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    Throw some options out there of crazy versatile fuzzes. I've got a Skreddy Lunar Module and i love it to death. what are some other fuzzes that are have tons of tones in them?
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    Algal Bloom
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    • #3
      Throw some options out there of crazy versatile fuzzes. I've got a Skreddy Lunar Module and i love it to death. what are some other fuzzes that are have tons of tones in them?


      Kung Fuzz by shoe pedals. Check it out. Mine can do anything. i even play a little jazz with it sometimes it cleans up so nice. and there is a very usable octave up on the pedal.

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      • #4
        I seem to hear people raving about how versatile the Musket is. I don't have first hand experience with one, but you should definitely look into them, from what I've heard.
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        • #5
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          meh. more fuzz and dist

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          • #6
            Algal Bloom


            Came on to say this. The AB seriously kicks ass.

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            • #7
              depends on what you mean by "versatile". Do you mean fuzzes that can also do overdrive sounds or fuzzes that run from normal fuzz to epic crazy noise? I prefer the latter. Anyway, probably the most versatile fuzz I have is the devi ever Dream Mangler, which can do regular heavy fuzz, octave up fuzz, octave down oscillation, white noise, swell fuzz, etc. Then there is the Zoom Ultra Fuzz which just has a wide range of "normal" fuzz tones, from muffy, to edgy, to vintage-y, plus some oscillation theremin stuff.
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              • #8
                The Fuzz Factory covers an insanely wide range of sounds.
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                • #9
                  I seem to hear people raving about how versatile the Musket is. I don't have first hand experience with one, but you should definitely look into them, from what I've heard.


                  It covers a really wide range of Muff sounds, and is really, really good at it. If you want more than a bunch of Muff sounds I'd suggest you look elsewhere and that we not become friends. (kidding)

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                  • #10
                    The Fuzz Factory covers an insanely wide range of sounds.


                    came in here to say this
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                    • #11
                      The Fuzz Factory covers an insanely wide range of sounds.

                      But its tough to rely on because the knobs / settings are so ****************ing sensitive...

                      The Pharaoh is the flavor of the month but i gotta admit I do love it and I totally drank the kool aid... That said for versatility I still adore my tried and true Zoom Ultra Fuzz which is basically a predictable Fuzz Factory. Discontinued so a little tough to find but man is it worth it. The gate, color, and resonance knobs offer so many options.
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                      • #12
                        Throw some options out there of crazy versatile fuzzes. I've got a Skreddy Lunar Module and i love it to death. what are some other fuzzes that are have tons of tones in them?


                        It would seem to me as though you're set in that department
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                        • #13
                          But its tough to rely on because the knobs / settings are so ****************ing sensitive...

                          The Pharaoh is the flavor of the month but i gotta admit I do love it and I totally drank the kool aid... That said for versatility I still adore my tried and true Zoom Ultra Fuzz which is basically a predictable Fuzz Factory. Discontinued so a little tough to find but man is it worth it. The gate, color, and resonance knobs offer so many options.

                          Yeah it can definitely be tough to dial certain sounds in again but it's definitely a fun ride. There was a Zoom in the spam thread recently, I'm not sure if it sold or not.
                          Good deals with: TheCardiacKid, Nightraven, AverPhil, AimmarCair (x2), midi_in, draines1220, digiTED (TGP), themroaring20's (TGP), cjkbug (TGP), whsdhs1 (TGP)

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                          • #14
                            for versatility I still adore my tried and true Zoom Ultra Fuzz which is basically a predictable Fuzz Factory. Discontinued so a little tough to find but man is it worth it. The gate, color, and resonance knobs offer so many options.


                            I had one of those. I was an idiot to sell it. It could do fairly conventional distortion/fuzz tones right through to nasty squealing oscillation that *actually* made me feel ill. I think I wanted a fuzz that was more kind of TGP-ey or something stupid like that. What a tit.

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                            • #15
                              Spaceman Gemini III
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