Interstellar Audio Machines Fuzzsquatch Fuzzdrive
The fight for "The Tone" continues with the Fuzzsquatch Fuzzdrive from Interstellar Audio Machines. The Fuzzsquatch Fuzzdrive is a recreation of the Electro-Harmonix Big Muff Pi, first released in 1969. Originally marketed as a “harmonic distortion sustain”, it has been lumped together with fuzz effects, although it’s a very different animal than classic fuzz effects like a Fuzz Face or a Tone Bender.
The Fuzzsquatch Fuzzdrive, our re-creation of the late ‘70s circuit. The circuitry of the Fuzzsquatch Fuzzdrive – differs from the traditional transistor-based Big Muff circuit in that it uses operational amplifiers (op-amps) to achieve its signature sustaining distortion sound. With widely-sweeping tone controls and a character all its own, the Fuzzsquatch Fuzzdrive will surely be a formidable addition to your sonic arsenal.
Here’s what you get with this out of this world pedal: