The MXR Sub Machine Fuzz is a mean little box that combines the shaggy vintage tones of the La Machine Fuzz with a growling sub octave circuit, giving you a one way ticket to the sonic frontiers of he... Click To Read More About This Product
The MXR Sub Machine Fuzz is a mean little box that combines the shaggy vintage tones of the La Machine Fuzz with a growling sub octave circuit, giving you a one way ticket to the sonic frontiers of heavy.
The Sub Machine Fuzz features the La Machine Fuzz' circuitry and all of its functions, from its Volume, Tone, and Fuzz controls to its electrifying octave up mode. The MXR Custom Shop team upped the ante by adding an old school sub octave circuit with its own level control, so you can dial in just the right mix of fuzz and sub octave signals.
To further broaden the Sub Machine Fuzz' thunderous tonal palette, the Custom Shop team added a Series switch so you can run the sub octave signal straight into the fuzz for subterranean saturation, or alongside the fuzz for a split channel effect.
The Sub Machine Fuzz features true bypass switching and comes in a sturdy, road-ready housing with components to match.
Features the La Machine Fuzz' circuitry and all of its functions
Added old school sub octave curcuit with level control
Series switch allows you to run the sub octave signal straight into the fuzz
True bypass switching
Sturdy, road-ready housing
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Comments about MXR Sub Machine Octave Fuzz Pedal:
Plain and simple, this pedal is advertised as true bypass, and it is not. I emailed mxr/dunlop about this several weeks ago (I've had my submachine for about a month) and their response was that there was a typo in the manual, which the marketing department used to fashion the marketing campaign, and they didn't mean to mislead customers. Obviously this was not a typo, but a blatant attempt at false advertising, as it is still going weeks later when it could easily have been fixed by now. GUITAR CENTER, PAY ATTENTION THIS IS A BAD LOOK FOR YOU! This is real simple, email mxr/dunlop yourself and ask, don't take my word for it, but be sure you do before you pay for this product, or probably anything else they make. The best part is only after you buy the pedal and look at the manual do you find out the pedal is not only not true bypass, but surprise there is a buffer in there we didn't want to advertise! Shame on everyone involved because i know i emailed mxr weeks ago about this and they are clearly not worried about lying to their customers. Too many great products out there to roll the dice with a company like this.