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    ZVEX Effects Fuzz Factory Vertical Vexter Series FX Pedal

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    The Fuzz Factory Vexter Series Vertical was released for the 25th Anniversary of ZVEX effects, and is a industry renowned five-knob fuzz that utilises two new old-stock sixties germanium transistors, and is not modelled on any fuzz classics!

    This is the Vexter Series version of ZVEX Effects genre defining Fuzz Factory, which features printed artwork rather than hand painted.  The Vertical Vexter Fuzz Factory is same as it's hand painted counterpart, but housed in a new more affordable box. 

    The Details
    • Effect: Fuzz
    • Assembled In the USA
    • 25th Anniversary of Zvex edition
    • Industry renowned pedal
    • Part of the Vexter 'affordable' series
    • Printed artwork
    • Not modelled on any classic fuzz circuits
    • Power draw: 3mA
    • 9VDC power center negative
    • 1 year manufacturer warranty
    Shipping & Returns

    Shipping

    • Free UK shipping from orders of £200 or more
    • Orders despatched within 1-2 working days
    • Always tracked worldwide shipping
    • Plastic free packaging as standard

    Returns

    30 day peace of mind return policy, but please read our terms and conditions, returns and refunds policy before placing an order. 

    What Do ZVEX Effects Say?

    Packed with knobs that let you control everything from tight, radically fuzzy sounds that gate off instantly when you stop playing, to intermodulating oscillations that fight for control of your guitar as your notes decay, to shortwave radio sounds, ripping velcro and octave-like fuzz.

    Controls

    The circuit is not modeled after any classic fuzz design, but should have been around when Leary was still lucid. Although the five knobs are named for the parameters over which they seem to have the most control, please don’t hold me to it. They are controls for various operating levels and biases, and basically shape you a personalized fuzz.

    Volume: Output level

    Gate:
    Squelches noise after end of sustain. Turn to right to eliminate squeals, hiss and buzz, stopping just as they disappear, or use to tune in exact feedback pitch, if you’re that kind. Turning to left opens gate.

    Compress: Adds attack characteristic when turned to left, which gets softer to right, and suddenly pinches tone when all the way right. Also use to tune in fat feedback fuzz, if you’re that kind. Lower the Stability and see what happens to this control.

    Drive: Increases distortion when used as a “normal” fuzz and adjusts feedback pitch and tonal thickness, if you’re that kind. This control becomes meaningless when Compress is all the way right.

    Stab: Use all the way right. Do not adjust this control below 2:00, unless you like your fuzz soft and squishy. Use to control feedback pitch.