Thus, Park was born, and the amps produced under that name were slight variations on Marshall circuits, until the company dissolved in 1982. Among the line of amps, a few pedals were also produced. Most of them were wahs or variations thereof, but one pedal stuck out: The Park Fuzz Sound. The original pedal featured unlabeled TO-1 package transistors, so one would think that the circuit left us with Jim Marshall. However, the good folks at Earthquaker Devices, in collaboration with the newly- resurrected Park Amplification have faithfully recreated the pedal. The new Park Fuzz Sound is hand-made, one at a time in exotic Akron, Ohio. The pedal is wired for true bypass and accepts a standard 9v center-negative Boss-style power adapter. The current draw is low, so it’s ready for your isolated power supplies.