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The Collective

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Description


The Collective is a brand new fuzz pedal designed by Hungry Robot. The Collective is one of the most over-designed, complex fuzz pedals on the market, a true desert island fuzz. The focus while designing the pedal was to create a fuzz to satisfy the most ardent tone tweaker or fuzz connoisseur. The Collective covers a lot of ground with plenty of external controls and momentary controls as well as over a DOZEN internal parameters to narrow down that perfect fuzz tone even more. The Collective is a pedal that requires and encourages exploration.

Starting at the top of the pedal, the "Conventional" knob is a traditional sounding fuzz. This is meant to balance out the more chaotic fuzz tones and provides a bread-and-butter sound when you need it.

The "Low Spectrum" and "High Spectrum" knobs are part of an active State-Variable Filter. Similar to the one found on The Lumen.

The "Synthetic" knob is a logic based CMOS fuzz that can be described using the words, velcro-ey, synth-ey, gate-ey, and glitch-ey.

The "Pristine" knob allows you to blend in your clean signal when you need a bit of pureness to balance out the crazier sounds.

On the left is the "Overload" knob. This controls the amount of sound let back through an internal feedback loop. The output of the fuzz is fed back into the input causing self-oscillation and some gnarly textures. Underneath the knob is a dedicated momentary footswitch to activate the feedback loop or you can latch the feedback loop on by flipping the toggle switch up.

On the right is the "Submerge" knob. This is a monophonic sub-octave fuzz. Similar to the "Synthetic" fuzz, this is also CMOS-based. The "Submerge" also has a dedicated momentary footswitch to add in the sub-octave with its own toggle switch that can latch the sub-octave.




Controls


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Technical Specs


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Video Demonstrations


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