Can anyone compare the Chase Tone Red Stardust and Analogman NKT275?

blindeddy

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I'm curious if anyone has owned and can compare the Chase Tone Red Stardust and Analogman NKT275 white dot. I have a NKT275 that I dig but I've recently been bitten by the Chase bug. I'm guessing these are fairly subtly different and not wildly different fuzzes. Anyone?
 

BluesHarp

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I didnt like the Stardust against my white dot Sunface. Returned the Stardust the next day.
I remember that the Stardust seemed to be changed enough from an original fuzzface circuit that I didnt like it.
The way the highs sounded.. its cleanup.. all small and nit picking things really.
Id say it was a good sounding fuzz.. but not better than my Sunface in a musical way.
 

blindeddy

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I didnt like the Stardust against my white dot Sunface. Returned the Stardust the next day.
I remember that the Stardust seemed to be changed enough from an original fuzzface circuit that I didnt like it.
The way the highs sounded.. its cleanup.. all small and nit picking things really.
Id say it was a good sounding fuzz.. but not better than my Sunface in a musical way.
Thanks for the reply man, thats very helpful. I was kinda hoping the feedback would be along these lines. Helps smooth out the gear lust in my head and be happy with what I have :).
 

MasterEvan07

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I didnt like the Stardust against my white dot Sunface. Returned the Stardust the next day.
I remember that the Stardust seemed to be changed enough from an original fuzzface circuit that I didnt like it.
The way the highs sounded.. its cleanup.. all small and nit picking things really.
Id say it was a good sounding fuzz.. but not better than my Sunface in a musical way.
I get that - could you elaborate on your rig? It's hard to have a concept of context when it's just pedal vs. pedal with none of the other central tone shaping elements, you know what I mean?
 




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