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EMB5490  
2 Apr 2010 20:33 | Quote
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Wellllll, it has come to this now has it. Fuzzy Fuzz pedals of hairy, gross, disgusting, smooth, eligant, gainy grainy Fuzz.

of course theres the big muff

and my favorite, and original Fuzz Face

and of course the thousands of clones.

well i got a big muff clone and love it more then the big muff. its a skreddy pig mine. insanly amazing pedal

heres my favorite fuzz tone ever,



an original fuzz face. amazing. and into a line 6.

possibly one of the most simple circuits too, 4 resistors, 2 transistors i think 3 capacitors. so simple a caveman could do it!

anyway post your favorite fuzz pedals here:

edit: another oldy but a goody is this

EMB5490  
2 Apr 2010 20:43 | Quote
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and check this out!!



totally awesome for such a small and cheap pedal. not in your face enough for me but very musical, very usable, very simple!

http://cgi.ebay.com/D-A-M-1966-Tone-Bender-Fuzz-Pedal-tonebender-dam-vox_W0QQitemZ320497079239QQcmdZViewItemQQptZGuitar_Accessories?hash=item4a9f1d53c7#ht_728wt_935

DAM! good thing theyre cheap...
case211  
2 Apr 2010 23:30 | Quote
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I'll have to post a vid of my BMPD(Big Muff Pi Deluxe). I found one vid on youtube of it, but I'd prefer to make my own(whenever I can since I'm on spring break now...FINALLY).
I think it was made from only 1978-1982? or 1981...anyways there aren't many around hence the not finding anything on youtube :P
EMB5490  
3 Apr 2010 06:57 | Quote
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the big muff pi was always made by eh. from the early 70s on
telecrater  
3 Apr 2010 09:16 | Quote
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I'd have to say those boot's rock. I want a pair of snake skin boots.

I used to have a bunch of DOD pedals, I thought the grunge pedal was pretty over the top distiron but not a lot was really usable.

I also had this box called a juice box, it's been discontinued and changed and now is the bad monkey. It gave your amp a boost, but sucked stand alone. I liked it with my brothers Fender Blues Jr.

I sold all my pedals off a few years ago but looking to put something back together. First I need some snake skin boots.
EMB5490  
3 Apr 2010 09:25 | Quote
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TOTALLY. ive always wanted snakeskin boots but sadly there very expensive and hard to find not custom made in a size 13 :)

i used to own a dod vintage dod overdrive.

ive heard of them both ive heard both good and bad about both...



thats my new pedal. i start off with it reall low, then you get those huge fuzzy tones later in the vid.

also if you wana hear some pink floyd with the pink flesh copy "pig mine" go to 7:55 in the vid
case211  
3 Apr 2010 10:14 | Quote
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@emb

I know that, mine is a Big Muff Pi DELUXE. It has a compressor built in and is larger than the original BMP's. Has a very unique sound since you can have the regular Big Muff tone, but you can also mix the compressor in which adds more fuzz(somehow).
EMB5490  
3 Apr 2010 10:37 | Quote
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yeah compression woukld do that. i however dont really like big muffs...the new ones... they sound very tinny
case211  
3 Apr 2010 12:10 | Quote
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this one is from 1978-1981, not exactly "new" XD
deadman2k666  
3 Apr 2010 16:02 | Quote
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I have a Voodoo Labs Superfuzz, such a **in pedal
EMB5490  
3 Apr 2010 18:44 | Quote
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NICE! i love vintage stuff. gimme a vid!
case211  
3 Apr 2010 19:02 | Quote
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haha alright ;) I'll have to do it Monday or so, when everyone is out of the house. I've got this problem where I can't seem to play "quietly" XD
EMB5490  
3 Apr 2010 19:39 | Quote
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yeah its a disease called

"my 100 watt marshall is so fking awsome that i turn it louder without knowing bc my ears dont care itis."

strange dreadful diease...

i play my amp wayyy to loud. but always wear earplugs. seriously dont abuse them. my whole family is deaf on my dads side. and you know that thingy where your ear rings and buzzes and hurts? yeah it sucks.
case211  
3 Apr 2010 22:43 | Quote
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I don't actually play terribly loud
I mean 80 watts on 1-1.5 is loud but not to where it hurts... just makes it crunchier in the speaker :D
EMB5490  
4 Apr 2010 08:26 | Quote
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100 watt marshall on 1 kills people :)

what amp u have?
case211  
4 Apr 2010 11:01 | Quote
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I have a Peavey Bandit 112(from the early 2000s). Pretty good amp, gives a pretty good Marshall impersonation and is plenty loud :D
You shall hear in the vid I'll do tomorrow
EMB5490  
4 Apr 2010 17:14 | Quote
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nice cool
dsesh  
9 Apr 2010 21:51 | Quote
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what about a pigtronix disnortion been thinking about getting one.
EMB5490  
9 Apr 2010 22:13 | Quote
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not crazy about their stuff...
ChicagoMedic  
11 Apr 2010 17:56 | Quote
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i have a big muff pi, and amazing....but I've been hearing a lot of about DeviEver stuff....I need to play one and find out
EMB5490  
11 Apr 2010 18:03 | Quote
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devi ever is too scooped for me and too metal fuzz...


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