Anyone try the Bigtone EQ'd Vintage Series?

dotlikeimpact

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Bigtone Music Brewery is, I believe, from the same people as BYOC. Looks like they have an interesting series out now, classic ODs and Fuzzes with a three band, semi-parametric EQ (treble and bass, plus a sweepable midrange). Also have soft touch bypass, and are reasonably priced at around 2 bills.

http://www.bigtonemusic.com/?q=eqdvintage

Anyone try these? I'm quite interested in the fuzzes, as that might make for a fuzz that can actually be heard in a busy mix. Imagine, a Fuzz Face or Muff that not only has mids, but the actual mid freqs you're looking for?
 

minty901

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Bigtone Music Brewery is, I believe, from the same people as BYOC. Looks like they have an interesting series out now, classic ODs and Fuzzes with a three band, semi-parametric EQ (treble and bass, plus a sweepable midrange). Also have soft touch bypass, and are reasonably priced at around 2 bills.

http://www.bigtonemusic.com/?q=eqdvintage

Anyone try these? I'm quite interested in the fuzzes, as that might make for a fuzz that can actually be heard in a busy mix. Imagine, a Fuzz Face or Muff that not only has mids, but the actual mid freqs you're looking for?
Look awesome. I'd love to see more pedals with that level of tonal control. I'd be tempted if they were cheaper and sold in the UK.
 




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