Carl Martin The FUZZ Sets new standards for distortion with it´s revolutionary wave guide.
By using the wave guide’s deep and high controls in conjunction with the 3 band EQ, it is possible to clean up the distortion and shape the sound in any way needed thus making it possible to achieve sounds ranging from an old blues fuzz, to a mid 80’s hard rock tone, to a hard core metal sound.
The Fuzz has a built in regulated (+-12V) power supply. This enables us to design circuitry of the highest quality with maximum headroom.
Price EU incl. VAT 249.00 €
Price USA/Non EU $329.00
Australian Guitar Magazine (AU)
Forget Fuzz, this is the works.
As the name suggests, the Fuzz is here, from a Fuzz Face veil to a Big Muff growl, you’ll pull any classic psychedelic feel you like. But say you just want a nice warm overdrive, or perhaps a hair metal solo tone, or even a dirty punk rock buzz. They’re all here, and not just in approximate form, but as close to the real deal as almost anybody could want.
For studio applications this pedal is amazing, and on stage you’ll get more tones that you could ever use in one show, even if you can only use one per song.
Guitar Magazine (UK)
At the top end comes Carl Martin and, for once, the extra money is fully justified. The added dimension offered by its massive EQ allowance means this isn’t the most straightforward of units to get accustomed to, but it’s surely the most flexible, all-encompassing fuzz unit available today.
Guitar Magazine (UK)
Weighing in a considerable £145, this unit really needs to deliver the goods to justify the bottom line – and thankfully it does! From hard barks with little sustain to fat saturated tones that last forever, this baby has got the lot. This pedal is truly excellent – and suddenly the price tag spells value for money.
From Harmony Central.
I love it, it has so many usable fuzz tones to chose from. It’s great for recording, but also cuts through a band very nicely!
I use Fenders and SG’s into US made tube amps.
This box is dead quiet and works well with delay and modulation pedals.
This does great for leads with long sustain and it cleans up well for rhythm with the volume knob on a Fender.
It doesn’t do crazy oscillation or broken amp sounds, just a beautiful, full fuzz.