The Fig Fumb is based on a classic Big Muff circuit but with super amount of stability due to the fact it has an inbuilt foot-switchable noise gate and with the added value of an expression input you can get fuzz wah, fuzz phaser, and tone control with your foot. It also contains a fully paracentric EQ to dial in that perfect muff tone from all the different Big Muff era's.
The Tremotron is a digitally controlled dual analog tremolo with assignable presets inbuilt and accessible via midi. Its also got layers underneath each setting to control modulation and layers of a secondary tremolo. Its got expression control, wave form pre-sets, rate, depth, tone, shape, level, tap tempo, tap divisions. You name it and it has it. Compact profile on your pedal board as well.
The Warp drive is a high gain paracentric distortion filter. When we say high gain we mean really high gain. Ultra saturated cascading gain stage circuit. Going from Sabbath era hard rock metal, Pantera early 1990's metal, to more modern metal like Mastadon, Bullet for My Valentine and Trivium.
The Trashy Blonde is a classic Marshall® amps type of British Distortion pedal that allows you to dial in some tones from AC/DC classic 70''s rock and roll to JCM800 territory. Best placed in front of an amp that is verging on breakup so you can definitely push it over the limit into luscious rock tones.
The Syncopy is a digitally controlled analog delay pedal featuring 1000m/s of delay time. Fully analog but with a digital brain allowing this pedal to have the warmth and quirkiness of an analog pedal but with the control of a digital pedal