Originally Posted by Patchbass
I was just wondering what the micro fuzz is like and the red dragon as im interested in maybe getting them?
They're both great.
The RD is pretty much as described on the SFX sound website. You can get clean boost, or mild valve-like warmth (without full breakup) to valve-like overdrive. It doesn't really do full on distortion. And in addition you have the tone control, which from 12 oclock back to 7 has treble roll-off (think passive tone control) and shelving bass boost, and from 12 to 5 has a shelving bass cut and shelving treble boost. If you check the website description of the B3, that has EQ curves for a tone control that either close to or identical to the RD.
The Fuzz is versatile. With the Fuzz control at minimum, you're in overdrive/distortion territory, but turned to max, it's full on fuzz. Same tone control as the RD/B3.
Both work well on bass, which is as you'd expect because Max (Mr. SFX) is a bassist himself.
You should probably head over to the SFX user appreciation society
for more info.