SOUNDS This sparkly green machine is inspired by the fuzz tone of
the Colorsound Fuzz-Wah. All you get is a Level control—with lots of
level—but you can vary the amount of fuzz with your guitar’s volume
knob. As you roll up, the sounds range from awesome to awesomer
with ungodly cleans, Townshend-esque power chords, and quicksand-
thick leads. You can also get those magical tones that are somehow
clean and dirty at the same time. One of the best I’ve ever heard.
WHO’S IT FOR? Players who appreciate the zillion shades
of tone between squeaky and filthy, and like to use the guitar’s
volume to get them.
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