So WITH IT! So NOW! So FAR OUT!
A few years back I came across this interesting/hilarious article about the Univox Super Fuzz from an October 1969 issue of Science and Electronics magazine.
It's pretty funny to see how the raw and completely gnarly sound of a Japanese octave fuzz just blew the mind of the author (and most likely anyone else who plugged one in for the first time).
So read through this if you feel like completely nerding out today. It's a fun look into the theory of distortion from late 60s rock musicians and electronics geeks...
Thanks for reading!