Red Witch call its Fuzz God IV the “most dial-able fuzz on the planet”

An internal eight-way dip switch offers 264 gain and tone combinations.

The fourth iteration of Red Witch’s Fuzz God pedal has arrived, and this time, the New Zealand pedal maker says that the Fuzz God IV is the “most dial-able fuzz on the planet”.

The Fuzz God IV returns to a horizontal design, akin to the Fuzz God II. Its controls include three foot switches, three knobs and two mini-toggles.

From left to right, foot switches engage the effect, an Octavia circuit, and a Wrath Oscillation mode. To quickly find out what mode you’re in, you can refer to the tri-colour LED located in the top. Red indicates that the fuzz is engaged; blue means it’s in Octavia mode; violet corresponds to fuzz with Octavia; Cyan denotes fuzz with Wrath oscillation, and White means that the fuzz, Octavia and Wrath are all engaged.

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Knobs include a master volume, a fuzz knob, and ‘Wrath’ and ‘Sputter’ controls. Turning the ‘Sputter’ knob clockwise produces a more smooth signal, while going counterclockwise introduces more sputtery, squelchy fuzz goodness.

Located internally is an eight-way dip switch which offers even more in terms of tonal variety. These make changes to the tone and gain of the Fuzz God IV, and a total of 264 combinations are available.

Hear the Fuzz God IV in action below:

The Fuzz God IV is available now at $239.99. Each is hand assembled, numbered and signed by Red Witch’s Ben Fulton. The first batch is limited to 150 pieces.

Learn more at redwitchpedals.com 

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