Push+Pull Pedals Triton Sputnik Fuzz


Push+Pull Pedals

The Triton Sputnik Fuzz is a combination between a Fuzz Face and a Big Muff. It has a tight mid range and copious amounts of low end. The circuit board is hand wired using a hybrid turret board that is built by hand.

The controls are volume, tone, fat switch and gain switch. The unity level for the volume is about 1 o'clock. The tone control works as a high cut so that you could take down the grittiness of the fuzz. The tone control is also reminiscent of the Big Muff tone structure. The Sputnik tone structure is focused on the most useful range allowing the fuzz to be musical at any setting. The fat switch adds low end when it gets turned on. The gain switch allows you to select between two different gain settings. When the toggle switch is down, it works with a trim pot on the inside so you can set it for a lower gain setting. When the switch is up, the gain is full on balls-to-the-wall. Alternatively, you can use your volume control on the guitar to control the gain for a more subtle adjustment on the fly. While the pedal sounds great with full gain, it also sounds great with a lower gain fuzz (whether you use the switch or the guitar volume knob). The in/out jacks and 9v jacks are in the back so that the pedal doesn't take up more space than it needs to. The pedal is perfect for someone who wants a fuzz with overdrive characteristics and versatility. Also great for lower gain usage or to stack in front of a cranked tube amp or an overdrive pedal.

Push+Pull Pedals Triton Sputnik Fuzz Features:

  • Hand Wired
  • constructed using a turret terminal circuit board
  • true-bypass
  • buffer switch
  • buffer circuit is completely bypassed

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