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an original fuzz boasting an EL5420csz quad op-amp that creates two different gated fuzz circuits
accurately recreates the classic octave fuzz of the legendary Univox Super Fuzz
Where huge chords, laden with harmonics, give way to undulating tremblings.
A combination echo and vintage style octave fuzz
A Boston made, medium gain fuzz in the Tone Bender family
It straddles the line between amp-like grit and fuzzy saturation.
joystick-controlled dual fuzz freakout
Dirty, mean spirited and a blast to hang around with.
Fuzz w/ Momentary Delay
a Muff destroying Musket upgraded with a 4-stage germanium/silicon circuit
a scrambled and clangy fuzz with pronounced upper octaving
A super fat growling synth fuzz, ripping upper-octave riff-inspiring thick fuzz and chaotic inter-modulating sonic destruction
An Expressive Double Filter Fuzz
a dual harmonic device comprised of fuzz and modulation circuits
From gross to gorgeous.
A massive fuzz that mauls everything in its path.
a dual transistor crumbling fuzz tone device
a fuzzy feedback modulation machine
Throaty fuzz and singing sustain of the “Ram’s Head” Muff.
Like a fire in your belly!
Live at the beach all year long with this chewy, bubbly, swirly fuzz-phaser.
Expands on the classic Super Fuzz by adding a parametric tone section.
From Tone Bender to Mind Splitter
inspired by William Basinski’s The Disintegration Loops
Foxx inspired fuzz with adjustable octave.
Ranging from warm overdrive to saturated fuzz
A raging beast of a fuzz.
Classic gnarly garage fuzz.
based upon the GGG-tuned and Civil War versions of a muff fuzz
Inspired by Failure’s killer tone on songs like “Heliotropic” or “Another Space Song.”
Loosely based on the classic green Russian muff-style circuit.
a fantastically versatile fuzz/overdrive/distortion peda
Mid 2000’s interpretation of the IC Big Muff
A thick, massive fuzz descended from the Muff bloodline.
generating predominantly even-order harmonic distortion, you will notice amazing clarity even with extreme settings.
A mix of the Tone Bender MkII fuzz with a Rat distortion to create something that sings like a fuzz but is tight like a distortion.
Chasms are cleared, mountains sheared, glaciers calved, novæ birthed.
Wall of Fuzz
an extreme fuzz machine
It flutters, zips, and can fly transparently through the air.
you can go from a unique overdrive tone to a wild squishy fuzz
a sub-heavy silicon fuzz with some new twists
captures the analog tones of some of the world’s classic octave dividers
Sounds like a visit to a NASCAR event.
Vintage Germanium Fuzz Tone
Developed with the Melvin’s King Buzzo, to capture his unique distortion tones.
Selection from the following diode settings: Germanium, Asymmetrical Germanium, Silicon, Mosfet, LED and Bypass.
Modern, high-gain transistor fuzz
Buzzy 60’s fuzz.
A one knob Colorsound inspired fuzz.
Based on the Vox Super Beatle Distortion w/ enhanced EQ boosts
A one-of-a-kind hand painted W.M. pedal by Marissa Paternoster, singer and guitarist of the Screaming Females
A wild fuzz with deep bass response and a vintage-tinged upper octave.
Classic rock – YES. 90’s garage rock -YES. Or enter the realm of Wizard Doom.
A super versatile Sunn inspired dual channel distortion and preamp covers a lot of heavy ground!
Back and forth, side to side. Wah, Fuzz or both!
It is full-on fuzz all the time and uses crude wide range tone control to change the character from big and warm to sizzling and blown out.
shaggy vintage tones with a growling sub octave
from thin and reedy 60’s style buzzy-buzz to full on super-squishy doom fuzz
a full-range hybrid silicon/germanium fuzz with a clean blend, designed for low-end lovers
A destructive fuzz device modeled after the old JAX fuzz.
rhythmic oscillation and industrial fuzz
a meaty fuzz sandwich made up of the Musket Fix’d Fuzz Deluxe
tons of even-order harmonics to create unique octave/fuzz sounds that are dynamic & frequency-dependent.
Expands on the classic fuzz/distortion sounds of the “Ram’s Head” Muff by adding a parametric tone section to the circuit.
this incredibly sub-frequency-preserving unit will hold on to the lowest lows like no fuzz ever heard before
Take the infamous Woolly Mammoth and add a Marshall style tone stack.