Hey UG,

So, recently I bought this fuzz star by BiYang. It was fairly cheap, but I thought it sounded good, in the shop. Now, I'm using it at home and it sounds rather.. thin. I dont know what it is, I crank my amp up but still when I hear myself play a solo with the fuzz on it sounds thin and very uh, empty.

How can I fix this?


Fender American Strat, texas specials
Fender Tele Baja
Ibanez Analog Delay
Boss Keeley Blues Driver
Katana boost
Dunlop Wah
Better amp
In the shop, they probably had both better amps and acoustics. That's their selling-trick-thing.
But maybe try to fiddle with the settings on your amp to get a bit more bass?
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Dean From Hell CFH
yup, everything ALWAYS sounds better in the shop than at home. set bass and treble to max, same counts for the knobs on your guitar: lead and rythm sound and tone to the max. if that wont work, suing the bastards could be an option to get some $$$ for another amp ^^