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Guyatone TZ-2 The Fuzz

Fuzz pedal from Guyatone belonging to the Micro Effect series

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stan toweliestan towelie

Guyatone TZ-2 The FuzzPublished on 11/14/06 at 12:24
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Micro Analog fuzz pedal. (Audio copy of the Univox Superfuzz)
and when I say "micro" is not for nothing! there is just enough room to put a 9v battery in it, the circuit board is reduced to the extreme! q'elle tell you is much smaller that "a boss.
80 euros and cest cheap for a pedal of this quality.
2 knobs: volume + distortion (called "depth"), status LEDs, output and input (bypass special plastic ...), unfortunately (it's not the kind of bypass that is Clak Clak when the operates, selui it makes no noise !!!), 9v jack input.

UTILIZATION

Then, there's no easier, it's plug and play, the distortion is easily adjusted, the batteries last a long time, means not "clack" when the...…
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Micro Analog fuzz pedal. (Audio copy of the Univox Superfuzz)
and when I say "micro" is not for nothing! there is just enough room to put a 9v battery in it, the circuit board is reduced to the extreme! q'elle tell you is much smaller that "a boss.
80 euros and cest cheap for a pedal of this quality.
2 knobs: volume + distortion (called "depth"), status LEDs, output and input (bypass special plastic ...), unfortunately (it's not the kind of bypass that is Clak Clak when the operates, selui it makes no noise !!!), 9v jack input.

UTILIZATION

Then, there's no easier, it's plug and play, the distortion is easily adjusted, the batteries last a long time, means not "clack" when the bypass "on laction, there's no background noise .. ...... but I think the input output jacks plastic will not hold up over time, like all types of plastic jacks ibanez, after a moment we find ourselves faced with two female jack that does more to male cables and it can be very annoying, especially if the effect is unplugged concert .... but hey I turn the sound on and forget the plastic.

SOUND QUALITY

Well, it's the copy of the Univox Superfuzz sound! and when you know the rarity, price, and the difficulty to obtain this piece (it's weird but it looks like all the Americans happy owners of this pedal is actually a kind of pact to do so q'aucun Superfuzz American territory, is ka see the number of ebay sellers who refuse Superfuzz sale overseas ....)
short sound is huge: A FUZZ ONE more Octaver (which rises in the treble only) plus a Ring Modulator in a compact pedal! third of the pots was a distortion of fuzz type but pleasant type "Sunface", rich in harmonics, two-thirds of the knobs you can access a huge distortion in the treble octaves, a substance is an avalanche of violence crunchy, a ring modulated fuzz a wish, such ATTENTION I THINK THE END OF WORLD IS NEAR .... unless it has to be my amp that burns!
is the same sound of Mudhoney "touch me im sick", or the beastie boys sabotage on the album (or the cramps to "smell of female", or Quicksilver Messenger Service ..)
Anyway, the original sound of a dead amp!

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 3 months and it kills like her.
I tried to make a DIY Superfuzz but it has messed up, then wait for the fuzz I made (which is a copy WARNING SOUND Univox Superfuzz's not like the copy complete the Superfuzz black catqui it is an exact copy but which is constantly out of stock at www.analogman.com (http://www.analogman.com) and still costs $ 200 ..)
for 80 euros I acquired this pedal without hesitation, the price / quality ratio is stunning! plus the look is very nice, so buy the, there is no other fuzz pedals of (a hand lunivox Superfuzz) have the sound of.
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JpegJpeg

Guyatone TZ-2 The FuzzPublished on 07/27/07 at 06:02
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Tiny fuzz pedals to look good, which does not take place when one moves with ... It looks pretty tough, except for records that would jacks plastic prfr mtalliques ...

UTILIZATION

Trs simple, two knobs: volume and gain. The trick to bypass makes no noise, it is royal, dstabilisant limit!

SOUND QUALITY

I use it on a Fender Precision bass and your exact is the big sound dirty fuzz though, which keeps nanmoins lots of bass (which is rarely the case with the fuzz, designed primarily for the guitar ...). A BMOL: it blows a lot, but there again, it's a fuzz, there's no secret ... Nickel enchantment of Sonic Youth!

OVERALL OPINION

Good choice for those seeking a fuzz bass fits ......…
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Tiny fuzz pedals to look good, which does not take place when one moves with ... It looks pretty tough, except for records that would jacks plastic prfr mtalliques ...

UTILIZATION

Trs simple, two knobs: volume and gain. The trick to bypass makes no noise, it is royal, dstabilisant limit!

SOUND QUALITY

I use it on a Fender Precision bass and your exact is the big sound dirty fuzz though, which keeps nanmoins lots of bass (which is rarely the case with the fuzz, designed primarily for the guitar ...). A BMOL: it blows a lot, but there again, it's a fuzz, there's no secret ... Nickel enchantment of Sonic Youth!

OVERALL OPINION

Good choice for those seeking a fuzz bass fits ... not trying on a guitar.
Another plus: it has a look that kills!
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mtwalletmtwallet

Guyatone TZ-2 The FuzzPublished on 02/06/09 at 04:43
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2 knobs: volume and fuzz
+ A on / off switch
she is tiny, excellent for transport!
Do not hesitate fragile so take care of or reinforced with good gaffa
the input / output are plastic (!)
the underside of the pedal looks a little fragile as

UTILIZATION

We can not get any easier
not need manual

SOUND QUALITY

I was looking for a fuzz to play rock 60s (the del-vetts, The Litter, The Count Five, The Gentlemen, larry & the blue notes ...) and this pedal is nickel
for those seeking a fine fuzz in the late 60s beginners 70s Pink Floyd / Hendrix type fuzz face, go your way, were the big dirty fuzz sound and made fun!
the same attention when buzzing, but hey, live ca super...…
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2 knobs: volume and fuzz
+ A on / off switch
she is tiny, excellent for transport!
Do not hesitate fragile so take care of or reinforced with good gaffa
the input / output are plastic (!)
the underside of the pedal looks a little fragile as

UTILIZATION

We can not get any easier
not need manual

SOUND QUALITY

I was looking for a fuzz to play rock 60s (the del-vetts, The Litter, The Count Five, The Gentlemen, larry & the blue notes ...) and this pedal is nickel
for those seeking a fine fuzz in the late 60s beginners 70s Pink Floyd / Hendrix type fuzz face, go your way, were the big dirty fuzz sound and made fun!
the same attention when buzzing, but hey, live ca super password
recording may be less

OVERALL OPINION

Found OCCAZ 45
Excellent fuzz CHRE not at all, I love
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Guyatone
  • Model: TZ-2 The Fuzz
  • Series: Micro Effect
  • Category: Fuzz pedals
  • Added in our database on: 04/18/2004

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