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Philip Czarnecki Showcases JAM Pedals’ Fuzz Phrase Si

Philip Czarnecki Showcases JAM Pedals’ Fuzz Phrase Si


Philip Czarnecki returns with another superb demo, this time featuring the JAM Pedals Fuzz Phrase Si. Philip’s social media presence is growing rapidly, thanks to his high quality, professional product demonstrations. His demos are praised for being honest, transparent, and delivered in a friendly manner. FX Pedal Planet Online Store is proud to partner with Philip.

The Fuzz Phrase Si by JAM Pedals is a modern reinterpretation of the beloved classic fuzz sound. Inspired by the iconic JAM Pedals Fuzz Phrase Ltd, this pedal combines the warm, harmonic richness and dynamic responsiveness of its Germanium predecessor with the reliable stability of silicon transistors.

Extensively tested and meticulously crafted, the Fuzz Phrase Si utilises BC107 transistors, precisely tuned to produce the sought after tonal characteristics, extended sustain, and easy cleanup. Its BC107C metal can variants introduce an extra searing intensity and bright zing, ensuring your sound stands out.

Compared to traditional Germanium fuzz pedals, the Fuzz Phrase Si provides more consistent performance, making it ideal for those who want reliable tone without frequent adjustments. With 14 carefully designed circuit components, including Level and Gain knobs, it offers greater output and range than classic Fuzz Faces.

While some might prefer external Bias controls, the Fuzz Phrase Si is designed to deliver rich, full bodied tones without the need for temperature sensitive adjustments.

Whether you're a seasoned pedal enthusiast or a newcomer to fuzz pedals, the JAM Pedals Fuzz Phrase Si promises exceptional sound and style at a competitive price.

For more details about the Fuzz Phrase Si and other JAM Pedals products, visit ART FOR YOUR EARS. And for more of Philip’s engaging demos, follow him on social media by clicking DEMO.

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