I'm going to go out on a limb and recommend the Spiral FX Black pedal.
"Out on a Limb" because it too has lots of variability in it's controls, so can get out into some splatty/glitch stuff, but there is a huge range in which it's warm, rich and tone-comes-thru tones as well.
It's up to the player to chose where to go with it.
It's made by Tom Cram, who was THE guy behind the DOD revival of the 2000's, and the designer of the new-classic Carcosa fuzz. On many forums, he went by "DigiTech Rep", and was universally known as helpful and intelligent.
From what I've read, The Black uses the basically circuit topology of the Maestro FZ-1 as a starting point (as did the Carcosa) but has a HUGE range of Gain. It also has a direct Bias control for the clipping elements, and a Detail control that can dial in/out some of the 'finer points of fuzz'.
There are 3 (THREE) clipping options : Silicon, Germanium, and the N2 Nanolog molecular junction (aka 'Quantum Tunneling' ) carbon-based device.**
To re-state, Tom's pedals are made with a WIDE range of playing in mind. With that, the upper third of the Gain area is probably not for the OP. But it is there if you ever want to explore new soundscapes... soundscapes that harken to pterodactyls, swooping, screeching and attacking between every note you play.
Some of the grittier settings can sound a bit odd in isolation, but they can REALLY help in cutting through the mix.If you've played a Muff-variant for long, you know what 'getting lost in the mix' is all about. The Black gives you the OPTION to not get lost in the mix.
BTW, Tom has also created a distortion pedal called Yellow ...
Take a look at it, as well. It can reach out to Fuzz-range, but it might actually be something a stoner-rock person could be interested in. The Girth control on the Yellow is amazing. There are 6 separate EQ settings which are detent-selectable.
One more aspect.... the enclosures look amazing.
Unlike anything else I can think of.
Each is the result of a custom etch/oxidation process which Tom is constantly evolving/experimenting/trying to kill himself by doing.
Bunch of demos here (link below)... 3 more on 'PAGE TWO'
There are Lots of different playing styles in there, with lots of different sounds... don't stop after listening to just one clip!!
** info on the N2 device is here
Finally, a Caveat :
I am not an employee or an endorser of Spiral FX... hell, I don't play out any more and I don't have a good recording capability.
I HAVE eTalked with Tom on some aspects of his pedals....oddly enough, not so much about the electronics as the enclosures. I'd like to think it was 'inspiration', but luckily, he knows better than to listen to the ramblings of a geographically-isolated madman and former engineer/current dentist.
I also sent him a couple items/tools that I have access to, which make the process of building things easier/safer.
In return, he built me a special one-off box. I guess this qualifies as 'receiving an item of value'... so maybe I AM a paid endorser?
I dunno. I just get a kick out of bending his ear and he was kind enough to send me something in return.
I've also bought a number of his pedals at regular price... no special treatment there.