I don't get it. Seems to me if your amp needs to be de-fizzed it's probably a good indication that you need a new amp, not some band-aid device?
Ok, thanks. Let us know if it's a useful tool.Ok, say you have a one channel amp, like a Twin, and you dial in a great, sparkling clean tone, but every drive or fuzz you use with it requires a compromise of your clean sound so your drive sound isn't a beehive of high end.
Think of this as Raid, killing those bees so you can now enjoy the clean tone you want without the drive sounding dull because it's tone control knocks off too much high end.
Dual channel amps that share an eq is usually a compromise, this can help with that.
High power heads and cabs the sound guy makes you turn down so far your amp sounds whispy-again-this could help.
No more a "band aid" than than an eq rack or pedal, it just focuses on the super high frequencies that keep many from enjoying their fuzz pedals or whatever because of the super high end noise/fizz whatever.
Looks to be quite a handy tool, but let me put it through it's paces before saying anymore.
Hope that makes sense.
Stroke of simple genius. Why has no one thought of this before? This is going to save a lot of 'hairy' amps from the chopping block. Would have loved this for my V3M istead of extensively modding the circuit.