Pigtronix Releases Star Eater Fuzz

US All-analog pedal offers footswitchable booster and variable filter stage      23/06/22

Pigtronix says that Star Eater brings a unique approach and a new standard of performance to the world of boutique fuzz pedals. Here's their description of it...

Star Eater is an all-analog, dual footswitch super-jumbo Fuzz with a footswitchable booster and variable filter stage, allowing players to easily sculpt a massive array of inspiring, unique fuzz tones. On the fuzz side, newly-available, precision-matched transistor pairs are utilized to ensure that each and every unit is perfectly dialed in to "the sweet spot" that can be so elusive to find in vintage pedals.
 
A rocker switch provides your choice of Germanium or Silicon color. Downstream from the fuzz, a powerful booster stage drives the filter in the Star Eater. Scoop and Bump voicings for the filter can be selected via a rocker switch, drastically changing the frequency response of the Sweep control throughout its entire range.

Pricing and Availability:
$179

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