We detail NOS NKT-275 White Dots NKT275 Red Dots Mullard CV7005s and more…Continue reading “AnalogMan Sun Face GERMANIUM Transistors in Detail”
AnalogMike (Mike Piera) and Marc Ahlfs are both well know in today’s large circle of fuzz builders but it wasn’t long ago when that circle was a lot smaller, and these two circuit hounds were the go-tos for vintage styled effects. Little has changed since then in that regard, but the needs and wants of players certainly have. Or have they? Do gear hounds still seek out simple two knob fuzz boxes, or do they prefer the options afforded by more up to date circuits? Vintage fuzz is being used by many modern players… Can both be valid in today’s market of strong opinions of what a fuzz “should” be?
It was bound to happen…Mike Matthews doesn’t leave many stones unturned…he just gets around to turnin’ them over exactly when it will maximize profits for EH…and so Electro-Harmonix Officially Announces the Reissue of the Green Russian Big Muff.
Yowsa! Big Bucks for Big Tones: To Infiniti and Beyond!
For all of the clones and copies on the market of the venerable fuzz face circuit, a less often seen product is the Fuzz Face kit. Considering the sparse amount of parts account in a Fuzz Face compared to modern distortion devices this makes quite a bit of sense. If you have the bare essential components [enclosure, foot switch, input and output jacks and potentiometers] the real important parts can suitably be ordered. You just have to make sure they are the “right” parts.
But who knows what the right parts actually are? It looks like Pigeon FX do. Continue reading “Pigeon FX Fuzz Face Kit Review”
This is it. The mother of all lists (concerning the venerable B.M.P., that is.) If it has come through here, it’s on this list. Feel free to make suggestions and leave some comments. Continue reading “Big muff pie list”