$179 retail/ $129 street
KNOBS Volume, Resonance, Tone, Attack
SOUNDS Based on the vintage Jordan
Bosstone, the Superfuzz is all about
raunch, rasp, and attitude. With a
hefty amount of output, the Superfuzz
can get into biker soundtrack
territory à la Davie Allan, or push
the front of your amp into fits of
overdrive—all the while adding a permanent
sonic sneer to everything you
do. Its Resonance control also lets
you dial in big sounding closed-backcabinet
beef without adding a bunch
of fake, mushy low-end. The Superfuzz
is also dynamic as all get out.
WHO’S IT FOR? Players who are into
garage/punk rock more than ethereal
David Gilmour fuzz. It will delight
those who revel in classic, nasty fuzz,
but who want a bit more versatility
from their buzz box.
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