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Electro Harmonix Lizard Queen Octave Fuzz Pedal
Introducing the Electro Harmonix Lizard Queen Octave Fuzz Pedal, a tribute to the golden era of Electro-Harmonix design in the 1970s. Originally conceived by renowned pedal designer Josh Scott of JHS Pedals and graphic artist Daniel Danger, this nano-sized pedal brings to life the tones and vibes of the original circuit design, courtesy of the skilled engineers at Electro-Harmonix.
At the heart of the Lizard Queen is a unique transistor-based octave fuzz distortion circuit, designed by Josh Scott himself. This innovative design creates a completely new and distinct EHX fuzz sound that you won't find anywhere else. The analog octave up circuit, inspired by EHX's fuzz pedigree, adds a touch of chaos to your tone, allowing you to dial in crushing rhythm sounds or chimey, clanging lead tones with ease. Adding to its allure, the Lizard Queen boasts vintage EHX-inspired graphics designed by Daniel Danger, reminiscent of the iconic designs from the 1970s.
The Lizard Queen features a simple yet powerful control layout, housed in EHX's space-saving Nano-sized chassis. The Volume knob controls the overall output level, while the Octave knob lets you adjust the level of the octave-up signal from subtle to full-on chaos. The Balance knob is where the magic happens, allowing you to fine-tune the tone balance between the smoother Shadow setting and the raspy, biting Sun setting. This control is particularly impactful when the octave is set to high, giving you a wide range of tonal options to explore. True bypass switching ensures that your tone remains unaltered when the pedal is disengaged, and a 9V battery is included for convenience (9V adapter optional). The Lizard Queen is a must-have for any fuzz aficionado or tone explorer looking for a unique and versatile pedal that pays homage to the rich legacy of Electro-Harmonix.
At Riffs & Licks Music, we think the Electro Harmonix Lizard Queen Octave Fuzz Pedal is a true gem. With its one-of-a-kind transistor-based octave fuzz circuit, blendable octave control, versatile tone balance, and stunning vintage-inspired graphics, it's a pedal that offers endless creative possibilities for musicians who dare to push the boundaries of their sound.
|Unique transistor-based octave fuzz distortion circuit designed by Josh Scott
|Blendable Octave to dial in the analog octave chaos
|Balance control adjusts between smooth sustaining tones and raspy fuzz tones
|1970s Electro-Harmonix graphic designed by Daniel Danger
|Road worthy die-cast chassis
|9V battery included
|9V battery included (optional 9.6VDC-200mA power adapter not included)
|4.5 x 2.75 x 2.1
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