Vintage Fuzz Plug-In

Distorque Face Bender VST for Windows emulates a Fuzz Face and a Tone Bender MKII      28/02/12
Vintage Fuzz Plug-In


Distorque tells us that the Face Bender is an emulation of a Fuzz Face and a Tone Bender MKII with added controls for tweaking. It runs in mono or stereo, and has selectable 2x oversampling.
Distorque had this to say, "The Fuzz Face was first made by Arbiter Electronics in 1966. It had a thick, fuzzy distortion and was made famous by artists like Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, and David Gilmour. The Tone Bender MKII was also released in 1966, by Sola Sound. Compared to the Fuzz Face, it has a brighter, more distorted sound."
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