Oh, the Soda Meiser. It's more than just a punny name.
For starters, there is a lovely warm and intricate low(er) gain fuzz tone. Great for turning gentle strumming into walls of harmonically dense sound.
Works well with bass, guitar, vocals, synths, drums, and anything else you can run through it
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Turning the gain up will gradually introduce more upper harmonic accents until you are wrangling an upper-octave fuzz beast that's trying to get away from you.
Even better! Now the chaos switch is standard! Flip it up to enter the realm of fuzz danger where up is down and rabbits eat dogs.
At lower intensities it has a great Big Muff sound but with a lot more character. At higher intensities, it becomes a disharmonic fuzz bliss that reminds many of the Ampeg Scrambler. People have compared the Soda Meiser’s sound to that of the Smashing Pumpkins and Jeff Buckley.
The Soda Meiser was recently featured in the amazing DVD, The Art of the Stompbox, featuring Nels Cline and Henry Kaiser.
Notable users : 30 Seconds to Mars, The Hives, MGMT, My Bloody Valentine, Nine Inch Nails, Silversun Pickups, Nels Cline, Jeff Tweedy (Wilco), Tame Impala, UNKLE, Michael Wandmacher (hollywood composer), Steve Schiff (Nina Hagen Band)
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