Malcolm or Angus tone? Did Leon achieve a similar tone? Check it out

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  1. jdanalog

    jdanalog Electromatic

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    Check out Leon Todd as he puts the tone OF The Gods pedal through its paces and comes out with some very special tones indeed. Thats what happens when you give an Aussie a big box of Kiwi Boost.

     
  2. Back in Black

    Back in Black Synchromatic

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    JD,

    I listened to the video.

    I didn't hear Malcolm or Angus.

    Just me...the box is far too busy, using a Fender with SC pickups is the wrong guitar for the variances provided by that box.

    I think you need humbuckers to get the full value from the box, LP/SG/G6131-MY.

    I can't help but wonder why the LP head-stock logo is taped over??

    BIB.
     
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  3. jdanalog

    jdanalog Electromatic

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    This is only one demo with a tiny amount of settings. For a strat, its epic. Watch brett kingmans demo with a strat.

    With humbuckers, yes indeed, its massive.
    The pedal isnt busy at all, not even a little bit, think of it is three top of the line circuits in one pedal enclosure. easy.
    head stock tape over, is a trade mark thing, to stay nuetral and not advertise i believe. not sure.
     
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  4. Back in Black

    Back in Black Synchromatic

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    JD,

    Respect your opinion...but,

    Maybe I'm just too old, but I'm not buying it.

    I'm hearing boost/volume/ragged edge, that's it.

    In Canada, that box would be encroaching on $500. I just don't see the reward for the investment.

    As far as the tape, he already identified the guitar...it's like saying, It's Bob, whose wearing the mask. I'm questioning whether or not it's a genuine Gibson...the Fender head stock logo wasn't covered, so ''remaining neutral'' is moot.

    BIB.
     
  5. jdanalog

    jdanalog Electromatic

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    Buying the three individual circuits in their individual pedal form by themselves for $950US, and yet they are upgraded here and all sell together for only $399US. all sweet though. rock on
     
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  6. audept

    audept Senior Gretsch-Talker

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    Welcome to the forum, jdanalog! welcome mat silver fern.jpg
     
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  7. sgarnett

    sgarnett Synchromatic

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  8. jdanalog

    jdanalog Electromatic

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  9. jdanalog

    jdanalog Electromatic

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    If anyone missed the other demos of the pedal, check them out here:


     
  10. Back in Black

    Back in Black Synchromatic

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    I have an original Dunlop JH Fuzz Face, with some tweaking/amp setting, I can get all three.

    Best,

    BIB.
     
  11. mr coffee

    mr coffee Country Gent

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    Houston
    He's mentioned the tape on the headstock elsewhere, it's an inside joke between him and a friend.

    It's a good sounding pedal.

    -m
     
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  12. Henry

    Henry I Bleed Orange

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    You win, congrats. where can one buy an original Dunlop JH Fuzz Face, and for less than $950?
     
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