The veteran pedal builders announced their collaboration in a series of Instagram posts over the weekend (7 November) – beginning with a video post explaining how the partnership came to be.
“Joel Korte [Founder, Chase Bliss Audio] and I have collaborated on a pedal together – as a result of both of us being in The Pedal Movie,” shared Zachary Vex, founder of Zvex Effects. “We worked together for many years at Zvex effects; designing pedals.”
Korte, who spent an early portion of his career at at Zvex, added: “Working at Zvex was the reason I fell in love with guitar pedals. And I’ve actually been thinking about this design for years, I’ve really wanted to make this for some time.”
The post from also hinted that an official announcement will drop tomorrow (10 November). Take a look below.
Chase Bliss Audio yesterday (8 November) gave a first look at the device, once again teasing an official announcement with the caption: “Tuesday.” Take a look below.
In Chase Bliss’ latest teaser, the brand shared an animated history of the Fuzz Factory, captioned with the hashtag: “#BlissFactory”.
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Today I’m sharing the story on the origin of the fuzz factory for no discernible reason whatsoever. In unrelated news, you might want to check out reverb.com/thepedalmovieshop at 10am CST on Tuesday 11/10. @thepedalmovie #BlissFactory Animation by @mollymlittle Music by @hansen_brett Narrated by @zvexeffects
Stay tuned to Guitar.com for more on the new pedal.
Elsewhere in the world of stompboxes, Boss also teased a new Waza Craft pedal in the works last Friday (6 November). Speculation has been rife as to what the new “compact pedal” will be.
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