Alright, I've moved my pedals up into my room. And I have the where-with-all to actually record a setting. I've had a few other killers, but I didn't write them down, but I'm sure I'll find them again.
This one is a neat kinda swell. The higher the note, the bigger the swell. Lower notes and a firm attack yield normal fuzztones...ish.
FUZZ VOL, 2:00 FEEDBACK, 4:00 STARVE, 3:45 WAVE , 3 FB MODE , IV VOLTS, 6V TOGGLE, off FUZZ SW, on
Kinda similar to the "stock" "dark, compressed fuzz" tone that Brian recorded earlier. Lots of fun into the Xerograph (as are all the settings...).
Hopefully I'll start having a bunch more of these posts!
Ok, so I had some time to finally explore this guy today, so impressed...Got some extreme sounds, but also some great 60's ish garage sounds...i did a recording with the following settings
FUZZ VOL 9 FEEDBACK 1 STARVE 0 WAVE - waveform rotary, 1 (up), 2 (up/right), 3 (down/right), 4 (right) 2 FB MODE (I, II, III, IV) II VOLTS 18V TOGGLE left FUZZ SW (stompswitch on/off) toggle between on and off
To me it sounds like JAMC/lo fi/60's garage...I was using a '65 Duo sonic into an 90's AC30, quite trebly, but not piercing.