V&R demoes the mighty BitQuest from boutique builder Dr. Scientist. In this part 3, we explore some fuzz tones in an ambient soundscape, using the effects mod part.
"If you’re on a quest that takes you far from home, you can’t be weighed down. You never know when you’ll need to duck under a laser cannon, or fight a giant eyeball, and you need to have portable and practical tools to face whatever alternate reality lays in store. It’s the same thing with your tone--sometimes it pays to have a compact, digital multi-tool that covers a wide range of tone needs. Enter the BitQuest: Complete with eight digital effects that work with or without a built in digital fuzz, the BitQuest offers flanger, HP/LP filter, bit crusher, infinite reverb, notch filter, ring mod, pitch shift and glitch delay, all in one pedal. No matter where the future takes you, BitQuest has got you covered."
Recorded on a 1992 Marshall 6101LE 30th anniversary with an Universal Audio OX Top box amp. Mic'ed up with an Edwina from Ear Trumpet Labs. Tao plays a Bulldog model from Tonfuchs Guitars. See more guitars from Tonfuchs on Vintage & Rare here: https://www.vintageandrare.com/builder/Tonfuchs-Guitars-334