The guys at Farm Pedals don’t give us a lot of info on their about page, besides making it clear that, as a matter of fact, they also run a farm in Maine. But even if they didn’t, the sheer number of stompboxes they have released this far would justify the use of the word “Farm” in their company’s name.
Reverb.com/Tone Report just unveiled this video of their Subsoiler Fuzz, a pedal meant to rip through your ears!
Heavy, deep, rich, harmonically tuned fuzz steamroller. This is a pedal for heavy riffs. Using the low pass, compression and fuzz controls, you can dial in everything from sharp cutting tones all the way to deep sustaining walls of fuzz.
A Subsoiler is a piece of farm machinery that is dragged behind a tractor to breakup subsoil compaction… the tines dive feet underground, ripping up any hardpan layers in the growing zones… it’s an apocalypse machine.
C: Compression. CCW brighter, louder, looser, less sustain, less compressed. CW darker, quieter, tighter, more sustain, more compressed.
F: Fuzz Gate. This controls the voltage levels in the fuzz stage. CCW woollier and glitchy. CW brighter and aggressive. The Fuzz Gate is very interactive with the Compression knob. As you increase the compression, it increases the intensity of the velcro like gating.
LP: Low Pass. CCW frequency roll-off ~150hz. Center frequency roll-off ~600hz. CW full open.