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  • n1colasn1colas

    Schaller FuzzPublished on 02/01/09 at 09:23
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I found in an attic, a fuzz pedal, a kind of beginners fuzzface made in germany 70 '

    It seems to me that these are silicon transistors

    only a tone and volume, input / output and a power supply by battery, well, it's vintage, do not ask for anything more-_-I cobble together a power supply sector would think not to eat too much Batteries

    she picks up the radio a lot too ... : /

    UTILIZATION

    Is connected, it makes every background, and play.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Using a DIY amp typ bassman / plexy and a telecaster custom, always straight back knobs, and has ben sent STRID ... is super fat, full bass, dynamic game jumbo, whether for good dirty grunge or the psychedelic pi…
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    I found in an attic, a fuzz pedal, a kind of beginners fuzzface made in germany 70 '

    It seems to me that these are silicon transistors

    only a tone and volume, input / output and a power supply by battery, well, it's vintage, do not ask for anything more-_-I cobble together a power supply sector would think not to eat too much Batteries

    she picks up the radio a lot too ... : /

    UTILIZATION

    Is connected, it makes every background, and play.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Using a DIY amp typ bassman / plexy and a telecaster custom, always straight back knobs, and has ben sent STRID ... is super fat, full bass, dynamic game jumbo, whether for good dirty grunge or the psychedelic pink floyd hendrix is ​​just one dment.

    on the other hand is a fuzz, then rang fuzz, look clean with no distortion this thing ^ ^

    It lacks a bit of gain to really take his foot solo by using it as the only distortion

    The output level is adequate but limited, should be put back almost to have a similar level even if a humbucker ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've found this morning, I love his little fuzz that I learned, what I like least ... ben is vintage, so parasites, no power supply jack.

    Finally when I'm even glad I found it was missing just a big fuzz pedal in my set
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