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Had a three-knob SP Buzzaround. (like the one above). It is a damn fine-sounding pedal. Can't go wrong! I don't think the new ones have a battery tray though, meaning you gotta have a screwdriver to change batteries. Who the **************** has that kind of time?!
The skinpimp is cool because it has the volume knob.
The original/most clones do not...you sorta have to balance the tonal controls to get the right volume.
This is true. I added a master to my upcoming "Reacharound" as you sacrifice biasing options without.
I have had both the Skin Pimp (2 CV7003 and 1 B175) and the Montgomery Appliances (Higher gain, 3 AC125 up for grabs, 180 shipped mint)
Ryan shot for a more subtle tuning. It's smooth and the sustain control has many sweet spots like straight up 120 nails a good Jimmy Page bender tone. The tranny's cascade very well.
Tranny selection is paramount in a Buzzarounds. A well tuned one will sustain with the gain or your guitar volume low with no artifacts or sputtering gated decay. Sockets are a good option if you are to build one..
Originally Posted by six acre lake
Just don't give a **************** and get a three year old to make it look retarded like the Trombetta stuff.
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