So if I place this in-line before my fuzz it will operate as if it were first in the chain? Do I have to switch the toggle when I switch single to bucker guitars?
You don't have to, but it can allow you to more precisely tailor the reaction of the fuzz circuit. But you can certainly "mismatch" if you like the sound.So if I place this in-line before my fuzz it will operate as if it were first in the chain? Do I have to switch the toggle when I switch single to bucker guitars?
Interesting! I didn't know that... thanks .Immune to placement issues? Definitely not, if you want to use the self-oscillating capabilities of the pedal. First after the guitar is where it needed to be in my rig...
What I like about the UF is it's so damn midrangey for a fuzz. Rolling off the tone control adds some mid-honk actually! Add a contour(or was it called color?) knob in equasion - it acts like a separate tone control that only affects gain - and you've got yrself a damn versatile fuzz that cuts great liveInteresting! I didn't know that... thanks .
I've never actually played one with my own rig so I hadn't experimented with placement. Looks like it might be closer to a Fuzz Factory than I thought .