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Fulltone-Will he make more eccentric pedals?

Elvis Fury

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I would to hear Mike's take in The Shin-Ei Compannion or Superfuzz or Maestro or anything that is in the Death by Audio realm. He is obviously talented enough and I think they would sell. Am I wrong on this? TY, Elvis
 

S. S. Bender

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I would to hear Mike's take in The Shin-Ei Compannion or Superfuzz or Maestro or anything that is in the Death by Audio realm. He is obviously talented enough and I think they would sell. Am I wrong on this? TY, Elvis
Your certainly not wrong to want something like that from him. His build quality would be second to none. However, I think Mike makes devices that are interesting to him as a guitar player first and foremost. It doesn't seem that he would build something for commercial purposes that he didn't care for, or wouldn't use himself. I don't know how he feels about pedals that produce esoteric sounds, but I'm just presuming those are not his favorites based on what he's produced thus far.
 
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Elvis Fury

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Your certainly not wrong to want something like that from him. His build quality would be second to none. However, I think Mike makes devices that are interesting to him as a guitar player first and foremost. It doesn't seem that he would build something for commercial purposes that he didn't care for, or wouldn't use himself. I don't know how he feels about pedals that produce esoteric sounds, but I'm just presuming those are not his favorites based on what he's produced thus far.
Thats a really good point. I never thought of that. Wishful thinking I guess :)
 

scotty31

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at the time, re-issuing a tape echo driven by valves was pretty eccentric. and he nailed probably the best sounding echo since the DM2 in the process.
And the TERC/tri-chorus is left of centre for a re-issue.

personally, id love his take on tzf. Dave Fox's pedal was nothing short of the best modulation pedal I've played. I reckon Mike could give it a run for its money.

Then i could own a clyde, 69, deja, tte and fulltone tzf :)
 
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I would to hear Mike's take in The Shin-Ei Compannion or Superfuzz or Maestro or anything that is in the Death by Audio realm. He is obviously talented enough and I think they would sell. Am I wrong on this? TY, Elvis
I suspect the guy to do this particular take would be someone like Paul Trombetta. When it comes to handmade fuzzy weird noise, Trombetta is the guy.
 

markjsmith

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I can't really see Mr. Fuller getting into the gated fuzz thing. I'm not saying it would "never" happen, just doesn't seem like something he has a lot of interest in. Maybe a MIAB type pedal, although I've heard some argue that was what the OCD was-although I don't really hear that.
 

soulsonic

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I get the impression that he has very conservative tastes in what he makes. But this generally reflects most of the guitar playing community, so it's hardly a surprise. Doing a product like the TTE is pretty nervy from a business standpoint, but as far as the actual sound of the thing, it's made to appeal to people wanting a re-creation of an old effect, which is a conservative thing in itself. Not saying there's anything wrong with that, but bearing that in mind, I wouldn't expect a self-oscillating chaos fuzz w/bit crusher from him anytime soon...
 




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