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Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by pacojastorius, Jan 8, 2006.
how is this going to sound on bass i wonder?
be interested to hear it for sure. Fran does some nice stuff, although I did prefer the original green lo-tone classic fuzz to the later white one.
The green version was more 'evil' sounding.
Anyone ever try the guitar sweet on the bass? How'd it sound? Might make a decent comparisson parellel....
Is that like Big Muff for bass?
The Sweet is a Big Muff clone, so one would assume that this is the case.
According to Brian at http://www.supersoundmusic.com/ it's designed for over-the-top-rip-yer-head-off fuzz. He's got one in stock, but I haven't had the chance to try it out yet.
Great place supersoundmusic by the way....good deals and a great guy.
Back to the original topic....
Looks cool. I'm still dying to try both this one and the Lo-Tone. So the Lo-Tone would be 'sweeter' sounding, not?
I tried the the Bass Booster the other day; one hell of a redundant pedal that is... You could get a graphic EQ and get like 6 other frequencies for a lower price with it... Back on-topic now.