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Guyatone TZ-2 The Fuzz
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Guyatone TZ-2 The Fuzz

Fuzz pedal from Guyatone belonging to the Micro Effect series.

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mtwallet mtwallet
Publié le 02/06/09 à 04:43
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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