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December 9, 2004
Just in time for the holidays, Z.Vex Effects announces the release of the silkscreened Vexter Series Fuzz Factory. This new model Fuzz Factory has the same sound and parts as the original hand-painted Fuzz Factory, but it's been updated with an on/off LED and a DC power jack that works with Boss-type 9VDC adaptors.
Jason Myrold designed the silkscreen artwork, black and green over a hand-polished, lacquered aluminium enclosure. The Vexter Series Fuzz Factory is exactly the same as the hand-painted series in sound and function, but because it is not hand-painted, the company is able to offer it at a moderately reduced price to their dealers. For those unfamiliar with the Fuzz Factory, there are audio and video demonstrations of some of its wild and crazy tones on the Z. Vex web site.
Features of the Vexter Fuzz Factory:
For more information, visit their web site at www.zvex.com