#1
...well, tomorow i will.

so what are you thoughts on it?...i got the USA version by the way.
#3
i just got one, but now im wishing i had something like a fuzz factory or fuzz face. it sounds best when boosted though.
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#4
very nice. just use it more for sustain and not so much its distortion, im not a fan if you crank the gain up to far. but great pedal nonetheless.
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#6
it needs more mids.
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#7
I'm just trying to resist posting my original thoughts on the thread title.
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#8
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...well, tomorow i will.

so what are you thoughts on it?...i got the USA version by the way.


You going to show us pics of your muff?
#9
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the russian one pwns immensely.


+1 Nicer than the USA, but a bit more in the distortion territory than the usa, not that it was a proper fuzz to begin with.

But its a nice unique sound
#10
Too much treble for my taste - I sometimes dial the tone down to 0 for more of a distortion (rather than fuzz) and sustain around 9 o' clock, it's a lot of fun to mix with other pedals for more ambient tones. It sustains nicely which is fun when combined with a guitar's trem arm.