What is your favorite/best "Fuzz" pedals? Photo?

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Tomo, Jun 13, 2006.


  1. Tomo

    Tomo Member

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    I am getting into this....

    Other thread, I asked about heavy distortion pedals.

    Here we can discuss about "Fuzz" pedals.


    Thanks,



    Tomo



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    Thanks guys for your time.

    So far we got these:

    If you wanna add more, please let me know.
    Websites? More pics. More votes?

    Thanks,

    Tomo

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    Scotty's Fuzz Royale

    Mayo/Skreddy pedals
    http://skreddypedals.com

    London Fuzz/ MJMguitarFX
    http://www.mjmguitarfx.com/

    Huckleberry? /Tonefactor

    Lovepedal Karl fuzz

    Voodoo lab Bosstone

    Analogman Sun Lion, Sun Face

    Lady Stardust/Phoenix Custom Electonics
    http://www.phoenixcustomelectronics.com/home.asp

    Prescription Electronics Experience pedal

    FUZZ FACTORY

    Karl ?

    1966 and MkIII/D*A*M
    http://www.stompboxes.co.uk/

    MIAudio GI Fuzz

    Pink Purple fuzz/ BJF

    FuzzLab (big one)

    Crucible fuzz/Euthymia
    http://www.euthymia.org/

    Cusack Screamer fuzz
    http://www.cusackmusic.com

    Blue Ribbon Fuzz

    Fulltone '70.

    Big Muff,

    Fuzz Bender/BSM

    Addrock Geranium , Si fuzz

    Fuzz Factory

    MJM fuzz pedals

    Fuzz Head by Keeley
    http://www.robertkeeley.com/fuzzhead/

    Sybil / Retroman
    http://www.retroman-music.com/SYBIL PAGE.htm
     
  2. gururyan

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    Well, for all my germy needs I finally found "my" fuzz in this little red box. I doubt it will leave my pedalboard.



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    This lickable treat really surprised me. I was not expecting to become attached to the Huck but it gets so many fuzz tones and goes where the London doesn't, it is likely to remain on my board for a long, long time as well.

    There you have it, those are my two fuzz pedals. One germ, one silicon...two favorites as requested.
     
  3. webb

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    Sorry no picture.
    The lovepedal Karl fuzz is great. Killer fuzz tones with some added ring mod wackyness.
     
  4. golgonooza

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    Analogman Sun Lion: absolutely stellar fuzz. It can be a little dark, but in conjuntion with the rangemaster "beano" side, the tonal spectrum really opens up; volume/ touch sensativity is especially responsive. (Pictureless - apologies).
     
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  6. Tomo

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    Yes, it does. Thanks for your imput. I heard about that pedal.

    Here is my fuzz pedal.

    My Hao effects


    Hi Guys,

    Thank you so much!

    Tomo
     
  7. Mullet Kingdom

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    I like the Prescription Electronics Experience pedal. :crazy

    In octave mode it sounds like a horny mongoose tweaked on crystal meth. :eek:

    But in a good way. LMAO!

    -Greg
     
  8. pepperco

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    FUZZ FACTORY

    Its my only fuzz right now, I need to add another more "sane"
    fuzz at some point. For now it covers a lot of ground. Cleans
    up really well with the volume knob.
     
  9. thebot

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    Another vote for the Karl here. Everything I ever wanted in a fuzz and very simple to use. I also like the fuzz factory just for a fun hour or so, but the Karl gets used more (like I struggle to stop using it actually).
     
  10. todd richman

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    Differential Audio Manifestationz 1966 and Custom Shop MkIII-for pics of the 1966 and lots of into too go to www.stompboxes.co.uk

    For pics of my MkIII go to http://fuzzmonster.blogspot.com I believe mine is pictured in the March 2006 section.

    D*A*M fuzzes are the top of the top-the creme de la crem of vintage and accurately built and speced Tone Bender style fuzzes complete with period correct NOS Mullard transistors. The 1966 is a great Beatles Revolver-era fuzz and the MkIII is late Yardbirds, Jeff Beck Group and Zeppelin I in a box. I highly recommend this company-David Main is a real pleasure to work with and his knowledge and support before and after the sale as far as tweaks and suggestions for settings and setup are unparalleled.
     
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    the PPF kicked the Sunface off my board, superb fuzz!

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    Thanks Guys,

    It's fun to see many choices and many colors!

    With those pics. if you could... can you add any description on each
    pedal? Or if you have any sound clips, you can add on too.

    Thanks,

    Tomo
     
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    Pro Analog MkII, Lovepedal Black Beauty Balance.

    Thinking Scotty's Fuzz Royale is gonna be solid
     
  17. fyler

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    the Euthymia Crucible Si is a silicon fuzzface-inspired fuzz. not a huge volume boost available, but the fuzz character is very thick and warm (definitely the least harsh silicon fuzz i've heard).
    there are soundclips on www.euthymia.org
     
  18. dosmun

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    A modified Fuzz Face Type circuit that I made for George Metropolis of Metro Amp.
     
  19. Tomo

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    Thanks guys,

    I am enjoying here. Nice pics!

    Thanks for the comments. If you know specific website, please
    include. I really appreciate it.


    Tomo
     
  20. CocoTone

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    Tomo,,,London Fuzz all the way. Best Fuzzface clone built on this planet.
    http://www.mjmguitarfx.com/

    You must try it. If your a Strat player, look no furthur.

    CT.
     

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