Fuzz recommendations



Re: Fuzz recommendations

Postby MechaGodzilla » Tue Mar 14, 2017 2:57 pm

Iommic Pope wrote:
MechaGodzilla wrote:I find the black acid is best and most dynamic with the fuzz maxed and the 'drive' (which I think is a pregain?) fairly low/halfway, and then it sounds more fuzzy. I actually really love it, and have messaged a couple people about building something similar but germanium based.

That could be rad.
Let us know if you do :snax:
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Re: Fuzz recommendations

Postby maggot » Tue Mar 14, 2017 3:16 pm

Tristan wrote:Another thing (especially) with fuzz that we're not really discussing here is that it really can react very differently depending on the amp or guitar you're running.


There are definitely fuzzes that prefer slightly overdriven amps and those that prefer clean amps. I think Muffs sound best with a clean solid state amp. Tone Benders can go either way. Fuzz Face-based circuits need at least a touch of amp OD (and I try to keep it down to just a touch because I want to hear fuzz, not OD). Most of my fuzzes sound more generic with the high-output pickups on my Baritone, but the Meatbox clone loves them.
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Re: Fuzz recommendations

Postby maggot » Wed Mar 15, 2017 1:46 am

I kind of perplexed about the choices of one-knob fuzzes, because I have an ILF-er offering to make me a clone, and I've always wanted a pedal with a one-knobber on one side, and a stompable volume control on the other. Colorsound? Meathead? Ritual? I know htat they're not that different from each other. My favorite sound-wise in demos is the Alien Hate Fuzz, but I'm not sure anyone knows the exact components. what's the one-knobber to go for?
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Re: Fuzz recommendations

Postby Iommic Pope » Wed Mar 15, 2017 6:51 am

MechaGodzilla wrote:
Iommic Pope wrote:
MechaGodzilla wrote:I find the black acid is best and most dynamic with the fuzz maxed and the 'drive' (which I think is a pregain?) fairly low/halfway, and then it sounds more fuzzy. I actually really love it, and have messaged a couple people about building something similar but germanium based.

That could be rad.
Let us know if you do :snax:
Sidenote: I think Nick may have done a run of Germ Fuzz Thrones at some point. Hit him up?

I totally would but I saw how much the last Fuzz Throne cost that fuzzlounge guy on instagram and I do NOT have Fuzz Throne money lol

I swear I got mine on preorder for a reasonable price. :idk:

maggot wrote:I kind of perplexed about the choices of one-knob fuzzes, because I have an ILF-er offering to make me a clone, and I've always wanted a pedal with a one-knobber on one side, and a stompable volume control on the other. Colorsound? Meathead? Ritual? I know htat they're not that different from each other. My favorite sound-wise in demos is the Alien Hate Fuzz, but I'm not sure anyone knows the exact components. what's the one-knobber to go for?

Ape Blaster.

OR no knobber:
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Re: Fuzz recommendations

Postby new05002 » Wed Mar 15, 2017 10:01 am

MechaGodzilla wrote:
Iommic Pope wrote:
MechaGodzilla wrote:I find the black acid is best and most dynamic with the fuzz maxed and the 'drive' (which I think is a pregain?) fairly low/halfway, and then it sounds more fuzzy. I actually really love it, and have messaged a couple people about building something similar but germanium based.

That could be rad.
Let us know if you do :snax:
Sidenote: I think Nick may have done a run of Germ Fuzz Thrones at some point. Hit him up?

I totally would but I saw how much the last Fuzz Throne cost that fuzzlounge guy on instagram and I do NOT have Fuzz Throne money lol


It could be cheaper then Johns. He just wanted to go all out on it with $9 pots, full turret board, ect

Ive built $185 4 knob FTs as well.
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Re: Fuzz recommendations

Postby MechaGodzilla » Wed Mar 15, 2017 10:41 am

Welp, the inquisitive email has gone out!
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Re: Fuzz recommendations

Postby Iommic Pope » Wed Mar 15, 2017 5:37 pm

new05002 wrote:
MechaGodzilla wrote:
Iommic Pope wrote:
MechaGodzilla wrote:I find the black acid is best and most dynamic with the fuzz maxed and the 'drive' (which I think is a pregain?) fairly low/halfway, and then it sounds more fuzzy. I actually really love it, and have messaged a couple people about building something similar but germanium based.

That could be rad.
Let us know if you do :snax:
Sidenote: I think Nick may have done a run of Germ Fuzz Thrones at some point. Hit him up?

I totally would but I saw how much the last Fuzz Throne cost that fuzzlounge guy on instagram and I do NOT have Fuzz Throne money lol


It could be cheaper then Johns. He just wanted to go all out on it with $9 pots, full turret board, ect

Ive built $185 4 knob FTs as well.


Yeah there you go.
Thanks, Nick!
I have a 4 knob and it's rad.
Ive also had a Dunwich one knob.
It was also the goods.
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Re: Fuzz recommendations

Postby sylnau » Wed Mar 15, 2017 8:42 pm

Finaly, I'll get another Penny Padals Fingerprint Noir.
I should never have sold this awesome fuzz.

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Re: Fuzz recommendations

Postby worra » Tue Mar 28, 2017 6:18 pm

Can't believe no-one has mentioned algal bloom / doom bloom yet.
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Re: Fuzz recommendations

Postby MechaGodzilla » Thu Mar 30, 2017 8:16 am

Iommic Pope wrote:
MechaGodzilla wrote:I find the black acid is best and most dynamic with the fuzz maxed and the 'drive' (which I think is a pregain?) fairly low/halfway, and then it sounds more fuzzy. I actually really love it, and have messaged a couple people about building something similar but germanium based.

That could be rad.
Let us know if you do :snax:

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Re: Fuzz recommendations

Postby gibberingflesh » Mon Sep 04, 2017 11:00 pm

I recommend the Built By Ryan Southwest Terror fuzz. It's based off a Mountainking Megalith and is heavy as shit. I love it. I play it every day.
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Re: Fuzz recommendations

Postby frigid midget » Tue Sep 05, 2017 4:58 pm

gibberingflesh wrote:I recommend the Built By Ryan Southwest Terror fuzz. It's based off a Mountainking Megalith and is heavy as shit. I love it. I play it every day.


I'll let this one slide cause yer new. Welcome to the forum, please no pointless necrobumps anymore. Thanks :hello:
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Re: Fuzz recommendations

Postby gibberingflesh » Wed Sep 06, 2017 12:29 am

Nah I had a point. Thanks for letting it slide though, you benevolent guy you.
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Re: Fuzz recommendations

Postby jrfox92 » Wed Sep 06, 2017 12:42 am

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Re: Fuzz recommendations

Postby Chankgeez » Wed Sep 06, 2017 9:56 am

gibberingflesh wrote:Nah I had a point. Thanks for letting it slide though, you benevolent guy you.


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