Japanese company Animals Pedal brought some playful names and graphics to the stompbox game, but also some excellent circuits at an affordable price.
Their new Sunday Afternoon is Infinity Bender Fuzz perfectly reflects the quirky nature of this builder: a collaboration with Matthew Holl of Wren and Cuff, the pedal was designed with the goal to get as close to germanium tones as possible using silicon transistors. It’s voiced after a germanium Tone Bender, but features a silicon chip at its core. And, in case you are wondering, the “Smooth” knob acts as a Tone control.
You can hear how it sounds in the videos below.
The Animals Pedal Sunday Afternoon Is Infinity Bender is the result of a collaboration between Animals Pedal and renowned pedal builder Matthew Holl of Wren and Cuff.
Holl’s goal in designing the pedal was to get as close to germanium tones as possible using silicon transistors. Sunday Afternoon is Infinity Bender reproduces the famed mid-60’s germanium Tone Bender sound, but with a silicon chip at its core.
Featuring FUZZ and VOLUME controls, as well as a SMOOTH knob that adjusts the tone balance, warmth and edginess, the pedal delivers a thick and warm fuzz tone with a center of gravity in the low to mid region.
Reproduce the classic tone bender fuzz sound. Order today.