Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by jpervin, Jun 3, 2019.
I was gonna say Danelectro Eisenhower but then I checked reverb and they are over $200. Give it a year.
A simple search shows a bunch of Eisenhowers for just under 150, both on Reverb and in stores.
Ah.... just two posts.
Perhaps the poster's newness in the forum excuses them?
A range of tones, maybe not creamy, Ammoon Black Rat, $26. 'cause you need A Rat.
Joyo JF-12 voodoo octava, $28
Donner Fuzz, $30
Behringer Fuzz, $25
peanut butter > fuzz
Fender The Pelt!
They build some amazing pedals for the price point.
Maybe this is too obvious, but an EHX Nano Big Muff Pi
+1 Chicago Stompworks! The Moose Pie kills it...
I hear the fulltone catalyst is pretty under appreciated and isnt finnicky like fuzz faces are.
How much is the Arctic White going for these days? I live mine but don't remember how much I paid for it.
Barber Exacta is cool
When I think creamy fuzz, that is usually toward the Muff category. Hard to go wrong with an EHX one, but I might say the Green Russian would be preferable. Get Prymaxe to give you 25% off and you're looking at under $70.
Otherwise, plenty of used stuff to dig through on Reverb.
Mooer grey faze (when it works) , Ammoon Germanium Fuzz (the red one)
>smooth and creamy
seriously though, can someone send me a clip of what a "smooth and creamy fuzz" is supposed to sound like?
I’m wondering the same thing. I suppose a muff might be smoother and creamier than other fuzzes. But it isn’t smooth or creamy to my ears.
Velvet Fuzz's can be had for about $100 and some change. The "Big" fuzz setting is as creamy as butter frosting.
Biyang Fuzz Star is an excellent Muff for under $50 new.
i always took it to mean the smoother germanium style vs more harsh silicon ones. I take your point however, as IIRC fuzz is more of a distortion than it is overdrive.
when i think fuzz i either hear downtuned "doom" metal riffs or jimi hendrix leads