Everyone in the world should own a Frazz Dazzler



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Re: Everyone in the world should own a Frazz Dazzler

Postby Chankgeez » Sun May 25, 2014 8:43 am

JpCaff wrote:Hello I'm new to this forum but I logged in to thank Ryan for making such incerdible pedals.
I'm French so it was kinda hard to get a hold of Dr.Scientist products but someway I managed to get these two little beauties thanks to the wonders of internet.
It's been a week since I got them and I LOVE them so much, It's so much fun.
Thanks again Ryan and Tanya, you have my eternal respect and gratitude \o/ :hug:

Here is a little picture of my new babies bathing in the sweet southern france sunlight. :love:

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Re: Everyone in the world should own a Frazz Dazzler

Postby goroth » Sun May 25, 2014 12:16 pm

Couldn't have said it better Chanks, great first post!
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Re: Everyone in the world should own a Frazz Dazzler

Postby Atrox » Sat May 31, 2014 3:24 am

Just read the manual online and saw for the first time, that there is a bass trim pot inside! Has anyone played with that yet?
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Re: Everyone in the world should own a Frazz Dazzler

Postby Gutmann » Sat May 31, 2014 4:12 am

Haven't realized that yet, i will try it. I find the Frazz to be a bit bassheavy with my rig when i turn the sizzle back. Maybe this helps..
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Re: Everyone in the world should own a Frazz Dazzler

Postby Gutmann » Sat May 31, 2014 6:12 am

Hm..no trim Pot in my 2012 Frazz. :idk:
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Re: Everyone in the world should own a Frazz Dazzler

Postby Atrox » Sat May 31, 2014 6:36 am

From the website

"Bass:+/-15dB peaking filter centred at 100Hz, cut or boost the bass of the signal"


From the manual

"Inside the box, on the pcb, there's a little trimpot that controls the bass output of the Frazz. I have it set for a moderate amount of bass but you can twiddle it down to cut some bass or twiddle it up to add some bass, depending on your rig or your band's needs."


Maybe that's new? That was the first time I heard/read about it too.
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Re: Everyone in the world should own a Frazz Dazzler

Postby Jero » Sun Jun 01, 2014 5:31 pm

Mine from last year, #390 has it
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Re: Everyone in the world should own a Frazz Dazzler

Postby Gutmann » Wed Jun 04, 2014 2:47 am

Did anyone try how it affects the sound?
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Re: Everyone in the world should own a Frazz Dazzler

Postby Ryan » Wed Jun 11, 2014 6:50 pm

JpCaff wrote:Hello I'm new to this forum but I logged in to thank Ryan for making such incerdible pedals.
I'm French so it was kinda hard to get a hold of Dr.Scientist products but someway I managed to get these two little beauties thanks to the wonders of internet.
It's been a week since I got them and I LOVE them so much, It's so much fun.
Thanks again Ryan and Tanya, you have my eternal respect and gratitude \o/ :hug:

Here is a little picture of my new babies bathing in the sweet southern france sunlight. :love:


Salut! Bienvenue a ILF! Merci beau coup! Really awesome to hear you're liking the pedals, makes my day. Thanks for the pic too, that's cool to see, what a combo! *smile*

Atrox wrote:Just read the manual online and saw for the first time, that there is a bass trim pot inside! Has anyone played with that yet?


Gutmann wrote:Haven't realized that yet, i will try it. I find the Frazz to be a bit bassheavy with my rig when i turn the sizzle back. Maybe this helps..


I've been putting that trimpot on the last version of the pcb, last 150 or so builds maybe? It's on the output and it can cut or boost so you can make the pedal boomy or make it thin. Uli, if you like doing pedal mods or have a buddy who does, you can remove one 100k resistor and hack in a trimpot and be able to cut the boominess.
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Re: Everyone in the world should own a Frazz Dazzler

Postby Gutmann » Sat Jun 14, 2014 3:31 am

Thank you ryan, good to know! I will leave it right now but I might try this mod some time, cool information!
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Re: Everyone in the world should own a Frazz Dazzler

Postby Workman522 » Sat Jan 24, 2015 10:14 am

Finally pulled the trigger on a Frazz! This will be the fourth Dr. Scientist pedal on my board purchased within the last year (Elements, Cosmi, & Tremolessence). They are just too good to stop. I can't tell you what a pleasure it has been using these pedals. True beauties inside and out. Tele is getting the pickups upgraded and should be done just around the time the Frazz will arrive. Thanks Ryan and Tanya for the amazing products and unparalleled customer service!
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Re: Everyone in the world should own a Frazz Dazzler

Postby Clean Channel » Sat Jan 24, 2015 1:14 pm

You will love your fraz!

I actually dig mine more and more the longer I have it. It's unlike any other fuzz out there.
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Re: Everyone in the world should own a Frazz Dazzler

Postby Jero » Sat Jan 24, 2015 3:34 pm

The Frazz is the best! I'm about to rehouse mine.
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Re: Everyone in the world should own a Frazz Dazzler

Postby goroth » Sat Jan 24, 2015 3:41 pm

Jero wrote:The Frazz is the best! I'm about to rehouse mine.

This rehouse of yours better have cute robots on it or you'll be in trouble.
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Re: Everyone in the world should own a Frazz Dazzler

Postby Sparrow » Sat Jan 24, 2015 5:47 pm

goroth wrote:
Jero wrote:The Frazz is the best! I'm about to rehouse mine.

This rehouse of yours better have cute robots on it or you'll be in trouble.


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