|Basic samples by me into a totally clean solid-state power amp ("PLUS" version):|
|Low Gain Fuzz
MIX is set in the lower gain fuzz range with antiphase effect between D1(+D3) and D2. HI messes with that mix in the high end, and TONE is near flat. (0:43, 850 KB)
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MIX is set to emphasize the lowest gain distortion (D1) with HI taking its edge off, but there is still some of D3 mixed in, which due to its higher gain can be heard seperately at times. A scooped TONE emphasizes this. (0:45, 900 KB)
MIX is in the +D2 range, emphasizing the middle gain distortion, but towards a fuzz for aggression. HI is less sensistive, but this setting adds something. Highest gain but not the dirtiest. TONE is just bright of Contour. (1:00, 1.2 MB)
MIX is towards the highest gain, triple-cascaded distortion (D3) with enough antiphase D2 for more fuzz. HI reduces D1 further. TONE adds a little bass, and look how low VOLUME is set here. (0:43, 850 KB)
|Playing Dynamics Demo (Fuzz)
This fuzz is extemely controllable just by playing louder and quieter .... The higher-gain fuzz range of MIX deemphasizes D1, due to it getting lower volume and having lower gain. HI set to cut D1 some puts a bit more fuzz on the high end, and TONE is near flat. (1:32, 1.8 MB)
|ig||Equipment for above
Ibanez RG-550 w/ bridge humbucker >
Subzombie > Boss buffer > Realistic EQ set for good clean sound (Marshall-Fender-ish) > Peavey CS-800 power amp (one channel) > 2x12 w/ Celestion V30. Old EV and AKG mics > Porta2 > Realistic A/D > (SPDIF) > PC. 160 kb/s stereo MP3
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