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Frantone Cream Puff

Fuzz pedal from Frantone

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Frantone Cream PuffPublished on 02/02/09 at 01:07
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Analog effect, hand made, true bypass, with sort and select components for optimum. Works with battery or transformer. Note that some effects do not work when you put the pedals APRS. Robust construction, housing mtal, Aesthetics and fun design will. So trs simple, vintage type with the key design and feminine Fran.

UTILIZATION

The config is very simple, three knobs, no need for manual, there is a sound that quickly agree (if you like that type of sound.
So basically it trs simple, plug and play. We just wish that some effects do not work the pedals derrire. So they put it at the chain end.

SOUND QUALITY

Bon ben the big point is, like any good pedals. What about ... trs is...…
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Analog effect, hand made, true bypass, with sort and select components for optimum. Works with battery or transformer. Note that some effects do not work when you put the pedals APRS. Robust construction, housing mtal, Aesthetics and fun design will. So trs simple, vintage type with the key design and feminine Fran.

UTILIZATION

The config is very simple, three knobs, no need for manual, there is a sound that quickly agree (if you like that type of sound.
So basically it trs simple, plug and play. We just wish that some effects do not work the pedals derrire. So they put it at the chain end.

SOUND QUALITY

Bon ben the big point is, like any good pedals. What about ... trs is subjective, but I love it. You can not play all the time, it's not a versatile effect, but a distortion-fuzz trs hot crmeuse, compresses well, which adds sustain to your grate, go and see on youtube , is a test that is done well. You can even make you think you are. But beware, it is sound, heavy, trs particular, but all these changes on the same bases pedals CHARACTERISTICS. This one has a true identity and a clean look.
I wish I prciser prfre tlcaster with my rendering. My gibson is doing well but I think sincrement that this type of effect is simple trs East microphones.
On the other hand, for the sound breathes a little more or less compressed parfoit I plug my G2D creamtone upstream, making it possible to clear up the sound, "make it a little more brilliant and transparent crystal. So for me it's all good.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a month, I play with it all the time because it has a sound that is not appropriate for what I play, but for my small compound / improv, is pure.
The look is standard, the sound also, as my bass player said, "tore the head."
Price lev too, but know that it has increased rcemment and that's really too expensive. But its for real, you have to pay. There's no secret. This is the first fuzz-like effect that I acquire, I am satisfied and I regret my purchase. But we must Obviously other distos for complter.
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  • Manufacturer: Frantone
  • Model: Cream Puff
  • Category: Fuzz pedals
  • Added in our database on: 01/30/2005

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Other names: cream puff, creampuff

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