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  • flatdreamflatdream

    Good 70s fuzz tone with modern improvments

    Deep Trip BOGPublished on 11/11/22 at 23:20
    I play the BOG either in a fender or Marshall, with single coils P90 or humbuckers.
    It s a classic, FF tone that cleans nicely with guitar volume. A tiny bit more modern sounding than the Germanium old school clones.
    This been said.
    - They solved the problem of having to put it 1st in the chain. you can use the BOG anywhere you want without getting bother with the noise, feed backs or change in intensity and sound.
    - Add a Bias knob which litteraly gives you 3 different Fuzz and all the in between.
    It goes from velcro scratchy to more compressed thru FF
    - add trebble and bass enhancers. It is not tone here but more of some shaping equa where you can boost the lows to get heavy bottom…
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    I play the BOG either in a fender or Marshall, with single coils P90 or humbuckers.
    It s a classic, FF tone that cleans nicely with guitar volume. A tiny bit more modern sounding than the Germanium old school clones.
    This been said.
    - They solved the problem of having to put it 1st in the chain. you can use the BOG anywhere you want without getting bother with the noise, feed backs or change in intensity and sound.
    - Add a Bias knob which litteraly gives you 3 different Fuzz and all the in between.
    It goes from velcro scratchy to more compressed thru FF
    - add trebble and bass enhancers. It is not tone here but more of some shaping equa where you can boost the lows to get heavy bottoms body as well as boosting high mids and trebble on the other side that gives a very nice clarity that cut thru. when combine you shape the tone of your Fuzz the way you like it.

    The BOG is reliable, sturdy, easy to use. You get a good tone right away. And it looks great too.
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