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Re: Creepy Fingers Effects

Post by Geoffrey » Tue Jun 09, 2009 1:35 am

I missed the mail man, so have to get it tomorrow.. I was home, how the heck did that happen?
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Re: Creepy Fingers Effects

Post by Geoffrey » Wed Jun 10, 2009 2:57 am

#3 is in the house and rockin' it. When I first opened the box, I thought the pedal was pink! Turns out the bubble wrap was reddish pink and it made the orange pedal look pink. So far so good.... A new feeling for me, having a fuzz in a wah enclosure. Too cool! Thanks Brad!

Btw, I am getting a pink fuzz pedal! I got an old Roger Mayer Mongoose pink rocket coming. Another flea bay deal bought on impulse. Used to have all Roger's stuff until I discovered Dave's wizardry. This Mongoose was just too cheap to pass up though..
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Re: Creepy Fingers Effects

Post by Geoffrey » Wed Jun 10, 2009 3:12 am

Worth the bux just to have someone rip out the guts and build me something new. Those rocket pedal enclosures are cool. But yeah, the Roger Mayer collection is all gone except for two now... Down from like 10 of them a year ago. Did you ditch that Voodoo Vibe Jr.? It's probably the only other one I would consider rebuying. I think there is a cheap Page on evil bay right now.. Brad's new pedal is too cool. Never played my fuzz like a wah before..
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Re: Creepy Fingers Effects

Post by Geoffrey » Wed Jun 10, 2009 3:23 am

They are complicated as hell. That's why I went for the Jr.... Check your PM dude!
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Re: Creepy Fingers Effects

Post by Geoffrey » Wed Jun 10, 2009 3:35 am

Actually, so did I. You know it would sound good with any of his pedals... Yeah man, this Kay fuzz is a lot of fun. Wahing a fuzz...
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Re: Creepy Fingers Effects

Post by Sage » Wed Jun 10, 2009 4:00 am

What's really cool is cocking it in the lowend freq position and then using a volume pedal to bring in the note as you hit the note and apply some vibrato... very cool fuzzy violin blooms. Nice job with this one Brad!
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Re: Creepy Fingers Effects

Post by Creepyfingers » Wed Jun 10, 2009 7:55 am

Sage wrote:What's really cool is cocking it in the lowend freq position and then using a volume pedal to bring in the note as you hit the note and apply some vibrato... very cool fuzzy violin blooms. Nice job with this one Brad!
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Yeah Blake Mills, one of the Creepy Fingers endorsees uses a volume pedal with his Harakiri fuzz for some crazy big swell sounds. He plays with Band of Horse, Jenny Lewis, Jesca Hoop, and a bunch more. One of the best guitarists I've seen in person. He uses a Sugarboost too which he leaves on all the time.

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Re: Creepy Fingers Effects

Post by Sage » Wed Jun 10, 2009 12:00 pm

I've been doing that with my Rising Fuzz (Harakiri) too since I got it from you last year. :crackjam:
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Sage wrote:What's really cool is cocking it in the lowend freq position and then using a volume pedal to bring in the note as you hit the note and apply some vibrato... very cool fuzzy violin blooms. Nice job with this one Brad!
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Yeah Blake Mills, one of the Creepy Fingers endorsees uses a volume pedal with his Harakiri fuzz for some crazy big swell sounds. He plays with Band of Horse, Jenny Lewis, Jesca Hoop, and a bunch more. One of the best guitarists I've seen in person.
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Re: Creepy Fingers Effects

Post by JP30 » Wed Jun 10, 2009 2:19 pm

Sage wrote:What's really cool is cocking it in the lowend freq position and then using a volume pedal to bring in the note as you hit the note and apply some vibrato... very cool fuzzy violin blooms. Nice job with this one Brad!
taht sound like a great idea, I was thinking about having Doomidrive build in to the wah enclosure to get some volume/swelling, but having a volume pedal along with harakiri may be what I am after.
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Re: Creepy Fingers Effects

Post by pigeontoe » Wed Jun 10, 2009 2:27 pm

Can somebody post a couple pics of their new Creepy Kay Fuzz?
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