More Drag'n'Fly love!

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CALI68
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More Drag'n'Fly love!

Post by CALI68 » Sun Nov 23, 2008 8:31 pm

I love messing with my Drag'n'Fly! It always plays so nice with other pedals. Today I was dickin' around with my beloved Menatone King of The Britains and I found a rather SICK combo! I had the boost of the KotB on driving the shit out of my '59 bassman clone (about 11:00) and the main channel off. I then kicked in The Fly for the hell of it and BAM instant fuzzy magic. I almost always run my Klon after my Fly (the Klon kicks up the mids a bit more) but this set up was similar only more open with sharper teeth. ...not quite a smooth as it is with the Klon (in a good way). I like 'em both! It's great to have options :)

Anyway much love to Fly!

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Re: More Drag'n'Fly love!

Post by JP30 » Mon Nov 24, 2008 3:37 am

:party: Drag'N'fly is one of my FAV too.
it's not too thick or too aggresive... friendly and simple.

my settigns are . . 95% fuzz. 95% on volume.
and let the filter do the work and get various tones out of it.
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Re: More Drag'n'Fly love!

Post by fatherjack » Mon Jul 13, 2009 10:21 pm

JP30 wrote::party: Drag'N'fly is one of my FAV too.
it's not too thick or too aggresive... friendly and simple.

my settigns are . . 95% fuzz. 95% on volume.
and let the filter do the work and get various tones out of it.
Yea, I think the Filter is the key. I'm favouring 100% Vol 90% Fuzz, Filter according to mood/and/or guitar type :tu:
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Re: More Drag'n'Fly love!

Post by 1bottlerocket » Tue Aug 18, 2009 3:12 pm

Do the zip ties keep the pedals from 'walking' away?
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Re: More Drag'n'Fly love!

Post by devnulljp » Tue Aug 18, 2009 5:33 pm

1bottlerocket wrote:Do the zip ties keep the pedals from 'walking' away?
Just what I was wondering. less permanent than velcro -- what kind of board and how are they attached? Marks? The pedaltrain is strictly velcro though right?
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Re: More Drag'n'Fly love!

Post by jacobjj5 » Thu Aug 20, 2009 8:12 pm

I've been using my 'fly more and more lately - it always sounds good in the mix for me, and it cuts through the band really well. I use it on a multitude of songs, all with much happiness! :tu:
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Post by drunkenguitarist » Thu Aug 20, 2009 10:19 pm

I finally got a hold of the ever elusive D*A*M Drag'n'Fly this morning. What a great pedal. I can see why these are so coveted and you rarely see them up for sale anywhere. And if they are, the usual asking prices are pretty high up there. :headpop:
So many usable sounds. I especially like the med gain settings with the level at 2 o' clock, filter at around 2 o' clock and the attack knob at the 3 o' clock positions. Thank you, CitizenAudio and especially Dave and Linzi for making such an outstanding fuzz unit. :tu:

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Re: More Drag'n'Fly love!

Post by 1bottlerocket » Fri Aug 21, 2009 7:37 am

Ah, geez, I am really digging that case color. :party:
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Re: More Drag'n'Fly love!

Post by pothole » Fri Jun 03, 2011 5:36 pm

Just got my first Drag N Fly (thanks TigerD) and me thinks the world is going to be alright now. Used in conjunction with the Rooster..dayum. New school meets cool school tone...and that filter control from far left to far right. hot hell does that work a treat.
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Post by mjab-1 » Sat Jun 04, 2011 12:26 am

I've been using my Fly again alot lately, great fuzz!!!
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