Dating super fuzz

By using his hypnotic powers on Torpedo, he gets the gangster to blab out the location of his printing facility: the fishing trawler Barracuda.But in the meantime, Dunlop inadvertently tells Rosie about Dave's powers and weaknesses in order to impress her.His tale of having been close to the explosion is marvelled at by most, but dismissed by Dunlop.As time passes, Dave discovers that he has picked up a wide range of superpowers, including super reflexes and speed, endurance, telekinesis, precognition, hypnotism, and the ability to survive a window drop from the 23rd story of a building unscathed.At the last instant, he manages to catch Dunlop (though in the process they wind up plunging through the earth and straight up to China), and both return safe and sound to prepare for Dave's and Evelyn's wedding.However, Evelyn, still reluctant to have a super-powered husband, has decided to have the last word in the matter by having her hair dyed red.While Dunlop points out that Dave's precognitive abilities, which helped uncover Torpedo's scam, is unlikely to be admitted as evidence in court, Evelyn is not overjoyed at having a too-perfect man in the house.One night, Dave and Dunlop proceed to Torpedo's clubhouse, where Dave has Dunlop dance with Rosie (with some hypnotic encouragement) while he poses as a corrupt cop who wants a share of the winnings.

The film is about Dave Speed, a bumbling Miami police officer who gains superpowers through an accidental nuclear exposure. The story starts as a retrospective, as police officer Dave Speed (Terence Hill) faces his fourth execution attempt (this time by the electric chair) for the alleged murder of his superior and friend, Sergeant Willy Dunlop (Ernest Borgnine).

Once he finds Dunlop aboard, alive but frozen stiff, he uses a borrowed piece of bubblegum to create a balloon, and both men rise out of the ocean and float back to the city.

Having heard of Dave's escape, Torpedo and Rosie prepare to flee with Evelyn as their hostage.

Unlike the 1980 italian-american movie of the same name, the Super Fuzz is an amazing japanese pedal dating back to the sixties with a huge sound and a hint of ring modulation.

The only problem is that it’s an ungrateful sound, very hard to play with an abrupt sustain and a very rocky grain.

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