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    Seeker Electric Effects Descry Fuzz FX Pedal [UK Exclusive]

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    *U.K Exclusive to Pedal Jungle*

    Vintage style Bender tones to be had with Seeker Electric Effects Descry fuzz pedal.

    We are first and exclusive suppliers of all things Seeker here in the U.K at Pedal Jungle, which are handmade in Ventura County, California, USA.

    The Details
    • U.K Exclusive to Pedal Jungle
    • ONLY 1 In stock & shipping
    • Effect: Fuzz
    • Made In the USA
    • Modified MK1
    • Vintage style Bender tones
    • Bias control
    • True bypass
    • LED indication
    • Lifetime Warranty on parts and labour
    • Built with top quality components
    • Center negative 9v Power jack (ISOLATED only) and 9v battery clip as standard

    *All Seeker pedals feature NOS Germanium or Silicon transistors, NOS capacitors etc, selected for the best tone and reliability.



    • 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


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

    What Do Seeker Electric Effects Say?

    Descry [duh-skry]; to discover or behold...

    Descry is a highly modified fuzz firmly rooted in the Germanium 3 transistor Bender family. Starting with the MKI circuit at its core, add the Filter style tone control found on the MKIII and MKIV Bender, replace the traditional Attack control with a more conventional Bias control and you have a fuzz that gives you a greater range of tones and textures than found on a vintage style Bender.


    Controls right to left-


    The attack control found on a MKI is replaced with a modified Bias control. Lower settings offer a low gain fuzz, as you turn it up the sustain blooms into an open, ripping, highly textured fuzz. Past noon things start to get wild, eventually becoming very spitty and gated.


    Filter tone control lifted directly from the MKIII/MKIV Benders and placed at the end of the MKI circuit allows for fine tuning of the overall timbre of the fuzz. Thin and bright to the left, dark and brooding to the right without affecting the gain or feel of the fuzz. “Stock” MKI tones can be found around 11-12 o’clock.


    Standard volume control, this control will go well past unity, start around 9 o’clock and work your way up to find the sweet spot.