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TheDude

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Re: Hey kids, you ever seen a real Muff up close before?
« Reply #15 on: January 15, 2020, 12:59:19 PM »


Have you heard the fuzz factory, it makes crazy noises. Iíve built several on vero.


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I have! I actually built a JMK 5-Knob fuzz, though I haven't been able to wrangle it in beyond a few specific settings. I was able to get a fantastic In-a-gadda-da-vida out of it though. Beyond that it came out a bit shrill and/or glitchy for my tastes in most settings. Granted, this was the second pedal I'd built, so it may be time to revisit this one, maybe even try out some new transistors in it.

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Re: Hey kids, you ever seen a real Muff up close before?
« Reply #16 on: January 15, 2020, 01:32:48 PM »


Have you heard the fuzz factory, it makes crazy noises. Iíve built several on vero.


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I have! I actually built a JMK 5-Knob fuzz, though I haven't been able to wrangle it in beyond a few specific settings. I was able to get a fantastic In-a-gadda-da-vida out of it though. Beyond that it came out a bit shrill and/or glitchy for my tastes in most settings. Granted, this was the second pedal I'd built, so it may be time to revisit this one, maybe even try out some new transistors in it.

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Itís fun, but I havenít found it a lot useful for my taste. Catch some youtube vids on it, it can do a lot of stuff.


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