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December 11, 2017
Perhaps there is a thousand Fuzz pedals in this word. I think I've got 10 of sitting in my back room that date back to circa 1970. There is something about the old fashion "Square Wave" that sounds like no other. However, as much as I like the tones of early Zeppelin and many other bands from the 60s that used Fuzz Tones and Tone Benders, for my use I try to keep the effect a bit more subtle. Therefore I prefer a Fuzz Tone has some sort of Balance, Mix, or Blend knob. The little Andover Fuzz just so happens to have that feature making it more versatile that Fuzz pedals that don't have option. The other nice thing about the Andoer is how well it fits in your pedalboard. Enjoy! 🚀
By Matthew C Libby
December 11, 2017
By Dahlia Stokell
October 13, 2017
Wasn't expecting much for what little I paid, but this Andoer fuzz pedal is pretty decent. The effect is a bit more subtle than a Big Muff, with a range from fizzy to fuzzy. The Blend knob is your friend. Not over the top, melt your face off fuzz, but a nice warm sounding fuzz. Works great for blues to classic rock. If you're looking for death metal, you won't find it here. If you want Hendrix, Cream, Black Sabbath fuzz, you'll like it
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