Während die meisten vintage Fuzz-Boxen sehr wenige Kontrollen haben, umfasst der TightFuzz eine Tone Control und die zusätzliche Tight Control für variable und fein abgestimmte Klangregelung. Während viele moderne Fuzz-Boxen dazu neigen, möglichst verrückte over-the-top Fuzztones erstellen, ist der Amptweaker Ansatz, etwas anzubieten, das eine Menge flexibler aber brauchbarer Töne hat. Mit Switchmöglichkeit zwischen Germanium und Silizium Transistor.
FAZIT: James Brown, der Mann hinter diesen Pedalen, weiß genau was er tut (schließlich hat er ja auch seinerzeit mit einem gewissen Edward van Halen einen Amp entwickelt und auch mit anderen Größen eng zusammengearbeitet).
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- True Bypass switch
- Fuzz control automatically adjusts bias - more range
- Master Volume Control
- Dry Low knob adds dry lowend to blend with distortion
- Tight and Tone help tame the fuzz
- Germanium/Silicon transistor switch for different gain and tone
- 60's/70's Tone switch
- Edge switch smooths out the high frequency range
- EFX Loop with Pre/Post switch..tracks On/Off Ftsw
- LED lit knobs when using a power supply
- Battery disconnect switch with red indicator
- Works with a 9V battery or 9-18VDC supply
- DC Adapter jack, standard 2.1mm X 5.5mm, center ground(-)
- Magnetic Battery access door opens w/o tools
- Dimensions 3.7"W X 5"D X 2"H
- Handmade in the USA
introducing the new TightFuzz for guitar, we had many bass players
requesting a version for them....here it is! The Bass TightFuzz has all
the same vintage tones as the TightFuzz, re-tweaked for bass guitar by
moving the Tight, Edge and Tone down an octave, and also includes our
popular Dry Low knob which lets you add some dry lowend to blend with
While most vintage fuzz boxes have very few controls, the Bass TightFuzz includes a Tone control to tame the fuzzy edges and the Tight control, a mainstay of Amptweaker pedals, which varies the pick attack from smooth and thick to tight and aggressive. This is particularly helpful for tweaking a fuzz tone, since many tend to be too flubby on the lowend.....and with the added Dry Low knob, you can tighten up the Fuzz and still blend back in some deep lows. While many modern fuzz boxes have chosen to create wacky over-the-top fuzztone, the Amptweaker approach is to make something that has a lot of flexibile but usable tones.
The most requested feature was the Germanium/Silicon switch, which changes the output stage from a softer, lower gain Germanium to a heavier, high gain Silicon transistor. This cool pedal also has the ability to get lower gain tones easily, with an Auto Bias that adjusts appropriately with the Fuzz control, to get the cleanest and nastiest distortions possible with one control. It also has an Edge switch with a Smooth setting to further knock the edge off, and a 60's/70's switch that transforms the pedal from tighter, lower gain 60's tones to fatter and heavier 70's tones.
the important differences between the Bass TightFuzz and most 'reissue'
fuzz boxes is that with the addition of the Tight control in front of
the fuzz circuit, the input of the fuzz circuit is effectively buffered
from the bass....but in a compensated way. A common problem with the
original fuzz designs is that circuits with low output impedances like
those in overdrive pedals or from active basses, can completely change
the bias and gain structure. The result is often an odd sound or
squeals, unusual feedback etc. The buffering in the Bass TightFuzz
simulates the impedance of a passive guitar, so that the fuzz circuit
works in the normal way it's intended, and any low impedance circuit CAN
be used in the loop or in front of the pedal.
Standard Amptweaker features include an effects loop with Pre/Post switch to add delay or combine other distortion and EQs to further tweak your fuzztone. Other features include the LED illumination of controls, Battery On/Off switch, and magnetic battery access door.