The Aladdin is a honky sounding fuzz based on the Guild Foxey Lady circuit (EH Axis version). It provides a nasty fuzz sound and an amazing amount of volume. With this monster some of Mick Ronson's most recognozible sounds can be achieved. The Aladdin is an old style silicon transistors fuzz specially made for Bowie/Fuzz lovers. It also may appeal sixties garage lovers due to its classic honky (brass-like) fuzz sounds. It's very well suited for a “Stones' Satisfaction riff” kind of sound. A mini toggle switch was added (color) so you can choose between a bitting treble sound or a more bassy and meaty sound. Different textures and sounds can be achieved by tweakening the fuzz knob.
Tip: To achieve Mick Ronson's 1973 sound, you should place “The Aladdin” first in the signal chain followed by a wah wah pedal and then into a heavily overdriven Marshall-like tube amp. As an alternative you can use a good overdrive pedal at the end of your chain.
- (2010-01-09) Manlay Sound's fuzz pedal "The Aladdin". Mick Ronson's tones at your feet. by Manlay Sound
- (2010-07-20) The Aladdin fuzz pedal by Manlay Sound by Manlay Sound
- (2010-11-30) The Aladdin: primer diseño propio de Manlay Sound aunque fuertemente basado en el EH Axis Fuzz, con grandes mejoras. Fuzz trompetero con mucho sustain y muy eléctrico. by Manlay Sound
- (2012-05-23) Manlay Sound Aladdin Fuzz - Demo by Just Nick for Rock n Roll Vintage by JustNickMusic
- (2012-09-11) The Aladdin by oshiyama1965