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EMBLA

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This circuit was my first true invention and it has now gone through dozens of iterations to end up like this. I wanted a fuzz that behaved like an overdrive. I didn't like overdrives. Found them too boring. I couldn't find a fuzz that sounded cool, but could be managed like a regular drive unit.

EMBLA takes care of all of this and more. The gain and volume knobs take you from crisp, beautiful clean boost to thick, heavy fuzz and any nuance in between. It cleans up brilliantly and just always works. With any instrument, any amp and in any setting.

The bias knob lets you starve the signal without ever turning the pedal off. This can come in handy for bassists who don't want to just add to the noise floor of the band while idle or it can help you make your guitar sound like a 60s tonebender type fuzztone. The thickness control gives you the ability to pair it up with any amp. Turn it down for low wattage setups and back up for huge stage amps.

This is the pedal Ruban from Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Bent from Motorpsycho, James Bay and countless others have been jamming on for years now.

It's time to get one and free yourself from the tedious hassle of soundchecking all your drive units. This one saves you all that time and trouble, and sounds really cool while doing it!

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  • 5
    Embla fuzz - WOW! Part 2

    Posted by Mike Donkers on 29th Jan 2021

    I feel compelled to do a follow-up on my previous 5-star review of this excellent pedal. I should add that the Embla is very transparent for a fuzz pedal, which is kind of unusual but in a good way. Your original guitar really shines through when you kick it in. Another tjhing I'd like to add is that you can dial in anything from a Maestro Tone Bender (for that Satisfaction sound) to a Fuzz Face (for that Hendrix sound). I can't get over the versatility and transparancy of this pedal!

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