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PE fuzz vs. French Toast (was Re: OT: FUZZ)

The description of the PE fuzz sounds so similar to the Danelectro French
Toast, I'm wondering if anyone has done an A-B comparison?
Douglas Baldwin, coyote-at-large

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Miko Biffle" <biffoz@arczip.com>
To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Wednesday, June 09, 2004 12:08 AM
Subject: Re: OT: FUZZ

> From: <ArsOcarina@aol.com>
> Subject: Re: OT: FUZZ
> > Well, I figure I may as well pop in with some input on this FUZZY topic
> before it goes away. I currently own  only one distortion pedal, a
> Prescription Electronics "Experience" pedal. I use it VERY, VERY, VERY,
> sparingly.
> > It's one of the most over-the-top FUZZ boxes I've found. However, like
> cooking with habanero chilies, a little goes a long way. It spends most 
> the time OFF or even OUT of the equipment setup altogether.
> I'd agree about the PE Experience Ted!
> One thing I've found amazing about the pedal, is that at low fuzz 
> it gets a very cool grunt and sounds almost clean, while adding a lot of
> bottom end.
> Next is the octave mode... with lowered guitar volumes, diads create very
> intense ring modulated sounds quite different from the mayhem that comes
> with high guitar volumes.
> Thirdly, chords and diads in this mode with full guit volume create
> amazingly dense and atonal industrial grind. Perfect for replace mode and
> sus-overdub noise blasts. It's the most versatile fuzz I've ever played.