Dwarfcraft Devices Announces the Necromancer Super Fuzz

March 22, 2016

 
Customers demanded it and Dwarfcraft made it. The Necromancer started as the Super Fuzz style circuit from the Silver Rose v2. While rooted in the world of old-school Fuzz (and capable of many of those classic tones) there are also plenty of new and exciting textures in the Necromancer, thanks to it’s wide feature set, and slightly higher gain.
 
The Necromancer started as the Super Fuzz style circuit from the Silver Rose v2. We added a middle band was added to the EQ. The Mids knob is tuned to the deepest frequency dip created by flipping the “Mids” toggle down, allowing players to get a little more picky with their scooped tones.
 
While designed primarily for guitar, the Necromancer is happy to destroy anything you can stick in it’s jack, and does exemplary work with the electric bass. Just watch those knobs, Dwarfcraft is proud to provide “too much” bass and treble on the dial.
 
As usual, the pedal is true bypass, powered by the industry standard 9v center negative power plug.

Features:


-Super Fuzz style circuit with a three band EQ
-Classic mid-scoop provided by a handy toggle switch
-The ‘Mids’ knob is tuned to the deepest frequency dip created by flipping the “Mids” toggle down, so you can dial in your scooped tones
-This pedal boasts almost “too much” bass and treble in the EQ
-Art by SMO, former animator for Metalocalypse
-True bypass and powered by industry standard 9v center negative power
 
The Necromancer will retail for $175 and will be ready to ship by March 28th.
 
For more information visit: Dwarfcraft Devices 
 
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