The Fuzzolo is a silicon fuzz with a rich subby ripping texture and aggressive midrange, with plenty of volume on tap. Because of the way it preserve...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Fuzzolo is a silicon fuzz with a rich subby ripping texture and aggressive midrange, with plenty of volume on tap. Because of the way it preserves the bottom end of your signal, it works great on both guitar and bass. It has two knobs, one controlling Volume and the other controlling Pulse Width. The pulse width knob adjusts the shape of the waveform, radically changing the harmonic structure from a square wave on the left to narrow pulses on the right. So what you get is a raging beast on one side and a splatty, gated fuzz effect on the other. It comes in a micro sized enclosure, which is great for saving precious real estate on a pedal board.
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Comments about ZVex Fuzzolo Fuzz Guitar Effects Pedal:
I originally wanted a Fuzz Factory, but the price and all the buttons was a turn off for me. I wanted a high quality fuzz pedal and a unique sounding pedal and I definitely have this with the Fuzzolo. I spent a lot of time watching reviews about this pedal and the only thing that turned me off about it was it not being able to use a battery. MF sent me 20% off discount and I used it to purchase this pedal. When I received it and opened the box, I was disappointed, because it was smaller than I expected. I plugged it in and it has been amazing me ever since. My other pedals are three boss distortion pedals, even though, they sound good, the Fuzzolo sounds much better. The volume knob has the distortion in it already and the pulse width knob changes the sound of the distortion/fuzz. All the way counter clockwise, you get full fuzz/distortion with alot of treble, but it's thick and bassy at the same time. Playing single notes in that setting is great because the notes really stand out, they're not thin and weak sounding. Moving the pulse width knob to 12 0 clock takes away that treble sound and the sound becomes very quiet when the strings are muted. If you have single coil pickups, from 12 0 clock and more clockwise, the Fuzzolo cancels the hum. Bending notes and holding them sound amazing. I'm generally, a fast player, but it has slowed me down so I could enjoy this pedals uniqueness. After 12 0 clock, it has a ripping velcro type sound. All the way clockwise, gives you a thick velcro sound without the treble, it sounds like ripping velcro, strange but cool. In this setting, muting the string stops the sound immediately, but playing a fast punk song or whatever fast song keeps the sound going. Striking a chord or note in this setting and letting it ring out, causes it to stop kind of abruptly and fizzle out, so cool. I play cover songs by Nirvana, Green Day, The White Stripes, and the Fuzzolo does well in all settings for me. I use a Kurt Cobain Mustang and Strat.
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