Monsterpiece NPN, Lovepedal 200lbs, London...

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  1. BillyK

    BillyK Supporting Member

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    Any owners of both out there willing to comment?

    I find the 200lbs gives the Jetter Blue quite a run for the money on the EJ front - surprizingly, as I am a hugh Jetter fan. But, through some of my Fender amps, the 200 is overly bright.

    How is the Monsterpiece NPN on this front. Or is the London the way to go?
     
  2. BillyK

    BillyK Supporting Member

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    So, no thoughts on these?
    Somebody's got to have an opinion!!!
     
  3. BillyK

    BillyK Supporting Member

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    OK.
    I give up!
     
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    I have an NPN and it is my fav Monsterpiece. I have the NPN/Classic two headed and an AD2000/MKII two headed. The NPN is by far my fav. The AD/MK is a sweet set up. I'm selling off all of my other fuzz including my Hot Silicone. There is just no need for anything else. There are so many flavors of fuzz in those two pedals. I can't comment on the other pedals.
     
  5. GuitarBrent

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    I find most fuzzes and Fuzz Faces are overly bright/fizzy through Fender-style amps. The 200 is no exception here. Some of the ones that aren't overly bright are the Sweet Sound Monterey Fuzz, Sweet Sound Pi Face, Addrock Geranium Fuzz, Addrock Hism Scism, and EH Triangle Big Muff.

    The 200 LBS sounds great through my Sidewinder and Germino Lead 55. Fantastic feel and responsiveness under the fingers. This is a highly sought after feature in my book.
     
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    another +1 on the 200lbs sounding great with a non master volume Marshall style amp.
     
  7. BillyK

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    Thanks for the input guys.

    Maybe I need to live with the 200lbs more before I consider something else. It certainly has a nice feel.
     
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    I can let you know how the Two Headed Monster compares to a Analog Man Sunface? I'll get back to you shortly..

    :stir
     
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    london for a fender...
     
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    I love my NKT Sunface, Throbak Fuzz Haze, and Sweet Sound Pro Bender, but oddly enough, my favorite fuzz is the silicon fuzz sound I get from my Throbak Overdrive Boost.
     

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