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Foxx Tone Machine / Dano French Toast Comparison?


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made a fair few foxx clones, a/b'd with a few of the danos.

 

the french toast is a fun pedal, great value but doesn't sound anywhere near as good as a well made clone. the dirt is thinner, the octave much less pronounced and the noise level much higher.

 

the dano is what it is - buy it cheap and have fun.

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made a fair few foxx clones, a/b'd with a few of the danos.


the french toast is a fun pedal, great value but doesn't sound anywhere near as good as a well made clone. the dirt is thinner, the octave much less pronounced and the noise level much higher.


the dano is what it is - buy it cheap and have fun.

 

 

Ahhh, amidst a sea of dialogue, the truth shines through. So any experience with the Foxx RI? Wondering if it has tone. A lot of people seem to think if a fuzz is over-the-top crazy then it doesn't still need to have good tone. I want a wild, ripping tone, but I'll be selective about quality.

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Ahhh, amidst a sea of dialogue, the truth shines through. So any experience with the Foxx RI? Wondering if it has tone. A lot of people seem to think if a fuzz is over-the-top crazy then it doesn't still need to have good tone. I want a wild, ripping tone, but I'll be selective about quality.

 

 

No, I haven't played the RI.

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