http://proguitarshop.com/do... Welcome back to ProGuitarShop.com, where Andy shows you how to get Fat Fuzz settings with the DOD Carcosa. The fatness of the Carcosa's low end is immense, yet musical at the same time. The Carcosa contains more transistors than the average fuzz pedal, so its gain structure is quite refined when cranking the Carcosa's Before control. The Hi-Cut knob helps dial in the fatter tones by skimming off any excess treble content generated by the gain stages. Liberal use of the Before and Hi-Cut controls turns the Carcosa a full-frequency fuzz monster on either Demhe or Hali modes. The more you crank both knobs, the more the Carcosa delivers a singing, musical fuzz tone that sustains indefinitely. This super-fat tone is great for rhythm players who need tightness when playing chords, as well as those using drop-tunings or baritone guitars. Bass players can also take heed, as the Carcosa leaves your low-end intact with no need for a mix control. Lead players can also use the Carcosa with these settings, taking advantage of the viscous sustain and using it as the base tone for solos when a lesser fuzz just won't do.