Incoming NPD - my first "real" fuzz

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Re: Incoming NPD - my first "real" fuzz

Post by Paco » Fri Jan 10, 2020 5:53 pm

Getting a fuzz to work in a band mix can be tricky. I'm not very familiarized with the colorsound circuit, but I'd recommend the old classic Zvex Super Hard-On, it works amazingly with pretty much anything and it just sings with fuzzes. I push my Octane III, which can be very tricky to eq in a band mix, with the SHO. Plus you get to have two one-knob pedals on the same pedalboard :freako:

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Re: Incoming NPD - my first "real" fuzz

Post by marqueemoon » Fri Jan 10, 2020 9:28 pm

Paco wrote:
Fri Jan 10, 2020 5:53 pm
Getting a fuzz to work in a band mix can be tricky. I'm not very familiarized with the colorsound circuit, but I'd recommend the old classic Zvex Super Hard-On, it works amazingly with pretty much anything and it just sings with fuzzes. I push my Octane III, which can be very tricky to eq in a band mix, with the SHO. Plus you get to have two one-knob pedals on the same pedalboard :freako:
First real practice with the new band on Tuesday. Definitely going to try it and see how it sits.

I like the idea of a SHO as it would be usable on its own too, but I have something else in mind for boost duty.

One knob pedals are great.

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