The Sub Machine Fuzz combines shaggy fuzz with a growling sub octave circuit-switchable between series and parallel modes-with an octave up fuzz mode for searing subterannean sounds.
Jim Dunlop MXR CSP210 Custom Shop Sub Machine
• Run a cable from your guitar to the M225’s INPUT jack and run another cable from the M225’s OUTPUT jack to your amplifier.
• Turn the effect on by depressing the BYPASS footswitch.
• Start with all controls at 12 o’clock. • Rotate SUB control clockwise to increase volume of Sub-Octave signal or counterclockwise to decrease it.
• To engage the Fuzz signal’s Octave Up mode, depress the OCTAVE footswitch.
• Rotate VOLUME control clockwise to increase volume of fuzz signal or counterclockwise to decrease it.
• Rotate TONE control clockwise for a warmer fuzz sound or counterclockwise for a brighter fuzz sound.
• Rotate FUZZ control clockwise to increase amount of fuzz or counterclockwise to decrease it.
• Pushing the SERIES switch toggles between Parallel mode (switch OUT)—which runs the Sub-Octave and Fuzz signals independently of each other— to Series mode (switch IN, indicated by yellow LED), which runs the Sub-Octave signal into the Fuzz signal.