WrightSounds Fuzz-Stang

September 20, 2011

img$179 direct

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 predictable.

CONTACT wrightsounds.com

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