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M.A.S.F. Pedals Epilepsy

Fuzz pedal from M.A.S.F. Pedals .

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Joel GilardiniJoel Gilardini

Amazing noise-oscillo fuzz

M.A.S.F. Pedals EpilepsyPublished on 03/24/22 at 05:51
This is one of the heaviest and sickest noise-oscillo-fuzz I ever owned.
It's super loud, practically and totally uncontrollable and unpredictable, and that's why I love it so much: it's a pure brute force of nature!
Controls are super bare bones: Volume and Epilepsy (which is sort of a tone control) are super interactive, and influence the oscillation's character, so as the incoming input signal (this fuzz reacts very well to guitar pots twists or whatever you feed into it, synth, contact mics... whatever!).
This became a very important part my metal and noise setups. So important that one at some point I decided to get a second one.
I highly suggest to directly contact MASF if you...…
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This is one of the heaviest and sickest noise-oscillo-fuzz I ever owned.
It's super loud, practically and totally uncontrollable and unpredictable, and that's why I love it so much: it's a pure brute force of nature!
Controls are super bare bones: Volume and Epilepsy (which is sort of a tone control) are super interactive, and influence the oscillation's character, so as the incoming input signal (this fuzz reacts very well to guitar pots twists or whatever you feed into it, synth, contact mics... whatever!).
This became a very important part my metal and noise setups. So important that one at some point I decided to get a second one.
I highly suggest to directly contact MASF if you wanna get one its pedals. It may take a bit more time, but so you can buy MASF pedal at fair prices. I would avoid ebay and such as there MASP pedals are sold 100$ more than from MASF itself!
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  • Manufacturer: M.A.S.F. Pedals
  • Model: Epilepsy
  • Category: Fuzz pedals
  • Added in our database on: 09/26/2013

Its name is "EPILEPSY". The meaning of the word is "epilepsy".

A pedal named after "EPILEPSY", which is caused by abnormal discharge of cerebral neurons.

Just as the main symptom of "epilepsy" is sudden involuntary movements, or "convulsions," the main symptom of "EPILEPSY" is involuntary convulsive oscillations.

Only two operation knobs, Volume and Epilepsy.

Although it is marked as Volume, it also affects the oscillating sound excessively depending on the position.

The knob titled Epilepsy, which is the same as the title of the work, has a tone effect, but the effect and response are different from those of normal ones, and it affects the oscillating sound excessively like Volume.

The two knobs react completely differently depending on the settings of the guitar and effector connected to the previous stage.

Furthermore, the sound changes blatantly depending on the remaining battery level and type.

It is very easy to produce a villainous oscillation explosion sound Fuzz sound with Epilepsy, but on the contrary it is very difficult not to oscillate, but it is possible if the four items of Volume, Epilepsy, the equipment in the previous stage, and the battery are exquisitely entwined. ..

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