Silicon Transistor Fuzz For Guitars And Synths

Sunsine Audio introduces the Vanishing Point      23/04/13

Sunsine Audio has announced the Vanishing Point - Dual Gain Stage Silicon Transistor Fuzz, which they tell us features high-quality components and true bypass switching, designed for both traditional and electronic musicians. A spokesperson had this to say...

"The Vanishing Point fuzz is extremely sensitive to your instrument controls including volume, tone, pick-up selection etc. It can deliver both soft clipping (creamy tube-style distortion) as well as hard clipping (square-wave fuzz distortion). Roll the Shape and Fuzz knobs, or your guitars volume knob back and you will find a slightly distorted and boosted classic overdrive sound, bringing to mind pushed pre-amp tubes. Crank the knobs up and it smears into a velvety chainsaw fuzz, chopping the guitar signal into a squarewave and delivering shades of late-60s nostalgia. Additionally, turning the volume knob up provides enough additional gain to overdrive the first stage of an amp. Stomp the effect off, and you have your original signal, unaffected in any way.

Designed with a very wide frequency response range to accommodate guitars and basses as well as synthesizers, drum machines, vocals, iPads and just about anything else - this pedal does not weaken your bass frequencies. Perfect for rudely smashing up beats or adding some analog grit or bite to any signal."


Vanishing point is manufactured in the USA utilizing high quality parts. Entirely hand drilled, wired and assembled, including testing and selecting "matched" transistors to ensure quality and consistency. Each unit is numbered, signed and dated and comes with a One Year Service Warranty on all electronic parts.

  • All Analog
  • Dual Gain Stage
  • Hard and Soft Clipping
  • High Quality Components
  • Hand Wired and Assembled
  • Numbered, Signed, Dated
  • One Year Electronics Warranty
  • Rugged Aluminium Knobs and Enclosure
  • True Bypass
  • Designed for all musicians

 

 

Pricing and Availability:


Available now for $140

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4 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
huh??    Said...

i don't think the youtube link works right, seems to play psy trance

23-Apr-13 04:02 AM


Tim Webb / discchord    Said...

Ha! Maybe you need to check your router.

23-Apr-13 09:12 AM


Eau    Said...

The link is fine. IF you care to watch the video for more than a few seconds you'd see that the Vanishing Point is clearly being featured.

Cool vid, nice fuzz.

23-Apr-13 12:02 PM


Jesse J    Said...

Thanks for demoing the fuzz on a synth!

Featured this in the "Guitar pedals on Synths and Drummachines" -group on Facebook.

Please join in!

23-Apr-13 10:33 PM


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