NPD (this time it's actually NEW for a change)

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  1. milesdeem

    milesdeem Well-Known Member

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    I'm lovin' it....
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    Very sweet - a high quality Fuzz pedal; what's not to love about that!

    You've got 48 hours to practice then I wanna hear your version of this: :D



    Fuzzalicious.

    :dude::dude::dude:
     
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    milesdeem Well-Known Member

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    :lol:....and Voodoo Chile, and Inna Gadda Divida, and the MC5 version of Summertime Blues....
     
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    Update: This is one crazy pedal. It is a mini-version of the Mastotron pedal. Very easy to figure out. Level at almost halfway, and PW (pulse wave) knob to the left/counter-clockwise you get noise and hum and good "greasy" thickness. Turn the knob more clockwise and the noise and hum disappears gradually until it's all gone because of the 'gate effect built in...still with a thick/rich/chewy fuzzy goodness though. PW knob turned all the way clockwise give's max noise gate and some loss of sustain (but still some creepy overtones). It can do everything from Iron Butterfly to ????...but not metal. There is no such thing as "tight" bass using this one. That's fine with me. I expected exactly that.
    A neat thing I found out when testing was I can make the "semi-acoustic wood-house" sound like a helicopter in a battle zone.
    BTW no room for stupid 9V battery. Good I say.
     
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    Challenge acce...*slaps self* No, Metal! You can not spend money on a new pedal just to see if you can make it do metal! But wese haz to! We haz to plays the metalz!!!

    *ahem* anywho... Very cool pedal man!!! :thumb:
     
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    milesdeem Well-Known Member

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    LOL the bass be so loose it like throwing a smoked sausage down a mineshaft :dude:
     
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    Oh but don't you know? Its not the size of the bass but the motion of your rhythm :naughty::dude:....or something...
     
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    I think since this Fuzzolo pedal pack's such a fuzz-punch, and since I get some crazy overtones and some doped-up feedback working with whatever music I might play, it'd be great for some experimental heavy music as well as some far-out noise-core thing.
    I'm also seeing about possibly finding a vintage 1x12 or 2x12 SUNN O)))transistor combo (under $10,000 LOL my gosh some of them are priced to scare all prospective buyers away) to top off my addiction before the holiday season. I have found a couple different one's I might afford. Then my corner of the neighborhood will not be so safe for those with ears anymore :rofl:
     
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    Nice pedal !!!
     
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    Thanks Goo....it's a lot of fun :D
    BTW I have a correction in the terminology: The PW knob is "Pulse Width".....not "Pulse Wave" as I wrote earlier.
     
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    ok,im not familiar with either term so to me it wouldnt matter lol.over my head.i just plug um in and twist knobs till they sound good
     
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