Twinote Fuzz Pii Fuzz Pedal demo and ReviewWritten by Krach Werke
The FUzz Pii fuzz pedal by Twinote, a demo and quick review. A few days ago I noticed a very cheap and well reviewed fuzz pedal on Amazon and proceeded to purchase it. I was not let down.
The Twinote Fuzz is a fairly typical cheap fuzz pedal in my opinion. I have purchased a few because you can never have enough fuzz pedals. However just like the previous ones, the fuzzines is not its best feature. In my humble opinion it is a great distortion pedal that teeters on the edge of fuzz on its basic settings.
The Twinote Fuzz however does fo into crreamy hard clipping territory when you jam it through a driven channel on your amp. It has fuzz characteristics without but it feels more like a gnarly distortion than a fuzz.
To use as a fuzz use a driver pedal after or into a drive channel on your amp. It becomes a creamy paste of oscilation, hard clipping, sag and all the beautiful overtones that you desire.
I would not go as far as saying this is a great pedal but it is definately a very usefull pedal and does add some charm to a array of drives you might already have.
It has a scoop control which I found terrible. It broke up the tone and made it very bassy and nasal, quite unusable for me but I can see it might have an application to some.
All in all a great sounding and built pedal. It is quite new so no idea how long the switch and the dials will last. Time will tell.
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