Si Fuzz

staybobo

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I'm looking for a Si Fuzz that has some Ge fuzz qualities, handles vast temperature changes, works with low tuned & high tuned guitars, raunchy rock 'n' roll, slide blues/blues rock, and country music. What style fuzz should I be looking for and which in that style do you recommend?
 

KoskineN

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Chase Tone Fuzz Fella might be the answer! Love mine for its warmer tone(compared to other silicon fuzzes), and has great cleanup.
 

SlaminSam

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Chase Tone Fuzz Fella might be the answer! Love mine for its warmer tone(compared to other silicon fuzzes), and has great cleanup.
This - I don't think you will get any closer to the properties you want than the Chase Tone Fuzz Fella.
 

Moniker

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Skreddy Lunar Module Mini deluxe. Best Si fuzz around.
 

sahhas

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my SI fuzzes are:
PTD minibone
DOD Carcosa
and then i think all my octave fuzzes are SI (Fender blender clone, Octave Clang Clone)...all work fine for me.....
good luck!
 

silverburstlp

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I believe the Greed Tone (red fuzz) fuzz is made or at least marketed just to this point, SI that sounds and reacts like Germ.
 

jwny72

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I've got a Fulltone 70 that I love. It has an internal bias trimmer, that when turned counter-clockwise, warms it up and makes it sound more like a germanium fuzz. It enhances the degree of volume knob cleanup too (dynamics). So, I think adjustable bias is the thing to look for. I'm pretty sure the analogman Si fuzzes have that too. I can't speak to any others.
 




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