London Fuzz 2 demo

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  1. sega

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    This is the MJM FUZZ 2 demos.

    Here is a few demos I did with my Canon camera.The sound is not perfect but it can give you a good idea of what this pedal can do.
    I tried to leave it on must of the times, so when it's clean the effect is generally on.

    For those who are interested...it can make a variety of sound to my surprise.

    I did not practice anything, its out of the blue...

    By the way I'm plugged into my Retro-Sonic chorus at times and it sucks the treble out which is normal.

    The sound when the Chorus is on is not as good as live in my room.
    The treble is almost on 10 on both amps and the amps are real clean.
    Reverb on both amps and T-Rex delay loop in the Boogie Caliber 50 amp.
    Old guitar strings...and pay no attention to...my playing :BEER

    Long live FUZZ!!!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uh5600X-adc

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ouy3pN3c-E

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iurKQs_OnF8
     
  2. sega

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    Thanks,

    There is so many tones you can get out of this pedal, specially if you have a Fender type of guitar, well single coils.

    I could get the Gilmour Dark side,,,Frank Marino, Hendrix,some Robert Fripp...you know..the whole 70's gang)

    It has a long singing sustain, wich is always nice if you are into Genesis or any progressive band for that matter.

    Long lives the FUZZ!!!
     
  3. Windup 43

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    Sounds great!! Thought I heard a little Do You Feel Like We Do on the first one :RoCkIn
     
  4. sega

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    Yes a little Frampton , that way I can go un and down for more tone.
    I just did that to show what this fuzz can do.

    When I got it, I had heard one demo on MJM webpage, but for TGP user, here's mine, it's simple and hopefully effective.

    You can see when I change my tone ...I really like to cut the treble off.
    It makes a nice wave....

    The T-Rex Replica blends in nicely too.
    I'm starting to like it more.
    But I need another new delay, since I use the T-Rex in my Mesa Boogie loop.
    The Fender Deluxe Reverb is dry, well it has some reverb.
    Also when I use the Retro sonic chorus, it changes the sound completly.
    As you can hear....
     
  5. thewex

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    thanks man, sounds good! i have a similar looking strat :)
     
  6. bionic

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    Hey fellow Montrealer! It's kind of cool that MJM is in town, huh. I wrote a piece on him for the Montreal Mirror a couple of weeks ago. If you didn't see it let me know and I will post a link. Great guy to deal with
     
  7. sega

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    So you are from Montreal too?
    Cool,

    Yes this guy Michael from MJM seems cool.He always answers emails faster than most other cie (Scott from axeand...is great too).

    Too bad he does'nt make a delay, cause i'm in the process of getting one.
    I'm selling my Fulltone Fulldrive 2, so if you know someone who needs it.

    Take care, I'll do a better demo in the next few days.
    Since I got nothin to do....:munch
     

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