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The Pro Tone Springfield Fuzz is based on a classic 1969 design with modern improvements in tone, usability and reliability. The pedal is designed to achieve the creamy fuzz from the early 70s, ranging from Clapton/Hendrix/Zeppelin-esque tube distortion to bluesy fuzz to the sludgy, throaty sounds are all at your fingertips. Operation is simple with a footswitch and one knob to control the fuzz.
The Springfield Fuzz features:
Price of $79.00
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