$339 retail/$199 street
KNOBS Fuzz, Volume
SOUNDS This isn’t an extreme fuzz maker intent on mimicking a sitar
or a bumblebee. Instead, it offers ultra-fat fuzz that increases the harmonic
activity of everything you play to juicy-thick proportions. It
responds amazingly well to a guitar’s volume control and your picking
attack, cleaning up beautifully for shimmering chords. Though
slightly tweaked to excel with humbucker-equipped guitars as per Bonamassa’s
request, I found it to be equally happening with single-coils.
WHO’S IT FOR? Players looking for a polite fuzz that doesn’t spit, gate,
or fart like other “extreme” boxes. Go here for a fuzzbox that’ll keep
your clarity and definition intact while imparting a nice midrange
squawk, smooth low-end, and a sweet top end response.
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