Review: EarthQuaker Devices Terminal Fuzz Pedal — Video
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If pedal effects were colors on a painter’s palette, I’d describe overdrive as black or white, distortion as red or blue, and fuzz as purple, mainly because fuzz is typically best used sparingly.
Describing the EarthQuaker Devices Terminal, which is a fuzz pedal, I’d go even further by comparing it to a glossy, metal-flake hue of heliotrope, but one that you’d want to use in excess, such as to paint a hot rod.
Far from a mild-mannered effect, the Terminal is raunchy and ratty and has practically nothing in common with classic fuzz.
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