Featuring a woozy graphic design from Bay Area artist Alan Forbes and a super-simple control layout with Tone, Output and fuzz knobs, the Brown Acid Fuzz looks perfect for thick riffs and squealing solos alike. The name – an obvious reference to the dodgy drugs rumoured to have been floating around Woodstock in 1969 – implies that this pedal is best suited for psychedelic, doomy stylings, delivering dirty, saturated fuzz tones that muddy the mix.
While there’s not a heap of demos on the internet yet, if it’s got the MXR badge on it, you should already know it’s the real deal. This pedal’s also meant to be limited to 500 units worldwide, so make sure you jump on this opportunity quick smart.
Head to Australasian Music Supplies for more details.