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  • FLO''FLO''

    A MUST HAVE!

    oxfuzz OxFuzz IIPublished on 06/04/12 at 11:24
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Fuzz or germanium transistors available with choice of silicon.
    Further adjustment in relation to its big sister> The Bias, which allows adjustment of the tone. Setting that is available and discernable through the range of the knob.
    The two other settings are the volume and rate of Fuzz.
    We can therefore range from fuzz face fuzz Baree fat enough.

    Only problem, who do not is actually not one for me, there is no plug for the mains connection, germanium forces.

    So, take the shot off the pedal input.

    Efficient construction, very robust.

    UTILIZATION

    You find her easily. The BIAS knob allows a broad range of its Fuzz.

    This is the plug N 'play with this pedal.

    S…
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    Fuzz or germanium transistors available with choice of silicon.
    Further adjustment in relation to its big sister> The Bias, which allows adjustment of the tone. Setting that is available and discernable through the range of the knob.
    The two other settings are the volume and rate of Fuzz.
    We can therefore range from fuzz face fuzz Baree fat enough.

    Only problem, who do not is actually not one for me, there is no plug for the mains connection, germanium forces.

    So, take the shot off the pedal input.

    Efficient construction, very robust.

    UTILIZATION

    You find her easily. The BIAS knob allows a broad range of its Fuzz.

    This is the plug N 'play with this pedal.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The sound is of course to go and I invite all interested people to go watch the video test Philip Sayce himself!
    Found on the sound he draws in his video!

    Very pedal friendly, it goes beautifully with a wah or a vacuum!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Go to still be objective, the pedal lacks a mains connection. Which is easily doable by adapting a virtual stack.

    Nothing in the world I separate myself from this fuzz!

    Again, watch the video test Philip Sayce, you will fall in love with stupid!
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