The third and final installment in a series of epic tone!
Like any epic trilogy worth the dust it’s written in, the seeds of the climactic final scenes were often sown at the very start, their inevitability brought into stark contrast as they square up under the burning gaze of the sun.
From the moment I started soldering on Ennio #001, the idea of adding a variable gain cut control was already in the works. The Ennio Trilogy Edition (now only available as a custom order) was developed to add gain cut features while keeping the smaller size and form factor of the original Ennio, and it instantly found fans among guitarists who want a 60-style fuzz and a cutting overdrive pedal in one.
But as versatile as the 3-way Trilogy Switch is, I knew that at some point I wanted to offer up an ultimate version of this idea, complete with a variable gain-cut control and packaged as a glorious, big-box version with custom paint. Because as hard as I work on the layout and form factor of my pedals, at heart I’m a pedal geek that loves a nice big box to give the artwork room to breathe.
This path inevitably led me to your next pedal – The Ennio “Ultimate Trilogy” Edition!
While the pedal shares the same buzzsaw bite that has made the Ennio a benchmark for 60s-style fuzz, it adds a third knob – the Trilogy Control – that gives you complete, variable control of the gain cut feature. Rolled all the way up, you have the full-on buzzsaw of the Ennio. But no matter how far you roll it back, the pedal retains the sizzling high end that’s so signature to this type of fuzz – Best of both worlds!
Paint it up with a color I’ve named Blood in the Dust, add vintage-style creme knobs and graphics that include the Man With No Name’s serape pattern on either side and you have the most versatile, best-looking 60s fuzz pedal on the market today!
It’s the final showdown – What pedal are you packing?