Bring to your pedalboard the classic ’70s fuzz tones with the Foxx Tone Machine. It is probably one of the thickest fuzz effect pedals out there! While having a huge saturated fuzz sound, the Foxx Tone Machine keeps the bottom end to deliver a very rounded and fat tone. The first stage of the pedal features a gain stage with feedback similar to the Fuzz Face, followed by a germanium diode based octave generator and a gain recovery stage. When strumming chords, the Foxx Tone Machine can even produce odd ring modulation effects.
The Foxx Tone Machine has three knobs to control the fuzz tone, plus a switch to go from standard fuzz to octave up fuzz. Gain sets the overall amount of fuzz the pedal will deliver. It covers a wide range and has the advantage that it doesn’t change the tone of the sound. With Tone you can set the shape of the sound. Unlike in other pedals, in the Foxx Tone Machine this knob works nicely: even at maximum settings, the treble frequencies don’t get too annoying and the pedal keeps some bottom end. If you want even more noise, turn on the Octave switch to produce a note an octave higher than the one you’re actually playing!
Download here the manual for the Foxx Tone Machine Fuzz Kit:
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