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fuzz pedal for fender bandmaster

takis

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i want to buy one fuzz pedal for vintage tone(hendrix,etc..),and i will put it to my fender bandmaster.
can you suggest me one fuzz that will sound good through fender type amps general?
i ll play it with my les paul but mostly with my suhr classic(2v60lp-1dsv )
thanks :)
 

JLee

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Addrock Geranium Fuzz. Fuzz Face style pedal with a few tweaks. Works equally well with a Marshall or a Fender amp.
 

Johnnytone

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I have a 65 Bandmaster and I just picked up an older Russian Big Muff for $25. It is a sick fuzz with that amp and a LP.
 

Phil M

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I had a AM sunface up until the other day and ran it through my '65 Bandmaster occasionally. Sounded best if the amp was on 7 or higher for natural breakup. The BEST fuzz I ever plugged into.
 

takis

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thanks for your answers guys :)
Analog Man NOS NKT-275 Sun Face with Sun Dial knob,from every clip i have heard this is my favorite.

addrock is true bypass?

..off topic...john you are a magician...
you re guitars are unbelievable.i don t know what else to say.thanks:)
 

drbob1

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Classic fuzz that cleans up rolling off the volume-AM NOS is hands down the best (or buy a cheap Fuzzface and replace the transistors with the NOS).

The Big Muff is more compressed than many fuzzes, cool sound but not what I think of as a "fuzz" more distortion.

The Fender Blender is very cool into a cranked amp-fuzz and octave and all kinds of wierdness. Now that it's been reissued, it's kind of affordable...
 

CitizenCain

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I saw somewhere else that Foxx is back with the Tone Machine. That's about as classic a fuzz as you could ask for.
 

stekks

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I 2nd the Fulltone Soulbender suggestion. Great vintage style fuzz, a good tone control to match a BF Fender (and dail in a cutting tone in a band situation), enough gain on tap to be very versatile.
 




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