Big Muff with extra "cut"

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by JoeyD, May 24, 2006.

  1. JoeyD

    JoeyD Member

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    Any suggestions for an over the top- bottom heavy fuzz (similar to the big muff) with extra cut? I want a fuzz that responds well to chording, I'm not a big solo guy.

    I was looking at the Fuzz Factory but i seem to get mixed reviews on the FF's bottom end. Anyone have any suggestions for an over the top distruction fuzz with a huge muffy bottom end that likes chords?
     
  2. b_rad

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    With that particular description I would have to recommend the Euthymia ICBM.
     
  3. Jumblefingers

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    HBE UFO - Vintage and Modern swtich for very different voicing, Tone conrol and and extra benefit of the Octavia that sounds/tracks great!
     
  4. trucks

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    Skreddy Mayo with flat mids option.
     
  5. ck3

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    The Ibanez FZ5 60's Fuzz definitely fits this description. :AOK
     
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    Flat mids Mayo all the way! Gooing to order one for myself too...
     
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    Looks like we lost some of the responses here, but I just wanted to re-second the Euthymia ICBM suggestion. Can't go wrong!
     
  8. JoeyD

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    I have a feeling Im going to end up owning lots of fuzzes over the years...

    yes 8)
     
  9. nashvillesteve

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    You might like the ToneFactor Huckleberry, which has a tone knob that takes it from Big Muff Pi territory to Fuzz Face. I have a similar McBroom-crafted predecessor, the Hellbilly, which is like a Rnagemaster Treble Booster crossed with a Fuzz Face. It's gotten some pretty rave reviews and Brad is a cool guy.
     

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