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  • what are some wild fuzzes that aren't chokey and velcroish?

    you know more of an open, screaming sound. i have a beebaa clone that gets pretty sick, but what else is recommended?

    i need to sound like banshees and blizzards and shattering glass

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    Shin-Ei Companion

    Superfuzz and variants - Boss FZ-2, Wilson Superfuzz, Behringer Super Fuzz (quite a great pedal)
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    • #3
      fuzzrite!!

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      • #4
        I got a FZ-2 for sale
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        • #5
          thanks i'll look into those. how much, brokenfixed? (nin?)

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          • #6
            de Lisle Fuzz. It is a silicon fuzz with a fantastic sound.
            <div class="signaturecontainer">- Chad<br><br><br><br><font size="1"><br><br>Endorsing Artist: Cave Passive Pedals<br><br></font></div>

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            • #7
              oh oh oh - Zvex Octane III love mine. love it.
              <div class="signaturecontainer"><font size="1">&quot;15 layers of oscillating delays and samples of hedgehogs having sex. There's your chorus.&quot; - hwaorang</font><br />
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              <font size="1">&quot;play in church.. Jesus will provide reverb&quot; - wiklund87</font><br />
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              <font size="1">&quot;Flaming Korg solos don't grow on trees.&quot; - big69</font></div>

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              • #8
                danelectro french toast
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                • #9
                  Joyo Ultimate Octave / Voodoo Octave
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                  • #10
                    danelectro french toast


                    these actually sound wicked, for $30 you can't go wrong...

                    Other choices,

                    mosrrite fuzzrite or clone (think I wanna be your dog - stooges)
                    Shine ei Companion FY-2's (or clone) are great
                    Ampeg scrambler (or clone)
                    big muffs are more smooth than velcro I'd say
                    Probably your best bet would be a colorsound tone bender variant. I'd get a clone (not a new JMI one)
                    For octaves, try a fulltone octafuzz

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                    • #11
                      The T-Rex Tonebug Fuzz does that...and I'm selling one in the spam thread.

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                      • #12
                        Shin-Ei Companion

                        Superfuzz and variants - Boss FZ-2, Wilson Superfuzz, Behringer Super Fuzz (quite a great pedal)


                        These, these, these!
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                        • #13
                          Shin-Ei Companion

                          Superfuzz and variants - Boss FZ-2, Wilson Superfuzz, Behringer Super Fuzz (quite a great pedal)


                          Out of those, bang for the buck -whise, the FZ-2 would probably be your best bet impo. Other affordable superfuzz-type peds that are worth mensioning: BYOC Leeds, and the Malekko Omicron Fuzz.

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