NEMESIS+ Fuzz w/ Expression (Νέμεσις+)

dpFX NEMESIS+ fuzz/distortion (Νέμεσις+) with expression, frequency sweep, resonance
Create countless tones with this versatile fuzz pedal with resonance control and expression input.
Dual gain fuzz/distortion pedal for high gain freaks, with triple parametric EQ, and resonance control with wide frequency scan range which can be used as a sort of wah/sweep effect.
This is a pedal that can vary its gain from high gain distortion to extreme fuzz. Equipped with triple band EQ combined with an active resonance filter with controllable sharpness and very wide frequency range. Nemesis+ also features an expression input so that you can control the frequency scan with an expression pedal or a volume pedal which will give you the ability to use it as a sort of phasing-wah.

  • LO, MID, HI: parametric equalizer for Low, Mid and High frequency adjustment
  • FREQUENCY: select the frequency that the resonance happens.
  • Expression input: Connect and expression pedal or a volume pedal to this input and you will have the ability top control the frequency sweep function giving you an effect similar to wah.
  • Exp. toggle switch: Turn it to the "exp." position in case you connect an expression pedal to the expression input.
  • SHARPNESS toggle switch: select the sharpness of the resonance, High/Low
  • SHARP: fine tune the sharpness of the resonance.
  • GAIN toggle switch: select HI or LOW gain mode.
  • GAIN knob: sets the gain, it can vary from simple distortion to extreme fuzz. 
  • VOL.: sets the output volume 

▹ Voltage Required: DC 9 Volt
[Do not exceed recommended voltage! It may damage the circuit.]
▹ Max Current draw: 18mA
▹ Input impedance: 560kΩ

dpFX NEMESIS+ fuzz/distortion (Νέμεσις+) with expression, frequency sweep, resonance dpFX NEMESIS+ fuzz/distortion (Νέμεσις+) with expression, frequency sweep, resonance dpFX NEMESIS+ fuzz/distortion (Νέμεσις+) with expression, frequency sweep, resonance
Nomenclature:
In ancient Greece, Nemesis (Greek: Νέμεσις), also called Rhamnousia/ Rhamnusia ("the goddess of Rhamnous") was the goddess who enacted retribution against those who succumb to "hybris" (arrogance before the gods). Another name was Adrasteia/ Adrestia, meaning "the inescapable".
She was also a goddess of indignation against and retribution for evil deeds and undeserved good fortune.
The poet Mesomedes wrote a hymn to Nemesis in the early second century AD, where he addressed her:
"Nemesis, winged balancer of life, dark-faced goddess, daughter of Justice"
and mentioned her "adamantine bridles" that restrain "the frivolous insolences of mortals".