Fuzz Sound MKIV, black on black custom...

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It would appear that The Captain's second alien implant has been successful..
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How capacitor value before Fuzz/Sustain pot affects the sound?
Anybody can explain? Higher value = more gain/more compression? :hmm:
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Funky Druid wrote:How capacitor value before Fuzz/Sustain pot affects the sound?
Anybody can explain? Higher value = more gain/more compression? :hmm:
Rule of thumb, higher capacitor value = mo' bass. In this case the lower mids was my targeted frequency. A higher value cap can also increase the clipping in a certain frequency range so will appear to give a boost in compression and the gain but in this case I'm mainly using the higher cap value in that position to chub out the mids.
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Thanks for clarification! :tu:
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so who one the first one??
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I’m still on the hunt for one of these, if anyone has the will to part with one please let me know. It’s been a white whale for me for a long ass time
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