London Fuzz into super reverb ri

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  1. wesv

    wesv Member

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    Will this combination work well as my only 'drive' type pedal.? I'm over stacking pedals and really want to get he most out of one pedal.
    Band is blues / rock original stuff.
     
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    I own a London Fuzz 2 and it's working fine into a Deluxe Reverb reissue.
    Specially for Gilmour sound on the Dark side of the moon.

    Not sure about blues, but rock yesss.
     
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    Nice tone Coco.Is that one of the newer Londons?I heard they started using different germaniums that aren't so bass heavy.
     
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    definitely nice tone!
    Is the lead break volume still rolled back?
     
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    Thanks for the tone comps guys!:)Its an older one, and yes it is very bassy with the volume past 8, but very sweet cleans dialed back. Its worth the extra attention to the vol control. I need a better volume pot tho, with more sweep.
    The lead break is "on" with guitar vol around 7-8. The rest is just trem and bit of delay.

    CT.
     
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    Very nice tone CT!! Cool tune too.
     
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    That is a Robert Cray tune.

    CT.
     

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