The Superfuzz is based on the rare Jordan Electronics Bosstone from 1968, but adds unique tone and resonance circuits to take the sound further.
Designed to provide a variety of both vintage and modern tones, the Superfuzz does just that. You can dial in a nice dose of buzzy, raspy fuzz typical of sixties US garage and psych.
But with a Resonance control that beefs up the bottom end and a Tone control that can scoop out the mid-range or boost it to honkiness, there’s plenty of variation on tap. It’s a fuzz with more available tonal tweaking than most...
PROS: Range of vintage and modern sounds.
CONS: Four screws for battery access.
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