The Red Witch Fuzz God II lives up to its name, creating a particular kind of distortion known as "fuzz”, due to the namesake quality of its processed guitar sound.
The Analog Fuzz God II offers two very contrasting features that the user can select by depressing a footswitch. The unit can provide classic, 1960's styled fuzz sounds, perfect for recalling the tones of Eric Clapton or Jimi Hendrix. It also has the option of providing wild electronic device emulation, synth-like chaotic tones, and suboctave craziness – just the right inspiration for guitar players with more experimental and unorthodox tastes.
There are devices available on the market that do one of these functions, but the Fuzz God II is the only device that opens up the possibility of using them both within the same unit. Hugely popular, the Red Witch Analog Fuzz God II has established itself as a trusted favorite of fuzz aficionados around the world including The Edge (U2), Monte Pitman (Madonna), Peter Stroud (Sheryl Crowe) and the Arctic Monkeys.