The Hugger by FH(fx) is a brand new boost design, created by FH(fx) and developed with Mellowtone. The pedal has two toggle-switchable boost stages and a toggle-switchable true bypass loop in between them! It can be run as a single-stage boost, a dual-stage boost, used to overdrive inputs or adjust/correct outputs (easily push pedals into overdrive or fix volume drops!)It is now available in both standard and one-of-a-kind hand-painted versions and can be purchased at FuzzHugger.com (also a dealer for Mellowtone, Pro Tone, and Devi Ever).The Hugger is a new pedal design—the first of its kind—but it's also a very practical, multi-use boost pedal. Designed for pedal geeks, serious musicians, and studio techs' toolbags.
Multi-Function Uses:Single-stage boost.Dual-stage boost (with boost and master controls).True bypass loop with a pre-boost and post-boost.Pedal awakener—Put a pedal in the loop—drive its input and/or adjust its output volume without changing its tone (fix a pedal's volume drop).Two separate boosts. Put a few pedals in the loop and use it like two separate boost pedals.
Introductory prices:$109 for standard hand-painted or labeled versions.$119 for deluxe model (Hugger+) with top-mounted loop jacks and enclosures by pedalenclosures.com.For more information, visit their web site at fuzzhugger.com.
Mitchell Guitars Unveils Their TB Series of Basses
International Society of Bassists Announces Headliners For ISB 2017
Rainbow Bar and Grill Patio Dubbed "Lemmy's Lounge" in Memory of Lemmy Kilmister
Vienna Symphonic Library Releases Historic Winds I & II
This Week in Free Stuff: Samples and Ableton Live Projects
IK Multimedia and Fender Announce Fender Collection 2 for AmpliTube - Mac/PC
Weekend Chops Builder: 150 MORE Standards Everyone Should Know
Cat Scratch Fever: 2017 Jaguar F-Type SVR Coupe
Daniel Lanois’ Obsessions: Pedal Steels, Motorcycles, and Recording Tech
The Ultimate Sustain Contest: The Gibson Les Paul vs. All Challengers
Psychostick Premiere Christmas Parody of System of a Down's "B.Y.O.B."
Interview: Trivium's Matt Heafy on Old Ozzfests, Meeting Corey Taylor, Upcoming Plans, and More
New Issue Preview: Revolver December 2016
Keep It Dry: Graph Tech Introduces Dry and Glide Talc Formula for Musicians' Hands
Gear Demo: Positive Grid BIAS Head Amp Match Power Amplifier
Gretsch Introduces Three New Limited Edition Guitars
Copyright ©2016 by NewBay Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. 28 East 28th Street, 12th floor, New York, NY 10016 T (212) 378-0400 F (212) 378-0470