Fleshhead #000 w/ Mullard OC75's

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Re: Fleshhead #000 w/ Mullard OC75's

Post by I am Incinerator » Wed Feb 10, 2010 11:24 pm

The fleshhead seems awesome! I missed out on the auctions...I don't think I would have been much of a competitor...

I dig the pics though! :freakout:
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Re: Fleshhead #000 w/ Mullard OC75's

Post by Creepyfingers » Thu Feb 11, 2010 1:52 am

That is rad that pedal sheeeeit
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Post by professor plum » Fri Feb 12, 2010 3:48 am

:drool:
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Re: Fleshhead #000 w/ Mullard OC75's

Post by stella_blues » Sun Feb 14, 2010 12:31 am

Hey Sickle, I'm sure you've had a chance to pit the Fleshhead against the Meathead dark, how do they get on together?
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Re: Fleshhead #000 w/ Mullard OC75's

Post by Hiwatt Bob » Sun Feb 14, 2010 1:27 am

stella_blues wrote:Hey Sickle, I'm sure you've had a chance to pit the Fleshhead against the Meathead dark, how do they get on together?
+1, relevant to my interests.
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Re: Fleshhead #000 w/ Mullard OC75's

Post by professor plum » Mon Feb 15, 2010 4:29 am

Hiwatt Bob wrote:
stella_blues wrote:Hey Sickle, I'm sure you've had a chance to pit the Fleshhead against the Meathead dark, how do they get on together?
+1, relevant to my interests.
+2 we wanna open black holes and shit. :ztongue:
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Post by Hiwatt Bob » Mon Feb 15, 2010 6:28 am

I'd be interested to hear how they compare in terms of low-end.
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Post by jimi_dylan » Mon Feb 15, 2010 10:25 am

Sickle wrote: I mashed my left hand's ring finger fucking good today
There are two interpretations to this sentence.
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Post by professor plum » Fri Feb 19, 2010 9:53 pm

Sickle wrote:I actually haven't had a chance to do an A/B of the two, but I can say that in order to keep the Meathead Dark pure, and its own thing, David decided to engineer the Fleshhead away from the Meathead Dark, so calling this a Fleshhead Dark really isn't appropriate anymore. Originally we were just going to take a MH Dark and add the old Fleshead's Flesh control, but with the addition of the extra Ge tranny and the Fuzz Sound's Tone control, comparing the two is pointless.

I'll get em together and see if I can snap up a recording for you guys, but I mashed my left hand's ring finger fucking good today and my already bad playing is even worse as a result.
i realize that they kinda strayed away from each other, but there still the 2 D*A*Ms i think of tailored to the sludgy end of the spectrum, and its in THAT mindset that id like to hear them side-by-side. the two flavors of heavy ass D*A*M shit. :marx:

i hope the finger heals ok too.

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Re: Fleshhead #000 w/ Mullard OC75's

Post by stella_blues » Sun Apr 04, 2010 10:52 pm

I put my own Fleshhead #4 up against every fuzz box I currently own today.
Spent about 4 hours blasting them all, and in all honestly the Fleshie destroyed just about everything in sight.

MKII and MKIII tonebenders bit the dust.
Fuzzfaces obliterated.

Using the volume knob on my guitar and the Viscus control, the Fleshhead can cover all these tones....and more.
This thing really is incredible...one fuzz to rule them all!

I think this, a MKI and a superfuzz would cover every fuzztone I like.

:cthulhu2:

I'd love to get some clips of it put up on the forum, but I own zero recording gear.
So if any UK forumites could put some clips up, I'd be up for a temp swap for a Fuzzsound, Fuzzaround, or a 1965,as I'd love to give these babies a blast. Anyone interested, let me know.

:cheers:
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