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fuzz Tag

El Fuzz De Los Muertos

I have certainly said it and will most definitely do so in the future too: one can't have enough fuzzes. Funny that I could find my other dirtboxes quite easily and they are more or less constant on my board, but I find every six...

Seth

I always liked the Big Muff type pedals (and Freud would most probably analyse this quite thoroughly...

The Roar Of The Grizzly

I was listening to some fuzz demos when I found KMA's Fuzzly Bear effect. I immediately fell in love with the sound, so I looked it up. Turns out it is a slightly modified Jordan Bosstone. It scratches and cracks, even some octave effect can...

Operation Fuzz

Already in the previous entry we talked about a very simple distortion design, but now we aim for a level of simplicity that can't really be beaten. It is an own drdFX design, inspired by the Earthquaker Devices' Bellows fuzz. I was searching for some...

Paleo Fuzz

The family of distortion devices is very large, but the hardest nut to crack is to find a good fuzz. Of course there are gazillions of fuzzes out there, but only a bunch of them sound really good. Often they are too shrill sounding with...

Little Prick

Yet antoher iconic piece from the imaginary Top 100 Guitar Pedals list: the Electro-Harmonix Big Muff Pi. Most guitarists try this too during their life. The characteristics are the high gain with solid, compressed, sometimes violin-like sound. Very popular among stoner and grunge musicians, but...