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Devi Ever Shoe Gazer Fuzz Guitar Effects Pedal
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The Devi Ever Shoe Gazer is a fuzz guitar effects pedalthat is a dual-mode foot-switchable high gain fuzz. The Shoe Gazer fuzz pedal works well with ...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Devi Ever Shoe Gazer is a fuzz guitar effects pedalthat is a dual-mode foot-switchable high gain fuzz. The Shoe Gazer fuzz pedal works well with bass, guitar, vocals, synths, drums, and anything else you can run through it. Operates on a 9-volt battery or optional power supply (sold separately).
- True bypass
- Boutique quality components
- Incredibly low mA draw
- Silicon transistor based
- Enclosure size: 4.7" x 3.7" x 1.18"
- 9 volt, 2.1 mm, negative tip power jack
- 9 volt
- Battery snap inside (unscrew the back plate)
- Volume knob: tons of gain on tap
- Texture knob: first mode fuzz texture
- More foot switch: engages more fuzz and right two knobs
- Gain knob: controls amount of more fuzz going into main fuzz
- Intensity knob: controls amount of guitar signal entering into the pedal
- *Graphics or knobs may vary
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This pedal screechs so much that it is unbearable and 100% unuseable. One of the worst purchases ever. It lacks bass and there is no definition. The soda meiser side sounded decent but the channels aren't independent. so much for it's only perk.I also own a dba fuz war and a fuzz god.I play on a G&L asat thru a genz benz black pearl.This pedal doesn't deserve boutique status.the dod fuzz pedal puts this to shame.
Ok ill start with the bad. This pedal sounds good but no matter what u will get lost in the mix with chords. I found it to have little definition. But i had hopes it could pull off stuff like a muff as in rockin out. throw a dirt pedal in with it your set for a jam. I got this for its soda M side, and to mess with some noise so im not bitching just wished it could pull off own its own with jamiing, so buy this if u know what u want, but if buying to be the only fuzz on your board or dirt dont, wait intill u have another dirt pedal to through in with it. all in all id buy it again its amazing for what it does i love it. but like i said theres noway to get even a mudhoney.nirvana sound chords do not go well with this thing noise and lead guitar are great with it.
The SG is a combo of two classic Devi fuzz circuits. In the first mode, it's a Torn's Peaker. This give you a very loud, controllable fuzz/crunch. The second mode adds a Devi Ever Soda Meiser into the Torn's Peaker. This just completely rips. From a booming fuzz to a synthy/fizzy texture.It is the best pedal on my board.
This is the thickest, meanest fuzz I've ever heard. Mode 1 is a brutal, nasty, very usable high gain fuzz sound while mode 2 unleashes a crazy octave up, unmitigated weapon. It's bigger than her single stomp pedals but is still really small. Bravo, Devi Ever.
I have owned the Devi Ever ShoeGazer for a little over a year now, and I must say that the Torn's Peaker side (the side with "bypass" under the foot switch) was definitely the fuzz tone I have been searching for. I really wanted to recreate sounds in my home which would get me close to that "You Made Me Realise" tone. This is definitely the fuzz that can get you pretty darn close. As for getting lost in the mix...certainly not. This pedal can be thrashy, trashy, and nasty. The first side is pretty trebly and can make your amp feedback out of control (if you let it). However, turning the volume knob down on your guitar allows you to clean up quite nicely.When you stomp the "more fuzz" trigger, you can get some pretty classic video game style sounds out of it as well. I think the new ShoeGazers have independent switching now which is awesome. The one I have allows you to play the first fuzz by itself or have both on at the same time. Now you can use the Soda Meiser ("more fuzz") on it's own as well. The Soda Meiser side sounds more like a Big Muff at lower intensities (maybe bassier) but can also get close to a Scrambler at higher intensities. I believe it is necessary to review this pedal (as well as any Devi Ever pedal) as generally as possible due to the fact that they will respond different, in terms of dynamics, depending on what kind of amp and/or guitar you are using. I usually play these pedals though a Jazzmaster and an old Vox amp, but definitely experiment around with whatever you have at your disposal. Not only have Devi's pedals made playing around with pedals way fun, but they can also make playing in general much more fun as well.
This was the pedal that ended my unhealthily long search for perfect freakout fuzz. This one does everything I want and it is maddeningly diverse. I found my own personal sweet spot, but I spent weeks finding it--this is one for someone who's spent time with Devi's regular artifacts and/or willing to twist some crazy knobs. Every knob is insanely sensitive and there being two circuits help to add millions of tones. The left side is Devi's Torns Peaker fuzz, which is a trebly trashy feedbacky harsh beast (think Stooges' Raw Power). The Right (which will always be sent through the left circuit) is Devi's Soda Meiser fuzz. This is what I like. I have this fuzz on its own and it can go from straight Muff to scrambled octave tones. In this pedal you can get a harsh array of scrambled, synthy, muffy, octave up tones. I have mine set so it sounds like 10 muffs stacked, but with a touch more treble and a lot more compression. It's a tight fuzz, tracks very well. The natural feedback coupled with my Bad Monkey literally sounds like a never ending explosion. And thus, chords sound like my amp's completely disintegrating. It's absolutely beautiful. I play in a psyche/noise/drone band, and I kick this in when it goes into Acid Mothers or Mainliner territory (I'm a little more skronk though). I gig regularly with it and people usually come up after and ask what the hell I'm playing through. Devi's stuff is provocative, to say the least. If you haven't noticed from my overuse of adjectives this pedal is absolutely nuts on gain and noise. To wrap: I've been through about half of Devi's catalogue and most of the higher gain single circuit fuzzes as well as a few of the two circuit ones. I own and keep on my board four of her pedals. The bassist in my band uses one as her main fuzz tone. But this is my favorite by far.