#3
It's a fuzz pedal for sure, but I couldn't tell you which one. I was personally looking for a nasty breakup like that. The Big Muff has the same flavour, but not as agressive.
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#4
Maybe it´s more than just one fuzz?

.. just saying.

@british:Cranking Pedals is nasty.
"Black gives way to more black."




I have UG Black Style and I can barely read my signature.

Also, I like black.


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#5
A Big Muff Pi NYC with the tone at a little less than half and the sustain at kinda high.

And maybe experiment with using the neck pick up.
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#7
Quote by Dawnwalker
Maybe it´s more than just one fuzz?

.. just saying.

I'm listening to it with headphones and it's two guitars in stereo. The left channel has a mellow fuzz and the right side has more crunch.
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It is a miracle that curiosity survives formal education.
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#8
Oo, how much does it cost?
I just bought a fuzz face kit.
And I am pretty disappoint.


Thanks guys, this problem is solved.
"Black gives way to more black."




I have UG Black Style and I can barely read my signature.

Also, I like black.


~DawnwalkerALL HAIL COMRADE DAWNWALKER
#9
I have a vintage Bug Muff PI I purchased in the late 70s. I loved it thru my vintage Marshall 100w stack. Truthfully I couldn't stand the Marshall without it.


John