Hey guys, So one pedal or type of pedal I should say I keep coming back to is a germanium Fuzz Face. I love the tone, love the cleanup, the interaction with the guitar. Thing is, in real life gigs (not playing at home) I've often gave up, cause it just didn't work the way I wanted them to. I've owned multiple very nice FF type, so it's not really the model but more the understanding of how to make it work and make it practical. As a reference, I've owned a few MJM London Fuzz, a Hartman Fuzz, Solidgoldfx if 6 was 9 (special germanium one), Oxfuzz, Dunlop Bonamassa FF, Fulltone 69, and probaly others that I forget. Also my current pedal lineup is : MJM Ulysse wah // Korg Tuner // Mojo Vibe // Keeley comp+ // KOT // Keeley Caverns v2 // Tremolo/boost // So first, do you always run your germanium FF first in chain ? I know the best results are with it this way, but I also like the sound of Vibe into fuzz, so anyone do this or you just run Vibe with overdrive instead ? Also same thing with Wah ? This has been beaten to death, but even with a buffer in the wah it doesn't guaranty it will work with the FF. Also in terms of types of tones and pedal stacking, I've ran FF into other pedals like overdrives or boosts before to make it cut more, but do you always do that at gigs to make it work ? I play mostly in cover bands, and I'm trying to find if I can use a FF as another tool with all it's great tricks or if it's too complicated.... Never ending question I guess, what do you guys think ?