I filmed this demo a day before the Marshall-based version at https://youtu.be/6JBIv8CxyLc. I think this one is worthy of a showing as well because the combination of Hot Fuzz and Axe-FX III sounds pretty great to me. A 'real' amp is always amazing but there's a very fine line when you're in front of the control room monitors.
The BAE Audio Hot Fuzz is one part High Frequency Booster (Treble Booster) and one part Fuzz. But it's all parts fun! The Treble Booster can be used independently or to feed the fuzz. Together they're a formidable team with a myriad of tones possible and they're very sensitive to the guitar and amp you're using. Good fun, good rocking tones, super high quality USA build.
Guitar: 2011 Fender Eric Johnson Signature Stratocaster. Stock.
Amp: Soldano 88 Clean Pre; Marshall SLP1959 - both Axe-FX III models with GB IR's
Power Supply: Eventide PowerMax by Cioks
Mic: Samson Airline77 (me)
Camera: iPhone 11 Pro (me) and Canon D60 (pedal)
Soundcard: PreSonus Quantum & Fractal Audio Systems Axe-FX III (guitar, mixing and bouncing).
Monitors: Blue Sky Media Desk 2.1
Computer: 2017 Apple iMac Pro, 2.5 GHz 14-Core Intel Xeon W, 64 GB 2666 MHz DDR4, Radeon Pro Vega 64X 16 GB
Software: Logic Pro X, Apple Final Cut Pro X, Compressor.