Orange Fur Coat
Vintage Fuzz-pedal med justerbar oktav
Fur Coat er en Fuzz-pedal basert på den klassiske Foxx Tone Machine fra 1970, med justerbar oktav og EQ. Med de doble fotkontrollerne velger du om du vil ha vanlig Fuzz eller Oktav-Fuzz og Fur Coat har True Bypass.
Loosely based on the vintage Foxx Tone Machine, the Orange Fur Coat Fuzz takes its inspiration from the great fuzz pedals of the 70’s.
The Fur Coat gives you a fully controllable octave fuzz pedal. Separate switches mean you can choose between Fuzz or Octave Fuzz. The controllable Octave up fuzz means you can bring in the fuzz to whatever level you need and the EQ allows you to boost your Treble or Bass. This truly is a fuzz you control.
This is our only True Bypass pedal. This is because a Fuzz is better at the beginning of the chain where it interacts directly with your guitar. Placing the pedal further into your signal chain will give the fuzz a more distorted tone.
The Orange Fur Coat fuzz can be used into a clean amp or an amp with some hair. When used into an overdriven amp, it creates a unique, thick "fur coat" of vintage fuzz.
Something quite rare, rather than simply being able to switch it on/off, the Fur Coat adds octave up as you increase the octave control.
LOW POWER CONSUMPTION:
The Orange Fur Coat fuzz draws very little current (much less than 10mA) allowing for long battery life. Use a regulated 9-12V DC centre-negative power supply.
Cliff was also friendly with what was then a premier blues band called Fleetwood Mac. Mac became the first chart group to go Orange in late-1968 when they took with them to America the very first half dozen Orange 100-watters ever made. Sportingly, Cliff included the name Matamp below the psychedelic Orange logo engraved on amplifier front-plates.
But the Orange Matamp era would be relatively brief as stars as big and wide-ranging as Stevie Wonder, BB King, Jimmy Page, John Mayall, Ike and Tina Turner, and James Brown joined the client list and helped to establish the brand. Orders worldwide soon far outstripped the production capacity of the Huddersfield factory that Cliff had bankrolled for Matamp in early 1970.
When Orange introduced a 200-watt head in time for Fleetwood Mac’s spring 1969 tour with BB King, Peter Green remarked that the sound was too clean and so Cliff’s engineers voiced the amps deliberately to produce more distortion.
Then the 1972 introduction of the 120-watt and 80-watt Orange Graphic Amplifier OR series marked the start of an era in which Orange truly became The Voice of The World , with manufacturing now mostly in Bexleyheath. The Graphic’s front-plate used eye-catching graphic icons taken from a computer industry which was then in its infancy. The mid-1970s saw the launch of the first Orange amp with master volume overdrive the OD 120 model.
And Cliff by now was known in the business as Mr Orange or Monsieur Orange in France where Orange drum kits were made.
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