Fulltone '70 Manual

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  1. Captain Zero

    Captain Zero Member

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    Can someone please scan their '70 manual and send it to me?

    Here is my email, Captain_Zero@live.com

    A big thank you for helping. :aok
     
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    Turn the fuzz all the way up and set your volume to taste, then rotate the mids knob to where it sounds the best to you and have at it...
     
  3. triviani

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    And the internal trimpot?
     
  4. small axe

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    call or email fulltone....they can email you one....they did it for me a 69
     
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    leave it where it was set by Fulltone
     
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    I asked for a copy of the manual, not your setting recommendations. But thanks anyways. :rotflmao
     
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    never known fuzzes to need a manual...:rotflmao
     
  8. Captain Zero

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    Now that we all know that GuitarBrent has great reading comprehension, anyone have a '70 manual?
     
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    Now that we know Cap Zero needs a manual to operate a fuzz with 3 knobs, someone send him one ASAP!
     
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    Why do you need the manual? If you ask your question I'm sure someone can help you out.
     
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    Maybe he wants to know things like if he turns the middle toggle fully to the left you have more a FF, what the trimpot is for, recommendations from the manufacturer..
     
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    I wouldn't call it a manual rather a one-page info sheet. I don't have a scanner but to summarize the 5 paragraphs ...
    - Silicon (NPN) transistor equipped fuzz similar to Fuzzface providing thick even-order harmonics...cleans up well when turning down the guitar's volume.
    - Mid/Gain know varies mid frequencies, adds Gain and allows fine-tuning to your guitar/amp set-up. Stock fuzzface sounds are Full counter-clockwise.
    - Internal trimmer pot affects the pedals' response and varies feel from soft to firm. Turn clockwise to soften and compress more. Turn CCW to increase loudness, quicken tracking and increase bottom end.
    - Recommends carbon-zinc batteries
    - Note; there may be crackling noises while turning the Mid and Gain pots and this is normal so don't worry.
    - Warranty and contact info
     
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    Check your email.
     
  14. Captain Zero

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    Where does it say that I need a manual to operate the fuzz? [ADMIN EDIT]

    I'm selling the pedal and the person that I'm selling it to asked if I had the manual. I told them no, but I could probably d/l it for them.
     
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    Thank you very much.
     
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    Happy new year kid. Ignore the haters.
     
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    roblues Woof! Silver Supporting Member

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    Would have helped if this info was included in the original request.
     
  18. Stratman69

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    Wow, all he asked for was a manual and it turns into a big deal...
     
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    its a moronic request both by him and the buyer.
     
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    And you were such a saint in your responses to me, when I was trying to help you with your fuzz. Since you're a brand new member, I'm going to let this one go, but you may want to read the membership agreement and the rules here b/f you make statements like this again. It's a really good way to get kicked off TGP...that kind of stuff may fly on other forums, but not here.
     
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