Fuzz to compliment my Zvex ff and SCOD

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by fuzzbucket, Aug 17, 2005.

  1. fuzzbucket

    fuzzbucket Guest

    I am looking for a fuzz to compliment my fuzz factory and catalinbread SCOD. Something that can take chords and that that sounds different what I have now. I also have a modified big muff, that I am kind of getting sick of.
     
  2. HBob

    HBob Member

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    The Fulltone Soulbender has a more heavey, saturated sound than your FF - not sure about the SCOD. Should be a nice addition.
     
  3. herbs

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    I like the keeley fuzz head, works well in most setups, i havnt heard the scod but the fuzz head isnt as fuzzy as a fuzz factory. I think it is between an od and fuzz
     
  4. michael.e

    michael.e Supporting Member

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    Retroman Sibyl........
    This is a great compliment to my Fuzz Factory.
    M.E.
     
  5. fuzzbucket

    fuzzbucket Guest

    bump... what about the frantone pedals or a skreddy ernie
     
  6. herbs

    herbs Member

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    I am selling a frantone peach fuzz, I think there is better out there.
     
  7. John Phillips

    John Phillips Member

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    Try a Frantone Cream Puff. It's more a fuzz-distortion than a true fuzz (it was my replacement for a Big Muff) but it just has the HUGEST tone - the complete opposite of the Fuzz Factory, it has massive bottom end, almost like an octave down, and scooped mids. Run the FF into the Cream Puff.

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    (but make sure your speakers are up to it first ;))
     
  8. 6789

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    Yeah, my frantone cream puff gives a massive, full sound. lots of low end. for an insane Jesus and Mary Chain sound, I'll run a Z-vex machine pedal into the Creme Puff.
     
  9. fuzzbucket

    fuzzbucket Guest

    I think I will go with either a cream puff or a skreddy ernie. I like the footprint on the ernie better but the cream puff does sound great. Has anyone played both?
     
  10. fuzzbucket

    fuzzbucket Guest

    bump... I know someone has tried both.
     
  11. glarestreak

    glarestreak Member

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    I like this thread. Bump.
     
  12. jgyn

    jgyn Member

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    ZVex Machine.
    Into a Fuzz Factory, it makes Major 7th chords sound like a car crash.
     
  13. nashvillesteve

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    Huckleberry is pretty huge sounding.
     
  14. ducmike

    ducmike Silver Supporting Member

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    +1 on the Huck. I use it for my more sane fuzz tones, and it covers alot of ground, and my FuzzFactory for the crazy stuff.
     
  15. Josh O

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    you want some thick old fuzzy fuzz, try a Barge Concepts BB or BB jr
     

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