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Tom nailed it. Crazy versatile pedal, way more than a "decimation" Fuzz Pedal
Rarely do you find a pedal that can do as much as this for the dollar. Everything from a telophonic mid only sounds to rich textures from fat to thin, brutal to smooth but smashed, etc.
That & one of my favorite venues I've ever...
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Best Fuzz Pedal
This is one of the best (for me the best one) fuzz pedals you'll ever have. Unbelievable what you can do with it and the plus it's very robust. Also Death by Audio Effects guys are amazing in the case you need help. Definitely a must have!
Versatile High Gain Goodness
The Fuzz War is intense. The sheer amount of gain on tap is unreal. It is a take no prisoners wall of sound. And that is the reason I love it.
The controls will look familiar to anyone that has a 3 knob fuzz pedal; volume, fuzz and tone.
First thing you’ll notice upon plugging it in is that it is a loud pedal. Start at zero and slowly roll up unless you want to blow out some windows.
Now for the Fuzz. It sounds so gnarly and aggressive anywhere past about noon. But to my ears, it doesn’t sound too squishy with my setup the way some other fuzz pedals have in the past. You get a very dynamic sounding fuzz that just can’t beat.
The tone knob has a really wide range on this pedal and I have to say that while my favorite is over the top fuzz, the tone maxed out sounds cool while rolling back on the fuzz. You get the sound of a small watt blown practice amp that can work well for classic rock tones.
I’ve had this pedal for years, and sometimes the foot switch hasn’t engaged when clicked. It is a pretty infrequent occurrence and Death By Audio have a lifetime guarantee, so if it ever becomes more problematic I’ll send it in for repairs. The only thing I actively dislike about the pedal is the large footprint takes up too much real estate on my pedalboard. It’s still worth the space, and it does have top-mounted input and output jacks to save a little space.
All things considered, I absolutely recommend this to someone looking for a versatile fuzz that can do extremely high gain.
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