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early 1970s Foxx Tone Machine

Discussion in 'Pedals and Effects Demo Videos and Soundclips' started by hairyhands, Apr 13, 2015.

  1. hairyhands

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  2. Empros

    Empros Supporting Member

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    I've got a Basic Audio version of this. Kicks all kinds of ass. Great demo!
     
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    Which BA pedal is that?

    Thx,
    Kerry
     
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    Custom one. Has a half gain switch, which is my favourite feature. Makes the octave up easier to tame and more clear.

    Sounds like this:

    [SOUNDCLOUD]https://soundcloud.com/mattmasu/basic-audio-octave-fuzz-2[/SOUNDCLOUD]
    [SOUNDCLOUD]https://soundcloud.com/mattmasu/basic-audio-octave-fuzz[/SOUNDCLOUD]

    Looks like this:

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    (sorry hairyhands for posting my own clips in your clip thread!).
     
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    Dude, it`s alright :beer finally there`s one pedal in this thread that sounds good :D
    p.s. footswitchable octave up is what I need :cry:
     
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    Ha! Try turning your tone knob down a bit and you'll get some synthy sounds that are pretty cool. Takes some getting used to because it really just consumes your entire signal!
     
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    Coolness. Sounds great, thx for sharing!

     
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    Awesome! I love the Foxx Tone Machine...also liked your axis fuzz clip.
     
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