Keeley Electronics Synth-1 w Nick Reinhart – Fuzz Settings


In this video, Nick Reinhart explores the fuzz possibilities of the Synth-1 Reverse Attack Fuzz Wave Generator.

The Synth-1 allows you to create fuzzed-out synth waves! Use the Filter and Blend controls to mix your guitar with the fuzz from the synth. Go from churning slow-gear reverse swells to sounding like a light saber.

The Keeley Synth-1 is a guitar-triggered, single-note wave generator. You control the tone of the wave with the Filter Control. The lead-in time or swell of the note is controlled with the Attack knob. Then use the Blend control to remove the natural tone from your guitar as you slide through synth-sounding fuzz waves. Use an expression pedal to control the Filter, and now you have Wah-Wah-like control of the Synth-1.

Also used in this video:
Keeley Omni Reverb
Supro Keeley 1970RK Amplifier

Video shot by Robby R. Harris, Josh Montgomery and Henry McMinn and edited by Robby R. Harris.

Filmed at Lunar Manor Recording Studio in Oklahoma City.

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