I started a "Fuzzy website" !

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Dragonfly
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I started a "Fuzzy website" !

Post by Dragonfly » Tue Nov 25, 2008 3:55 am

I decided to start putting together a website dedicated to one of our favorite things.... FUZZ !

Anyway, I hope to add a lot more models, pictures, historical content, sound clips, etc. in the near future. I would LOVE to include any contributions that you guys would like to make, be it photo's, stories, whatever. Also, if you have a site that you'd like to include on the "LINKS" page, let me know and I'll add it !

Anyway, it's just a start... but please, any suggestions are welcome !

FUZZ MUSEUM
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Re: I started a "Fuzzy website" !

Post by JP30 » Tue Nov 25, 2008 4:09 am

COOL.
I like how things are layed out. nicely organized.
how'buot MUFF stuff? Rat stuff??, more 's gonna be added ??


One thing, I am using IE right now, and all the letters are overlapped. :hmm:
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Re: I started a "Fuzzy website" !

Post by blungo2 » Tue Nov 25, 2008 4:14 am

Nice site!
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Re: I started a "Fuzzy website" !

Post by Dragonfly » Tue Nov 25, 2008 5:22 am

JP30 wrote:COOL.
I like how things are layed out. nicely organized.
how'buot MUFF stuff? Rat stuff??, more 's gonna be added ??


One thing, I am using IE right now, and all the letters are overlapped. :hmm:
First round of Muff stuff is added :oldlol:

TONS more to do - Shin-Ei, Orpheum, Fuzz wahs, misc, Rosac, etc, etc, etc

I use firefox and no problems with the lettering.... anyone else having issues ? If so, I'll look into it and get it changed
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Re: I started a "Fuzzy website" !

Post by Dragonfly » Tue Nov 25, 2008 5:24 am

blungo2 wrote:Nice site!
Thanks - its just a starting point for what I hope to become a comprehensive fuzz site - history, circuits, etc, etc
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Re: I started a "Fuzzy website" !

Post by blunder » Tue Nov 25, 2008 5:58 am

Very cool site Andy! (Loaded up just fine for me)
It's going to become a great resource as more pedals get added. Especially the more obscure ones.

Looking forward to the Orpheum section. I just finished building one and really dig it. I haven't been able to find much info on it though.
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Re: I started a "Fuzzy website" !

Post by cubba » Tue Nov 25, 2008 6:08 am

Nice job Andy, thx for the link!
It's great to have all these diff. websites around to crawl thru and glean information from.
I like the writing you did for each model.
Nice and condensed, but gives a good impression of what the pedal's like.
:tu:

OK, criticism: maybe it's a little monochrome right now
with all the blue you're currently using?
Small detail... I really like it and will stop in to check it out again soon.

What gets me is all the tweaking,
just crank that bitch and be done with it! -- duende
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Re: I started a "Fuzzy website" !

Post by jimi_dylan » Tue Nov 25, 2008 6:21 am

LOVE IT! :tu:
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Re: I started a "Fuzzy website" !

Post by Dragonfly » Tue Nov 25, 2008 6:46 am

Thanks guys -

I just added another page (misc fuzz pedals), added to the links, etc....

I'll be building for a long time, but I appreciate the input.
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Re: I started a "Fuzzy website" !

Post by Dragonfly » Tue Nov 25, 2008 6:48 am

cubba wrote: OK, criticism: maybe it's a little monochrome right now
with all the blue you're currently using?
Small detail... I really like it and will stop in to check it out again soon.
I thought about that, and am still "iffy" about it...what I DO like about the monochrome lettering and background is that it allows the pedals to "stand out", so they're the focal point.


Thoughts, ideas ?
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