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What if : Fuzz Modeler, what would you want modeled?
mostly the classics, with a few modern ones thrown in
fuzz face tonebender big muff rat octave up fuzz (octavia?) with possibly some variations on each of these (si/ge, boosted or whatever) then some newer ones like a limited version of the fuzz factory (ie less knobs, slightly less tweaking, but more conventional control) a very harsh spluttery velcro fuzz (going from a nasty fuzz to horrifically gated via the controls) possibly a few other more modern ones too which i cant currently think of, modern improved versions of the classics, or some of the newer pedals out
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Originally posted by Lanefair Who the hell would buy a fuzz modeller. If you're that much into fuzz, you'd buy the actual pedals.
Also I challenge any modeller to do to my guitar what something like the Fuzz Factory does.
I'd buy one in ten seconds flat. Good fuzz is really, really limited in what it's good fore. Drop a couple hundred bucks and end up with 7 or 8 different sounds to use no more than once a set and I'd be thrilled.
Drag is, it seems to be the kind of thing that digital modelling is terrible at right now.