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Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by ukepicker, May 4, 2017.
^^^Yes, this exactly for me too. You nailed it.
I try to communicate what I'm hearing, but it's relative to the guitars and amp I use ( for me it's always single coil pickups into little clean combo amps), and music I like to play.
With the Fulldrive, I can heard some really good sounds, but basically couldn't quite dial in what I have gotten used to with my ' old faithful's'...
You are on the TELE page, and you don't have a Tele?
Is that permitted?!?! ;-)
I didn't when I joined, but do now.
Don't tell anybody but my main guitar is a Stratocaster!
I didn't even spell ' main' right!
Seriously, you can do anything (IMO) with a Tele or a Strat.
ANYTHING BUT. Its a killer killer overdrive though.
Here are my two babies side by side : 95' and a 2003' Non Mosfet
Okay, I was wondering because I heard that somewhere.... apparently from a bad source!
That's incorrect. The Fulldrive is a TS circuit while the Fat Boost is a JFET based boost pedal (based on Jack Orman's Mini Boost circuit). I don't know about the boost circuit in the new FD3 but there's no "Fat Boost" nowhere in the previous FD versions.
Wait, so now some people are saying that the Fulldrive is a TS circuit, and some are saying it is not. Which is it?
All of the FD versions are TS-type circuit.
Just as an example, here is the FD2 (non-mosfet):
Here's a stock 808 (disconsider the bypass switching section):
Kudos to fulltone, cause the pedal indeed doesn't sound like a TS clone