Skullytone FX (Russian Spy)

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  1. TheNorithGroup

    TheNorithGroup Member

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    Hi.
    I am a studio owner, Audio Eng., guitarist here in sunny Miami.
    I have been collecting old and new guitar Pedals for a while and
    I can across Skullytone Fx company.
    It has become one of my favorite Pedals, one I always reach for.
    It does the Big Muff very well but it adds 4 clipping options so you can
    Make very interesting and amazing tone colors.
    I am impressed on how well it is built.
    Using high end parts, heavy like a tank and not to mention
    The sex tone.
    I have never heard about this company so I was a little reserved, and even though I support independent and local builders I was a little nervous as I have
    Gotten burnt before with wanna be" builders.
    But after doing several test sessions and 3 songs for a Major Latin label I had to
    Order another one.
    I know have 2 and I am very happy.
    This is the type of pedal I will never be with out.
    Some local guitar session player loved it, I guess I want to
    Review the pedal and ask if anyone out there has tried it.
    Any one?
    Thank you kindly.
     
  2. Ham_fist

    Ham_fist Member

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    Care to post a gut shot so we can see the build quality you're so "impressed on"?
     
  3. guitarslinger21

    guitarslinger21 Member

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    plenty of gutshots on Kitrae's Muff site.


    I had a Russian Spi, but I didn't connect with it. It was very bassy, and it had tons of options.

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  4. Ham_fist

    Ham_fist Member

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  5. Zero G

    Zero G Member

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  6. Zero G

    Zero G Member

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    Love the ironic username! :rotflmao
     
  7. Ham_fist

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    I can't help but notice... The layout looks a lot like the muff layout on www.tonepad.com
     

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