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Devi Ever The Bit: Legend of Fuzz Guitar Effects Pedal
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The Bit Legend of Fuzz Guitar Effects Pedal is an intense sawtooth shaping fuzz that creates tones reminiscent of C64, Atari, and other old video gam...Click To Read More About This Product
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An analog saw tooth style fuzz pedal with a cool retro sound.
The Bit Legend of Fuzz Guitar Effects Pedal is an intense sawtooth shaping fuzz that creates tones reminiscent of C64, Atari, and other old video game consoles. Operates on standard 9 volt battery.
- Volume knob: lots of gain on tap
- Control knob: changes fuzz intensity and texture
- (Graphics and knobs may vary)
- True bypass
- MXR sized enclosure
- Boutique quality components
- Incredibly low mA draw
- Silicon transistor based
- 9 volt, 2.1 mm, negative tip power jack
- 9 volt battery snap inside (unscrew the back plate)
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I bought this pedal in December. Each one is handmade with boutique quality components which is an amazing deal for the money. The wonderful thing about Devi Ever fuzz pedals is the sheer number of fuzz pedals they make. I recommend listening to demos of each pedal to find the one you like best. The only reason the pedal did not get a perfect rating is because the volume knob is really touchy. I run mine through another pedal to control the volume. Be warned these products are addictive!
And im being serious when I say this. This pedal does wonders. Rockers and gamers alike will love this thing. Its sounds like a decent fuzz with my Squire/solid state amp, but sounds very awesome on my guitar teachers Les Paul/Masrhall Tube amp. This pedal was, obviously, sounds best with video game/speed metal type music but sounds awesome with spacey slow songs as well. My only grudge is that yes, it can get extremely loud and when I turn my volume know on my Strat down it picks up radio stations. If your craving some fuzz but dont have the money to buy a Dallas Fuzz Face, pick this up.
I ordered it off of musicians friend and it came in pretty quik concidering that I ordered it the day before memorial day. Anyway, I am really liking this thing! But there are a few issues with it. For instance, with the knobs turned more than half way then there is a sort of chaos of noise, almost like a stutter, that can be heard behind what is being played on the guitar. Also, when the knobs are turned all the way up, it sounds more like a really crazy distortion rather than a fuzz. And it's best to keep the volume knob down low otherwise the tone suffers terribly. And the Atari sounds or whatever can't be heard much on the higher notes.But all that aside I really love this pedal. It gives a very unique tone. Like I said earlier, I noticed that the pedal worked best with lower notes, so I plugged it into my bass and it sounded amazing. So that was a huge plus.
I was itching for a fat, mellow, synth like guitar effects pedal and chose this. Not my style at all. The only real problem with this is that this thing gets LOUD. Not good loud, but just head hurting loud. Now, MY problem with it is, like I said earlyer, I was expecting more of a synth effect. This pedal instead has a very sharp, saw tooth, bitting sound that hurts my ears and gets very annoying over time.So bassically if your looking for a more Pink Floydish style, organ/synth effects pedal, stray very far away from this.
This is a great fuzz pedal! emulates that 8 bit atari sound with the control knob turned down or with the volume knob rolled back. It has a great heavy fuzz sound at full intensity. Even though it only has 2 knobs, you can get a lot of fuzz tones by messing with your guitar controls and pickups. its really awesome!
This pedal is rude. Not the burp in your face, make fun of your parents rude, I'm talking about the delicious kind of rude that makes you chuckle. With only two pedals to work with, this pedal offers a surprising amount of tones. With the volume at 3:00 or just past it, and the control knob cranked you get some sick sounding octave effects. Best of all, it's hand made! The box tells you when it was made by Devi. Mine came with black knobs, which gives it kind of an offbeat look. All that said, you really have to want a sawtooth fuzz in order to buy this. This isn't for anyone who wants to have a vintage fuzz, or some Hendrix-y or Gilmore-esque sounds. This fuzz will rock your world and still play nice with others- when it's on, you can't hear any noise until you play. Dead quiet.
This is a very nice pedal that produces two tones that I really like. With the control pot turned almost all the way down you get a distortion almost like you're playing through blown speakers (only on my single coils, couldn't get it on my humbucker, but I do have a very high output humbucker from Seymour Duncan so that might be why), which I really like and if you turn the control knob to about 3 o'clock you get Atari/NES sounding 8-bit synth-like sounds (guessing that's where the name and pedal graphic come from) which is nice for playing around with. Only one minor drawback (and it's nitpicky stuff); I think she might have used the wrong value potentiometer for the volume, it's very sensitive and I rarely take it further than a hair about zero. That being said, take a minute to find the sweet spot on the volume and you've got a very, very nice pedal that creates some unique tones that are a lot of fun to play with and one heck of a price! Highly recommend this pedal and it even came with a delicious sucker (how'd she know I like pomegranate?)
this pedal is really cool. to me it's more of a novelty sort of thing but i really like it. i can't wait to buy more pedals from devi ever.