The Black Dust

The electron charged knuckle duster.

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Re: The Black Dust

Post by freddy_von » Wed May 07, 2014 7:17 am

The Dust has been in house for a while now. Completely blown away by this pedal. Set to move air is no joke, you can feel this thing deep inside the loins when playing at volume. Absolutely rocks!
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Re: The Black Dust

Post by TeeWrecks » Mon Jun 02, 2014 4:30 pm

Ok, so at first I was a little bummed out by how compressed and muffled the black dust sounded with my rig(Gibson/Marshall). Of course I was going full bore on guitar volume......JCM 800 set mildly clean. I just could not hang with the sound I was getting. Well last night I decided to give her another try. I was messing around and rolled my guitar volume back a bit and holy fuck! This thing came alive. It now goes without saying that I am in love with this little box and hope to do my first video review on her. Thanks Cap!
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Re: The Black Dust

Post by jetofuj » Mon Jun 02, 2014 4:52 pm

Well, it's like with music - there are albums you don't like at first and then, after some time, you're in love with them. Same with fuzz boxes - you have to experiment with them a lot, especially with vintage style ones.
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Re: The Black Dust

Post by daCod » Mon Jun 02, 2014 4:54 pm

jetofuj wrote:Well, it's like with music - there are albums you don't like at first and then, after some time, you're in love with them. Same with fuzz boxes - you have to experiment with them a lot, especially with vintage style ones.
this x 100 :tu:

many pedals i wish i still had after premature saleulation :badteeth: one must take their time and get to know the pedal before passing final judgement.
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Re: The Black Dust

Post by TeeWrecks » Mon Jun 02, 2014 5:34 pm

daCod wrote:
jetofuj wrote:Well, it's like with music - there are albums you don't like at first and then, after some time, you're in love with them. Same with fuzz boxes - you have to experiment with them a lot, especially with vintage style ones.
this x 100 :tu:

many pedals i wish i still had after premature saleulation :badteeth: one must take their time and get to know the pedal before passing final judgement.
I do suffer from premature saleulation. I just feel there is so much out there to try and it kills me that I cannot have them all at once! I think I am holding on to this Dust though. Sounds perfect now!
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Re: The Black Dust

Post by king_of_the_road » Thu Jun 19, 2014 9:35 pm

Are there any decent videos or sound clips of the Black Dust out there already? I really wanna hear it before buying one. Also, has anyone tested it with a bass guitar? Thanks guys!
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Re: The Black Dust

Post by jetofuj » Thu Jun 19, 2014 10:39 pm

For bass I would actually advice Black Acid, as pre gain is the thing you want!
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Re: The Black Dust

Post by Fuzzz » Fri Jun 20, 2014 12:28 am

^^ I agree with this - the Black Dust is truly awesome but the Acid works better with bass (imo) thanks to the Drive knob. It's my go to bass fuzz! :crackjam:
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Re: The Black Dust

Post by univalve » Sat Jun 21, 2014 10:54 am

I have a Black Acid Bass Demo somewhere. Works very good. Black Dust is too much on Bass for my taste...
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Re: The Black Dust

Post by anemochore » Sat Jun 21, 2014 7:57 pm

Here is Mr. David Curtis for, my favorite music store, Tommy's :tu:
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