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Sobbat Fuzz Breaker 2R
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Ronmo Ronmo
Publié le 08/28/10 à 18:20
analog fuzz handmade in Japan (sobbat is a trademark used by S. Vai, R. Kotzen, The Edge, Chris Duarte, E. Johnson ...)

UTILIZATION

Simple setup with 2 knobs (volume and fuzz).
Childish to find good sounds.
A small knob tone would be top but for the fuzz face type pedals, it is often simply a volume and a gain-called "fuzz"

SOUND QUALITY

It's a great fuzz face modernized silicon, the grain is really great, warm and creamy (AC breath a little when you push the beast ... but nothing unusual for this type of fuzz), to notice any of even the sound is less creamy than germanium fuzz, and AC drives, but that's also what makes it so charming.
The pedal is receptive to both single coils than double.
It is a very dynamic fuzz responds to attacks of picks, which remains accurate even for chord playing, and is masterful in the game lead.
It can range from slight fuzz to a nice gain that pushed many to sing the notes

OVERALL OPINION

Excellent fuzz pedal oriented face with a vintage vibe a little less than other models, it's really a killer and nothing to spoil it is very versatile (than the other model of its kind fuzz face).
Maybe a knob tone would have been interesting, you have to play with the tone of the guitar or the setting of the amp (but hey it is often the case with "clones" fuzz face).

The very good cam
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