Fuzz Sound FS-75, MKIV

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Post by mjkk » Tue Aug 02, 2011 9:50 pm

Perfect, good to know. It's about 90 here at 70% hummidity. I have never had any problems with my rooster and super bee at hotter gigs either. Thanks for your feedback cado! And it's good to know that not all these are seting in closets.
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Post by stella_blues » Tue Aug 02, 2011 10:44 pm

You could put it in a chiller box before the show, and bring it out shortly before you're due to play.
Smooth, dynamic, fluid violin like sustain, amp like characteristics, warm organic tonez - nope. A blind wolverine on PCP flying a fully loaded B-52 into the side of a volcano, the soundtrack to said event would be Stand Up and Shout by Dio - yes.
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Post by Cado » Wed Aug 03, 2011 12:34 am

mjkk wrote:Perfect, good to know. It's about 90 here at 70% hummidity. I have never had any problems with my rooster and super bee at hotter gigs either. Thanks for your feedback cado! And it's good to know that not all these are seting in closets.
Your welcome! Please don't tell anyone that my Fuzz Sound is velcroed to a pedal board. :paranoid:
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