Muff style fuzz with bass cut

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Thorpy fx fallout cloud. Great eq, bass and treble.

This. Turn down the bass and treble, and you'll get more mids. Or do the opposite. I've had the Muffroom since it came out, favorite muff. Closer to a distortion than a true fuzz though.
 

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This. Turn down the bass and treble, and you'll get more mids. Or do the opposite. I've had the Muffroom since it came out, favorite muff. Closer to a distortion than a true fuzz though.

Does it do soaring, high gain leads that have clarity but lots of liquidy sustain (ie Wall-era Gilmour)? I hate the overly warm "woman" tone.
 

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Does it do soaring, high gain leads that have clarity but lots of liquidy sustain (ie Wall-era Gilmour)? I hate the overly warm "woman" tone.

Yes, I would say that's very close to how I would describe it. It's based on a Triangle muff, ala Gilmour (although I can't recall if that was the style on the Wall, but I think so). You can put a nice boost or lower gain overdrive in front of it too, for some added girth and grunt (sounds like I'm describing a porn flick). My amp has a boost feature on it, which really kicks things up a notch.
 

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I also add a touch of added analog delay for added sustain. While the sustain is good, I'm not sure I would say it's "the best" or even great. Comparable to most muffs I guess.
 

fuzzrhythm

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Blackout Effectors Musket (Civil War based?) has a focus knob, which is a bass cut

Barber Exacta (Triangle or Ram based) has a toggle for bass cut
 

fred_

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I'll echo the Musket (or the Ge version: Blunderbuss) and add Basic Audio Alter Destiny.
 
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