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EBS launches the FuzzMo pedal

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EBS Sweden is shipping its new FuzzMo distortion and fuzz pedal for guitar and bass.

FuzzMo is described as a Fuzz ultra high gain distortion pedal, and can generate a wide variety of effects, from vintage to classic tones, with the tweak of the four available Volume, Gain, Blend and Shape knobs.

You can mix the fuzz signal to the clean signal (the same feature is available on the Billy Sheehan Signature pedal) via the Blend knob.

The Shape control affects the signal wave when hitting the gain circuit, with triangle to square waveform or passive tone stack.

Plus, FuzzMo includes a Character Filter with three Flat, Subtle Mid-Scoop and Maximum Mid-Scoop (cut) options.

Last, a true bypass footswitch is present and the pedal is power supplied by a 9V battery or an external adaptor.

Retail price of the FuzzMo was not communicated.

EBS Sweden will post all the details as well as demos on the new version of its www.ebssweden.com website which should go live tomorrow.

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