Sorry for the poor playing. This is my first stab at playing and exploring the sound of the Bluebird Fuzz pedal so I was totally winging it. I was trying to demonstrate the tone of the pedal in a more “extreme” setting such as a cranked and slightly overdriven tube halfstack with a detuned humbucking guitar. There are several much nicer and versatile demos of the pedal in normal settings. But nobody has dived right into glitchy ear fatiguing drones and whatnot, so I might as well take it there.
American Standard Tele w/ Duncan P-Rail Bridge pickup(HB setting) tuned D standard and then drop C with EB Not Even Slinky strings(12-52)
Henretta Engineering Bluebird Fuzz. Internal Trimpot maxed out and dip switch to ON.
Orange Rockerverb 100 MKI w/ KT88’s (Drive channel, volume cranked to 10, EQ all at 5, gain at 3) I tried to voice it bland and mild in the EQ and low in the gain range to mimmick the kind of sound you’d get out of the average vintage non master volume amp like a Plexi, OR, Model T, etc… Cranked to 10 of course.
Emperor 4x12 w/ Vintage 30’s
Recorded with my Zoom Q3HD camera set to normal quality. The microphones are quite nice. So any cool out of control torn speaker sounding insanity is actually coming from the rig and not just some shitty mics that can’t handle it.
For you collectors(or players of sweet vintage gear.) My bassist is selling his mint Boss PH-1r. It’s an earlier “silver screw” model where the font sets the P under the S in Phaser. Made in Japan. Comes with box and pamphlets. $200 OBO, shoot me a message.