Seymour Duncan recently introduced a new silicon Fuzz pedal called La Super Rica. It’s selling point is parametric EQ in the mids that lets you pick the frequency you want to boost or cut.

Many fuzz pedals don’t allow you to shape the mid-range, resulting in either a scooped sound that gets lost when you add bass and drums to the equation, or unpleasant frequencies that can lead to ear fatigue. So, after some pondering, we added a parametric mid-range control so you can dial in as much (or as little) of exactly the right frequency to fit your mix.

The result is a super rich fuzz pedal that is as versatile as it is toneful – capable of reproducing the iconic sounds that inspired it, as well as a surprising array of other fuzz tones – from blues and psychedelic rock to desert rock and stoner metal. How you use it is up to you. More info here.

Here’s a recent video by Shawn Tubbs (Signal chain: Guitar – Supa Rica Fuzz – Divided by 13 FTR 37 amp – Universal Audio Ox using Celestion V30 4×12 model with a Royer 121/57 mic combo.):

Check out the video by Shnobel, below.

Signal Chain, Fender Telecaster, Gibson Les Paul into the La Super Rica Fuzz then into a TC Electronic Alter Ego X4 Delay into a 1974 Marshall JMP Super Lead