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OLC Chunky Cheese

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Pale Rider, Jan 17, 2008.

  1. Pale Rider

    Pale Rider Supporting Member

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    Any one had any serious time with this sweet clone?
    I have no reference with the Lovetone, but it sounds very nice and versatile
    Opine here pleez
     
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    It is possibly the best $150 you can spend. If you dig Jeff Tweedy than you will love it. You can get lots of muff tones and the gated fuzz is fun.

    10/10 if you ask me :D
     
  3. Pale Rider

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    Is it more Tweedy than the Prunes "N' Custard or Rx Overdriver?
     
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    I'm trying to order kit but am not getting responses from OLC. Anybody know where they are?
     
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    They could be at namm.
     
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    Another great album with loads of Big Cheese all over it is Aimee Mann's "Bachelor #2".
     
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    I thought about that, but my first attempt wasn't just a day or two ago.
     
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    Mark is out of Dallas, Tx. I can have him contact you if you pm me your email.
     
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    I thought Cheese's more of a sharper type of fuzz unlike Muff...?
     
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    I have another question on the wedge o cheese, how flexibile are they on were they sit in the signal chain.
     
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    Thanks, I got email from him a little while ago.
     
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    Stephen Malkmus's solo stuff has plenty of cheese too.
     

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