We have the pleasure of giving you the first listen of the Spaceman's Titan II Fuzz Machine!
The Titan II Fuzz Machine is a unique discrete circuit using silicon transistors. Despite only having three control parameters, the Titan II packs a wide array of distinct tones within its cast aluminum shell. At full bore, you will get splatty, nasty fuzz tones; but the wide range Gain control also delivers great low gain tones that start to crossover into overdrive territory. In between these extremes, there exists fuzzy distortion tones as well.
To introduce even more tonal variety, the Titan II cleans up nicely with the volume on your instrument, adding additional levels of fuzz textures and expression. The Tone control offers a complex tonal shift, which really allows the Titan II to cover an incredible range of fuzz tone and texture. The Titan II sounds awesome with standard, bass and baritone guitars, as well as most things you plug into it.
Our good pal Drew from Shred Riffs was on ripping shred duty going between contained and chaos using the guitar volume to show off how versatile this fuzz machine can be. Running Drew's killer strat and my baritone special through the Dr. Z Amps Z-Lux proved to be a really good choice! Stick around until the end of this video for some nasty, splatty bass riffs that Drew slays on his Fender P Bass running through a vintage Fender Showman 1x18.