KNOBS Fuzz, Tone, Volume
SOUNDS Intense, chaotic, and loud,
this repro of the ultra-rare Sam
Ash Fuzz-Stainer from the mid ’60s
has a touchy, gated response that
makes for spitty, sputtery tones
when picked with less than a forceful
attack. It’ll also deliver a torrent
of hard-edged fuzz, and when
you hit the last bit of clockwise rotation
on the Tone control, a big bass
boost is unleashed. The British-style
knobs are a nice touch, and the green
LED wins on brightness alone!
WHO’S IT FOR? Probably not the
best choice for a first fuzz, but
could be just the thing for those
who have already had their way
with pedals that sound polite and
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