[LAU] Rumor - nasty growling bass fuzz pedal
willgodfrey at musically.me.uk
Fri Dec 17 20:34:12 CET 2021
On Fri, 17 Dec 2021 19:56:25 +0100
Jeremy Jongepier <jeremy at autostatic.com> wrote:
>On 17-12-2021 17:49, Will Godfrey wrote:
>> On Fri, 17 Dec 2021 17:41:17 +0100
>> Hermann Meyer <brummer- at web.de> wrote:
>>> I've just push my latest work to github, It's a pure, nasty growling
>>> bass fuzz pedal, with bold out-front presence, and cutting articulation.
>>> It's for those who love those good old transistor based fuzz pedals.
>>> https://github.com/brummer10/Rumor <https://github.com/brummer10/Rumor>
>Nice, going to check it out! Most other Fuzz plugins sound rather tame,
>hopefully this one delivers the goods ;)
>>> rooowwwaaa a a a a a a a
>> Oh, a modern one then :P
>> @folderol remembers building one with resistor fed germanium diodes :@)
>The first fuzzes at the beginning of the 1960's had no clipping diodes,
>only transistors. It was around 1969 that the first fuzzes with clipping
>diodes appeared, such as the EHX Big Muff and Univox Super Fuzz. For an
>excellent overview see
Thanks for the link Jeremy. It brought back memories (sharpened them up
In the late 1960s I built a handful for friends (so got paid peanuts) and the
very last one was in the 1970s for a guy who always complained that the ones
he'd tried weren't 'bright' enough - so somewhat tongue in cheek I made one
that was basically an overdriven 741 op-amp. He loved it!
Will J Godfrey
Say you have a poem and I have a tune.
Exchange them and we can both have a poem, a tune, and a song.
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