Neo Fuzz (Clips Inside)

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  1. glynn

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    Just got my neo fuzz, and fired off a few sound clips. Diggin the box, very dynamic and a wide range of fuzz to be had. I had worried that it wouldnt be able to get real aggresive, but this box has some teeth, if you want it.

    Whaddya think?

    Bivalve + neo clip one.
     
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    Sounds great indeed! Was the gain maxed on that second clip?
     
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    Thanks!

    Yea, for the most part the gain was maxed and I just played with the other knobs a bit.
     
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    Great sounding pedal and nice playing too :)

    What guitar and amp are you playing it through? Did u add reverb after the recording?
     
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    Thanks! No digital verb, but there is a tiny bit of delay added after the fact. I used a PRS with emg's, the bivalve, and a boogie cab with v30's.
     
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    Have you opened it up and cranked the internal gain trimmer? It ships at 50% and I found that cranking that inside and then backing off on the gain knob on the outside really breathes new life into the pedal. It changes the bias point as well so you will have to re-tweak your settings but it is definitely worth it IMO. I did this to both my Neo and GI and they sound amazing now.
     
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    No, I haven't touched the internals yet...thanks for the tip!
     
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    Do it! It drastically changed the pedals for me anyways. :D
     

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