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December 3, 2004
Cat's-Eye ESP Custom Analog Effects announced the latest addition to their line of fuzzes. The Hybrid Fuzz is a germanium / silicon hybrid that's fat, fuzzy and loud.
Based on an optimized version of the Fuzz Face circuit, it's intended to deliver authentic 60's tone through a small combo, while still capable of being a "Tone Monster" through a larger amp. Moreover, the Hybrid Fuzz is guaranteed not to pick up radio, overheat or display any of the other annoying problems usually encountered with vintage style fuzzboxes.
Sound samples of the Hybrid Fuzz and other Cat's-Eye pedals are available on-line.
For more information, visit their web site at www.cats-eyeesp.comCome on the FREE COURSE TOUR