Inspired by the Lizard Queen, the best attempt ever to recreate the vintage Electro-Harmonix octave fuzz.
Made in collaboration between Electro-Harmonix, JHS, and acclaimed artist/illustrator Daniel Danger, this is a fire-breather of an octave fuzz pedal straight out of EHX’s early ’70s golden age.
The Lizard King boasts a fully adjustable analog octave-up effect, allowing you to achieve a range of sounds from a subtle clang to a wild vintage-octave frenzy.
Instead of a conventional tone control, the Balance knob offers two distinct sonic voices on opposite ends, serving as a combined tone/gain control and providing access to a wide variety of heavily distorted sounds to explore. The pedal incorporates a fixed-level fuzz circuit meticulously optimized for delivering a powerful wall-of-sound experience.
The final result stands as a superb octave fuzz pedal, earning its esteemed position among the Electro-Harmonix pedal collection.
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