Red Witch has unveiled its new Fuzz God IV pedal.
The Fuzz God IV is headlined by tonal controls for Volume, Fuzz, Wrath and Sputter, and three footswitches - for effect engage, Octavia and Wrath Oscillation. Elsewhere, the pedal features an 8-way DIP switch, allowing for users to choose between six different tone settings and three gain settings. Users can bypass these internal DIP settings, however, via the pedal's top mounted toggle switches.
The pedal is also equipped with an LED, which marks its current mode.
The Red Witch Fuzz God IV pedal will be limited to 150 pieces in its first batch - each hand-assembled, numbered and signed by its designer, Ben Fulton. It is available now for $239.99.
For more info on the pedal, stop by redwitchpedals.com.
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