Strictly FUZZ

infiniteposse

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I don't often share here as I'm more the lurking type, but I've got this Vox TB build incoming and thought folks here might enjoy a looksee at it. This is based on a variant of Vox TB that I've owned before that's a little unusual. Mine had a very full voice and wasn't super thin and aggressive. It stacked beautifully with other pedals. It sported a SFT363E & OC76.

I happened to speak to Charlie when he had one just like my old one in the shop and hopped in line for a replica he decided to do of the specimen he had in front of him. His pedals are worth a look if you're in the market for a beautifully constructed fuzz with the good stuff inside. Lovely looking guts. I look forward to checking it out once it makes it was to me in Portugal.

 

chankgeez

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I don't often share here as I'm more the lurking type, but I've got this Vox TB build incoming and thought folks here might enjoy a looksee at it. This is based on a variant of Vox TB that I've owned before that's a little unusual. Mine had a very full voice and wasn't super thin and aggressive. It stacked beautifully with other pedals. It sported a SFT363E & OC76.

I happened to speak to Charlie when he had one just like my old one in the shop and hopped in line for a replica he decided to do of the specimen he had in front of him. His pedals are worth a look if you're in the market for a beautifully constructed fuzz with the good stuff inside. Lovely looking guts. I look forward to checking it out once it makes it was to me in Portugal.

Hope he's sending you that guitar with it! :love:
 

bundtcakehorn

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Hooked up my El Guapo this afternoon for the first time in a bit and was reminded how that circuit makes me play a little different than I do with other fuzzes - little dude has some big range. Don't know if it's ever been popular around here, but it doesn't seem to get the love it so desires.
It was getting posted a lot here a few years ago. I bought one cuz of biffoz clips and others. Still using it as my main sound today haha
 

Flatscan

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Whatever John wants to Tour will undoubtedly be met with great enthusiasm ;).

Texsur, Pirk, Messenger, Pep, Buzz Tone - I don't think there is a bad decision amongst his line.

Some silly early 70's fun below. Farner reaaaaallllyyy wants you to know that he's a dude apparently.

 
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AXXA

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Aside from the Texsur, still tryin' to gauge which pedals people might be interested for the tourbox before actually startin' a dedicated thread on the subject.

Is anyone here interested in this one?


Oscix?

Buzz Tone?

What? :munch
I’m interested in the Low Volt! And the Rite Fuzz, but that might be old news to everyone else? Definitely Texsur
 

CRWolf

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I know some of what's been in previous boxes, but definitely don't know them all. For me, I'd be interested in any of:

Low Volt
Bye-Bias Ge
Ef Zee Won
Fuzz Right
Nonts
Kay

Really, I'd be into basically anything, but those are the ones I've been wanting to get to know.
 

kinvhs

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Aside from the Texsur, still tryin' to gauge which pedals people might be interested for the tourbox before actually startin' a dedicated thread on the subject.

Is anyone here interested in this one?


Oscix?

Buzz Tone?

What? :munch
Texsur, Low Volt, Oscix and Ef Zee One. And Pirk, although I have it. Because more people should try it.
And John once mentioned the Fuzz War mkI type fuzz with 7 stages. That'd be interesting.
 

CRWolf

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Any recs on a reverb that works before Ge fuzzes? Currently using a Dispatch Master, but it often doesn't play nice.



*I recognize this may be a futile endeavor.
 

AXXA

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Any recs on a reverb that works before Ge fuzzes? Currently using a Dispatch Master, but it often doesn't play nice.



*I recognize this may be a futile endeavor.
It’s more about the Fuzz than the Reverb. Are you using a Fuzz Face? You probably know, but Muff types are easier in this regard. There are others of course

As others mentioned, @chankgeez I’d be totally into Ef Zee One and/or Kay! I hope I can be in on this one, Basic Audio tour boxes are the best
 

whateverdude

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Yep, I always say turn it up as loud as you can stand, and then turn it up a little more. Also, darker fuzzes tend to sound great at home and at low volume, but sound like mud live. Brighter fuzzes tend to sound like crap at home and a low volume, but just right live. Lots of frequencies get eaten up by drums and bass.
This is the way.
 




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