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Dwarfcraft Necromancer Fuzz

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by monsterthompson, Aug 2, 2016.

  1. monsterthompson

    monsterthompson The Eighth Note Wonder Of The World Supporting Member

    Nov 25, 2008
    I'm usually greatly annoyed by his demos, but I'm amused with this one.

    Not sure why it is a "bass" demo, but I'd guess it is the bass EQ being referenced.

    I haven't seen a thread on this beast yet, so let's get one going.

    I've just recently picked up a Volt Thrower and love it, but this has my ears.


    The Necromancer started as the Super Fuzz style circuit from the Silver Rose v2. We added a middle band was added to the EQ. The Mids knob is tuned to the deepest frequency dip created by flipping the “Mids” toggle down, allowing players to get a little more picky with their scooped tones.

    While rooted in the world of Old School Fuzz (and capable of many of those classic tones) there are also plenty of new and exciting textures in the Necromancer, thanks to it’s wide feature set, and slightly higher gain. Topping off the effect is some evil wizard art from Metalocalypse veteran SMO, a long time collaborator at Dwarfcraft.

    While designed primarily for guitar, the Necromancer is happy to destroy anything you can stick in it’s jack, and does exemplary work with the electric bass. Just watch those knobs, Dwarfcraft is proud to provide “too much” bass and treble on the dial.

    As usual, the pedal is true bypass, powered by the industry standard 9v center negative power plug. MSRP $175

    Enclosure Size = 4.67" x 3.68" x 1.18"
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  2. Tourniquet Man

    Tourniquet Man

    Jun 12, 2015
    I love this guy! Has me laughing out loud on most of his demos. Check out the happiness demo its a crack up (also a great pedal).
  3. rjovin

    rjovin Supporting Member

    May 27, 2011
    tampa, fl
    a work friend has one and i've played it a few times. it's a great pedal for what it is (modded super fuzz) and it has ended my hopes of wanting a super fuzz.
    i've owned a boss fz-2, a zvex fat fuzz factory clone and and a ss/bs buzzz as well as playing with this and i just don't like the tone of the super fuzz :-(
    it a shame cause this pedal looks awesome!
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