UPDATE 10-13-06: New versions posted. http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v294/onetubetone/Page1-2.jpg http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v294/onetubetone/Page2-2.jpg Story, sad but true. A few weeks ago I bought me a Fuzz Factory, and it's given me hours of crazy fun and tinkering. What a cool pedal. Anyhow, I don't know about you guys, but I found the original "Fuzz Factory Settings List" to be not exactly optimal. Some settings were repeats, some settings oscillated uncontrollably, though they said they wouldn't, some just sounded boring. Furthermore, the layout wasn't exactly intuitive. Most settings had names that didn't correlate to their function, and they were all put on the list in seemingly random order. Not to sound unappreciative... without the list I would have had nothing to start from, but I thought that I could do better. So I spent some time sorting through the list, writing down my favorite settings, adjusting some, and making up some of my own. I then ranked each setting I came up with on a scale of 1 to 10 for the three categories of the fuzz factory's sound which I found most important: fuzziness, crackle, and modulation. I then converted these rankings to a graph: red for fuzziness, yellow for crackle, and green for modulation. I also wrote some notes by each setting of adjustments I found important. What I came up with is the attached image files of 22 settings, each with a descriptive name, and each with a small graph of its sound characteristics next to it on the left. Enjoy! Also, I am aware that no two FFs are the same, and the tone depends on many things such as pickups, battery life, other craziness. But I still think my list is a great starting point, especially with the notes. Tell me what you think. UPDATE: Two additional settings I found that didn't make the list: Crazy Clean: Gate: 1:00 Comp: 9:00 Drive: 9:45 Stab: 2:45 Notes: turn down guitar volume for sparkly clean. Metal Fuzz: Gate: 10:45 Comp: 2:00 Drive: 5:00 Stab: 1:30 Notes: do a "ghost bend" pinch harmonic (pre-bend note, do pinch harmonic, let fall) around 12th fret. You will be amazed.