Fuchs Plush Drive

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  1. Dillow4092

    Dillow4092 Member

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    Anyone out there have one? If so what's your take on it, gracias.
     
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    I can't find one yet but I would love to try it.
     
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    Trebor Renkluaf I was hit by a parked car, what's your excuse? Gold Supporting Member

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    The Extreme Cream is currently battling the King of Tone on my board - that's how good it is. I think the KOT is scooped in the mids where the Fuchs is bumped. I thought I would prefer the 2nd, "warmer" channel but I actually prefer the stock Cream channel. You can't go wrong with the Fuchs pedals.
     
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    +1
    My valve job is so good its ridiculous:dude
     
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    Agreed, they are all pretty sweet. I have a valve job and really dig it. The plush is awesome, and definitely something different than the valve or cream. They are all unique without any overlap. I really dig them. The extreme cream is sweet.
     
  7. arnie65

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    I have the Plushdrive, Valve Job. and the Pure Gain, and using the Pure Gain in front of the Valve Job seems to be so far the best sound, sustain city!!
    The Plushdrive is smooth but the Valve job is more of a gnarly and gritty sound, very organic sound on these pedals and more amplike sounding, specially the Plushdrive.
     
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    While I like how aggressive he extreme cream can be, I didn't it was as smooth as the KOT. The Plush drive is the best sounding Dumble lead tone pedal I have ever owned. Amazingly amp like. Andy is making some great pedals. My favorite is the Crem de la Trem. Very inspiring!
     
  9. Marc Roy

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    Excellent clips. I'm thinking of picking up a Plush Drive now. That's a smooth tone.
     
  10. Marc Roy

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    Yes they do, and I can't wait to get mine.:D. Thanks Michael.
     
  11. Blue Eyed Tone

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    Thanks Marc, how do you like it?
     
  12. Lucidology

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    OMG Michael ...
    It was your great playing that convinced me into picking up a Plush drive
    because I heard it as sounding so smooth with your touch ..

    So I picked up a Plush and a Valve Job, and found the Plush to be the smoother of the two ...
    if not the smoothest OD pedal I've ever played...

    Maybe it's because I always have a compressor on ...(ya think ...:)
     

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