Ease up...was just a joke.
I run my Manx with the gain almost all the way off, tone neutral and only slightly volume boosted.
It’s a really great fat overdrive sound and...
I’ve sat on the sidelines for a while now. I’m a current line pilot on the A330. I haven’t flown the 73, let alone the MAX. However I have spent...
Are there any Fuzz war alternatives out there? Clones? Something that will get me close?
Seems to have that heavy, almost intermodulation thing...
Candiru fuzz...(candy apple fuzz with gate)
Hendrix, born under a bad sign, about 2 mins in when you can hear him stepping on it.
Saw them live a bunch of times and I too was obsessed with that fuzz tone. I do recall them using a fuzz factory in a magazine interview way back.
So I’m confused. Which of the current reissues would be best for those nasty gated, but relatively middy tones? The new triangle?
The Manx is a VERY underrated muff. Don’t know why it didn’t get more love here.
Lovepedal bone tender or some mini Rat clone
So does rolling back the trim pot eliminate the 'echoplex' side of the colouring and just leave the Microamp side?
SWEEEETT! The original is a great little pedal
I can smell the rich mahogany and leather bound books
The BOG fuzz won't give you that true 'rolled back' tone that we all love. Some even refuse to call the BOG fuzz a fuzz face. I think the circuit...
Some of those sounds were like they were straight out of the Interstellar!
I've had a full POG, nano pog, pitch fork and not the Tender Octaver.
Feature sets aside, I think the TO tracks every bit as good as the pogs and...
Interesting. I think the Manx is almost a generic muff. It's the baxandall tone controls that allow you to mimic different eras
One of each. o_O
I've noticed my Catalinbread Manx has a nice, natural gate with the gain rolled back. It's not spitty or abrupt but musical. With the gain up its...
I have a Manx and a FF on my board.
Try running the Manx with the gain really low - under 9 o'clock. Pump up the volume and I find I generally...