Announced via Instagram, only 100 units of the ZVex Full Of Hell Limited Edition Fuzz Factory will be made. And if you want to get one for yourself, you’ll have to pop over to the band’s website, where it is being sold exclusively.
Full Of Hell
These 100 exclusive ZVex Full Of Hell Fuzz Factory pedals all come in a unique black and white finish. This limited run of the popular fuzz features art by Mark McCoy, and the pedals themselves are all set to be pretty collectible, considering there will only ever be a hundred of these available.
Black & White Fuzz
The description from the band’s store is pretty much exactly what you would expect to hear from a Fuzz Factory. The circuit and controls are the same as the current standard production model from ZVex. But then this is more about the limited edition artwork and exclusivity, perfect for fans of the band and/or pedal collectors.
Packed with knobs that let you control everything from tight, radically fuzzy sounds that gate off instantly when you stop playing, to intermodulating oscillations that fight for control of your guitar as your notes decay, to shortwave radio sounds, ripping velcro and octave-like fuzz. Includes an on/off LED and center-negative DC power jack. Featuring artwork by the one and only Mark McCoy from Full of Hell’s newest album “Garden of Burning Apparitions”
The Ultimate Experimental Fuzz?
I’ve been a long time fan of the ZVex Fuzz Factory and have owned one for many, many years. It is versatile, fun to use, and sounds great. The pedal’s designer, Zachary Vex, really struck gold with this fuzz circuit. Many musicians have used it to great affect and it has appeared on many famous recordings. However, I think it still has much more to offer. So if you have never tried one, you really are missing out. And if you fancy one of these limited edition models, simply head over to the Full Of Hell web store from the link below.
RRP – USD 260