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    zwischenzug
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    mxr-la-machine-630-80

    The MXR Custom Shop La Machine serves up thick, shaggy retro fuzz that’s tailor-made to drive the raw sounds of ’70s-style hard rock and modern garage rock.

    Based on a vintage circuit, the La Machine features an Octave switch that adds an octave up tone to your fuzz signal to create a raw, searing sound. Use the simple Output, Tone, Distortion control interface to shape the sound of your fuzz signal.

    http://www.jimdunlop.com/product/la-machine

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tn4ew9Y9p9c

    Has anybody tested this? Any reviews? 😀

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    kerbdogma
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    Hi zwicshenzug, I just tested a sustainer and condenser and nothing seemed worth recording.
    I love octave switches. I would say if you ever get a double muff use it. Nano makes a great
    product. really revitalized my tone.

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