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MXR M103 Blue Box Octave Fuzz
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MXR M103 Blue Box Octave Fuzz
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Published on 10/10/06 at 01:35
-Presented as a double octave / fuzz, an incredible effect ... mysterious as uncommon and little known ^ ^
-2 Bitounious one of which is not much, and the other is used to roar the beast lurking in the bottom of your amp (or, strictly speaking, the pot burn your amp, it depends ... )

UTILIZATION

-The volume knob should always be set to bottom for us to hear quchose when it triggers ... but even that was not really enough at the beginning I put next to my disto to turn off the distortion by turning the blue box, but in fact it's better to let the distortion on (but placed after the string of effects) to boost the signal (and the same OCCAZ re-saturate and over again ^ ^)
-The second button is called "blend", basically it sets the amount of wet and dry signal: a right that every fuzz lil bit and it crackles (what a fuzz, but with little sustain notes ...) , left, is where we realize the box was Graoua what this little blue box (they are not broken for the name lol)
Me I use it at 11am (the button then blend) and yum ... ^ V ^

SOUND QUALITY

-If that's what we seek, it provides some sound even close to a fuzz factory settings but watch a few of the fuzz factory space eh not all!
It's coming out of your pot will be well cradingue then you expect not necessarily recognize what your all beautiful solo ... for the Shredder I think we can forget the pedal will not lol but it's her little effect tjs this machine ^ ^

OVERALL OPINION

I was looking for a single pedal, well ^ ^ I found the sound palette is not super great but if you like, the Panard assured me I use often with my crybaby it's sound has the same game boy lol I sometimes I use it in 2 ways either before or after the wah and after these two distortion pedals my GRAOUUuuwaOUUUUUUUUwiiiWWIIiiiAAOUUUU squishhhhh WRRRRRRRRAAOU!
fans sounds from beyond the grave cradingues well this is for you! Yen who love the double muff, ptetre this effect as they please ^ ^
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