Frequency Modulated Fuzz, offering plenty of control to hack around some interesting, wacky, spaceship, laserguns type of sounds.
How does it works? the frequency of the note at the input will move back and forth the center/reference point of the VCO, the result is mixed together so both frequencies (signal and VCO) will interact and will force the output of the incoming frequency to vary it's frequency (the total amount of of modulation will be the difference of both signals).
This six knob version offers more options from the previous version (5 knob version), like wider range of the gate knob allowing more quicker decay or more sustain, the voices are independent so the vco and fuzz tones have their own volume knobs so you can set them to taste (instead of the universal mix knob) and a dry knob was added to offer the option to add more control and get more subtle tones, the toggle is set to the upper position.
FRQ: selects vco frequency range.
EXP: fine tune for the FRQ.
Gate: amount of input volume / sustain.
DRY: dry signal volume.
Vol: fuzz volume.
VCO: vco volume.
Silk Screened artwork with enamel ink into a powder coated aluminium case
Dimensions: 4 1/2" x 2 1/2" x 2 1/2"
Powered only by DC 9v power Jack (center negative), no batteries option
Expression Jack: external control of the VCO frequency, TRS expression jack or 0-5v CV. Compatible with the Broadcast and Broadband