Fuzz Face Mini Germanium vs Band of Gypseys (FFm2 vs FFm6)

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  1. Crimson Queen

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    I have all the minis right now, except for the Ge. The Hendrix (FFM3) is my favourite. You should try it if you like the big version.
     
  2. cuz/karl

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    Yep,same circuit.
    The big round one is hand wired,may sound a bit different.
    Marginal though.
     
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  3. Hitchens

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    Think I'll get one for the holidays. Cheers.
     
  4. Lolaviola

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    Hendrix JHF-1 ftw
     
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    The BOG has been the only one from this line that's stuck around on my board. Lots of volume and a great gain sweep.
     
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  7. thesjkexperienc

    thesjkexperienc ^^^ I made this guitar^^^ Supporting Member

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    The minis can be very good if you take the time to tweak the trim pot inside. Mine sound as good as others I’ve had costing two or three times as much.
     
  8. jimijimmyjeffy

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    The '69 can be tried for free if you have any Guitar Center nearby, as they accept returns and can have anything shipped to them for you, even cheaper used ones from anywhere.

    Great bang for the buck.

    I did hear good things about some of those alternative Dunlops, but have no direct knowledge. Good luck and enjoy!
     

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