New Limited Edition Fuzz "Black Ash"



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Re: New Limited Edition Fuzz "Black Ash"

Postby dandy13 » Wed Nov 07, 2018 9:37 am

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Re: New Limited Edition Fuzz "Black Ash"

Postby univalve » Wed Nov 07, 2018 3:02 pm

Sounds good. Maybe I need one...
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Re: New Limited Edition Fuzz "Black Ash"

Postby ceragan42 » Thu Nov 08, 2018 12:46 pm

....ordered.
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Re: New Limited Edition Fuzz "Black Ash"

Postby ceragan42 » Sat Nov 10, 2018 12:11 am

P90 loaded Warmoth Thinline. Black Ash. BBE Sonic Stomp. Bad Cat Cougar 5. All tied together with a Beatbuddy and a pigtronix infinity looper.







Black Ash is the only dirt pedal I use here (Tumnus and Dunes both remain off). Of the other pedals you'll hear me switch on and off are an EHX Pitchfork (for bass at the beginning) Transmisser, Afterneath, and Avalanche Run. I also use a BBE Sonic Maximizer (my favorite pedal, and it's imperceptible to everyone but me) that's on all the time. For drums I'm using a Beatbuddy (with Waza Craft Delay and HOF reverb for weirdness) synced via midi to a Pigtronix Infinity for loops. Amp is the imported Bad Cat Cougar 5 for guitar, Beatbuddy into a Marshall Acoustic amp.
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Re: New Limited Edition Fuzz "Black Ash"

Postby dandy13 » Sun Nov 18, 2018 11:12 am

I didn’t want to buy this pedal based on the fact that I don’t need it and the ad copy being a little too “crystal lattice”-y for my taste. In the end however, as I was watching the last few tick away on CME’s Reverb page, gas and fanboism won the day. I feel dirty and ashamed. The best I can hope for is hopefully my guitar tone will be equally dirty and shameful with this thing plugged in.
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Re: New Limited Edition Fuzz "Black Ash"

Postby benjuro » Thu Jan 10, 2019 10:11 am

Wondering how dudes are still liking these.

I'm pissed I missed them and refuse to pay the ridiculous markups all over Reverb...
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Re: New Limited Edition Fuzz "Black Ash"

Postby Jero » Thu Jan 10, 2019 4:08 pm

I know it's not quite the same, but you could always buy a tone bender from one of the many other people who make them.
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Re: New Limited Edition Fuzz "Black Ash"

Postby dandy13 » Thu Jan 10, 2019 9:11 pm

benjuro wrote:Wondering how dudes are still liking these.

I'm pissed I missed them and refuse to pay the ridiculous markups all over Reverb...


It's a great fuzz, a keeper for sure. Having said that,the $200 new price was already pricey for what it is imo so I personally wouldn't pay flippers prices for one.
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Re: New Limited Edition Fuzz "Black Ash"

Postby benjuro » Fri Jan 11, 2019 3:30 pm

Jero wrote:I know it's not quite the same, but you could always buy a tone bender from one of the many other people who make them.


I've got a killer early Tone Reaper...being a bit of an EQD fanboy, I do wonder how much "better" Black Ash is... :idk:
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Re: New Limited Edition Fuzz "Black Ash"

Postby Jero » Fri Jan 11, 2019 7:19 pm

benjuro wrote:
Jero wrote:I know it's not quite the same, but you could always buy a tone bender from one of the many other people who make them.


I've got a killer early Tone Reaper...being a bit of an EQD fanboy, I do wonder how much better Black Ash is... :idk:

I totally forgot they made those! Yea a comparison would be interesting. They were germanium weren’t they?
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Re: New Limited Edition Fuzz "Black Ash"

Postby benjuro » Sat Jan 12, 2019 5:33 am

Jero wrote:I totally forgot they made those! Yea a comparison would be interesting. They were germanium weren’t they?


They changed to a hybrid at some point (still very cool, a bit more modern sounding) but the early ones were all Ge indeed.

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