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Published on 04/13/06 at 04:16
This is an analog fuzz pedal, very original (not at all the kind Big Muff).
Include a volume (outpout), a ketone (EQ), a waveform (pinch) and a gain (Wool).
The decor is done by hand (a little fragile).

USE

It can not be simpler, turn the knobs, listen the result and that's it.

SOUND QUALITY

Keep in mind that the effect is very original. The pedal can be used with a low (of course), but also a guitar.
The quality is undeniable and expected for this type of high-end matétiel.

NOTICE GLOBAL

I use it for 6 months. This effect may seem confusing at first because very original, but it is necessary to learn to control it. A good noise gate is essential. Do not forget that this is a high-end pedal and therefore it really sounds as a head or preamp of equivalent quality. Careful equalization should be considered to master the animal.
The effect is not only what you can hear in Muse (Hysteria) because their bass player uses a very distinctive setting. It is also possible to obtain a very original distortion by adjusting the EQ, Wool and especially the Pinch.
Contrary to what is stated in the previous opinion, there is no loss in level lorsue it engages the pedal.
In short, it's great, expensive, upscale, original, very typical ...
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