Octave Fuzz comes in. I worked with them and we made a fuzz that’s controllable, with a low octave that didn’t warble too much—that took a bit of work—plus a vintage high octave fuzz and the ability to mix the two.
The pedal features:
- Fuzz tone with a separate sub octave voice & and octave up fuzz
- Internal gain & tone pots shape the octave up fuzz effect
- All analog circuitry, true bypass
Here’s a demo video of the pedal: