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What the hell is this pedal I just bought?

Basically a Fuzz Factory with a theremin style control attached to one of the controls (stability) It's pretty wild. Love the gate on it, can ...

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    Basically a Fuzz Factory with a theremin style control attached to one of the controls (stability)

    It's pretty wild. Love the gate on it, can get some nasty ass breaking down sounds. You can get the fuzz to sound like blown speakers pretty easily.

    And that's without the theremin added in
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    Cool! Anyway you could run it through an echo box?
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    Yeah, of course.

    I have a pretty comprehensive effects set up for my guitar rig.

    Signal runs in to a Weeping Demon wah, boss tuner and then a danelectro fuzz. In the loop I have a ISP noise gate, guyatone digital delay and a Line 6 M5 multiFX I use for tremolo, couple of different tape/analog delays and phasers
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