Erica Synths Releases Fusionbox, Crazy Standalone Analog Multi-Effects Unit

Erica Synths have released Fusionbox, a flexible, dirty, crazy, wild standalone effects unit that is analog and could fit perfectly in your studio to add more grit and sub bass to your other machines.

"You want bass? You can't handle this bass!" Well, that's not quite true. Erica Synths have just released their Fusionbox, an awesome-sounding flexible, analog, multi-effects unit that stands on its own. This thing is just crazy. Yes, it includes the usual delay, flanger, chorusm tube overdrive, and also a "vintage stereo ensemble" mode. 

In short this €440 analog effects machine is something we want to properly try out here at AskAudio, especially with the promise of extreme overdrive and very, very deep bass. Check out the video below...

Erica Synths has released long-awaited Fusiobox! It is distinct multi-functional analogue effects unit that combines BBD chip based effects – delay, flanger, chorus – with tube overdrive in the delay output and feedback path for extra thickness of sound. For more flexibility, lowpass filtering is fully adjustable from none to extreme for really deep bass sound. Special feature, not found in other contemporary stompboxes or effect units, is Vintage Stereo Ensemble.

Rear view of Erica Synths Fusionbox.

Fusionbox Features:

  • Delay and Flanger effects

  • Vintage Ensemble Stereo effect

  • Tube overdrive in the delay output and feedback path

  • FX send/receive connector

  • Footswitch connector

  • 2 BBD chips (1024 and 4096 stages)

  • Passive Lowpass filter for extreme subbass sound

Erica Synths Fusionbox




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