FuzzBubble-45 fuzz face – Rickenbacker Pete Townshend limited edition guitar and a Fender Bassman!

Here is the latest demo video featuring the Analog Alien FuzzBubble-45 fuzz face. In this video I show you how to set up the FB-45 in what I call a 1-2-3 combination. It really shows how versatile the FuzzBubble-45 is and how handy it can be in a live situation. The Pete side is set up for medium gain and the Jimi side is set for more of a power chord distortion – not a fuzz face sound.

The FuzzBubble-45 is more then just an overdrive fuzz face pedal. The two circuits can be made to sound similar to each other, which makes the FB-45 more flexible than most pedals in its class. The guitar I’ve selected for the demo is a Rickenbacker Pete Townshend limited edition. This guitar was produced in the 1980’s with a limited production run of only 250! It is a sweet Rick that sounds great played clean, distorted, or fuzzed up. The amp I used was a 1960 Fender Bassman – a classic sounding amp that was also used by Pete Townshend back in the 60’s.

There’s also a new fuzzZone video coming out in the next few days. The video will showcase a vintage Gibson L1 archtop from the early 1920’s. The guitar is from the Cloud 9 collection. I’ve had the guitar since 1987. It’s an awesome guitar with a beautiful tone and I’m sure you’ll enjoy it.

Rock On!

Analog Alien.

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