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  • savardgiomsavardgiom

    attention to its perfect volume difficult

    Death By Audio Supersonic Fuzz GunPublished on 01/21/13 at 12:47
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    fuzz. Pedal mentally ill. Less than a Big Muff cream, denser than fuzz face. Really cool. Geek stuff anyway.

    UTILIZATION

    Simple: no. There are filters, levels, gain ... as the previous opinion: it is not plug-and-play at all ...

    SOUND QUALITY

    ... but it sounds. It is the happiness of fuzz. The large dense vintage (so HP holes). The self-oscillation mode is great, it can effect (including activating and deactivating rapidly and touching filters) delusional. I have a song that ended in a big trip like this. The FLAT I find that it sounds a lot must adjust gain on the pedal and result ... switched it sounds louder than the rest. This is a handicap.

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    fuzz. Pedal mentally ill. Less than a Big Muff cream, denser than fuzz face. Really cool. Geek stuff anyway.

    UTILIZATION

    Simple: no. There are filters, levels, gain ... as the previous opinion: it is not plug-and-play at all ...

    SOUND QUALITY

    ... but it sounds. It is the happiness of fuzz. The large dense vintage (so HP holes). The self-oscillation mode is great, it can effect (including activating and deactivating rapidly and touching filters) delusional. I have a song that ended in a big trip like this. The FLAT I find that it sounds a lot must adjust gain on the pedal and result ... switched it sounds louder than the rest. This is a handicap.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had 1 or 2 years. It is a beautiful jewel. on the other hand it is not on my pedalboard precisely because of this thing volume (to put it sounds, but it comes out then 2 times stronger than my other pedals). THEREFORE: I advise to geeks who play more often (or always) without fuzz mode 4 or 5 other sounds on the same level.
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  • RonmoRonmo

    Fuzz factory

    Death By Audio Supersonic Fuzz GunPublished on 07/01/12 at 16:55
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Fuzz pedal

    UTILIZATION

    For configuration, it is well equipped for a fuzz, five buttons and a switch and more.
    To adjust the pedal and you are in a trip to the Zvex, ie it must turn the knobs, the possibilities are immense, but in return, you must enjoy spending time looking at the plan suited his desired it is far from "plug and play"

    SOUND QUALITY

    This is an extremely versatile fuzz, sound super hot and creamy, with its acid, completely blocked see ... we can also have more traditional fuzz tones.
    There are not many limits to this pedal, it can venture into virtually any style of music saturated and it will delight lovers of sound experimentation.
    Some plan idea…
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    Fuzz pedal

    UTILIZATION

    For configuration, it is well equipped for a fuzz, five buttons and a switch and more.
    To adjust the pedal and you are in a trip to the Zvex, ie it must turn the knobs, the possibilities are immense, but in return, you must enjoy spending time looking at the plan suited his desired it is far from "plug and play"

    SOUND QUALITY

    This is an extremely versatile fuzz, sound super hot and creamy, with its acid, completely blocked see ... we can also have more traditional fuzz tones.
    There are not many limits to this pedal, it can venture into virtually any style of music saturated and it will delight lovers of sound experimentation.
    Some plan ideas can arise with the sounds that this pedal can produce ... a pedal that can be inspiring.

    oscillation mode is excellent and brings another dimension, it switches to schizophrenic welcome to the wacky world of plans, and other fancy sound effects sound.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It is of good quality but it's expensive.
    We must learn to tame the beast, but once done, the many possibilities of the pedal will be your reward.
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