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Old 05-05-2011, 08:31 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Time to resurrect this thread. SOooo who hear likes crazy off the wall fuzz? I do. I have a Devi Ever Disaster Fuzz, which kicks ass.




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Old 05-05-2011, 08:57 PM   #12 (permalink)
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How are the others. I own the one pictured (Biff Muff Pie) and love it. Built like a tank and sounds great. Now definitely thinking of trying there phasers and delay pedals as well.
Delay is the best EVER. Go for that one.

Also, Big Muffs are the ****.
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Time to resurrect this thread. SOooo who hear like crazy off the wall fuzz? I do. I have a Devi Ever Disaster Fuzz, which kicks ass.



God I love that first one I think I want that
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The Devi Ever Karaoke Party is an extremely versatile little fuzz pedal with an overdrive type of feel. The Devi Ever Karaoke Party works well with the volume knob and picking dynamics as well as.
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Loose lIps I must agree then disagree with you. While that second fuzz does produce a basterdly wall of mega fuzz nothing does wall of fuzz better than you first post...Big Muff Pie.

Turn sustain to full, tone all the way down, and crank the volume while running into your dirty channel and you can get the heaviest dirtiest sound with even single coils and a fender amp.

(My thinline tele on the bridge pickup into a Fender amp can sound downright filthy) People wonder how I get that huge sound and I just tell them to go buy a full sized reissue big muff.

In my opinion the only fuzz pedals one will ever need is a big muff and a fuzz face. Once I get a working computer I will record the tone I get from the setup and post it here just to further prove my point.
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Old 05-07-2011, 02:32 PM   #16 (permalink)
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I'm not really talking about crazy, dirty fuzz, but I'm talking about fuzz that has really crazy properties. The disaster fuzz can oscillate, the sound wave break down is unpredictable and gives you squeals and feedbacks at different settings.
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the mac daddy of all fuzz pedals



I think it sounds best on a strat


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Gilmour masters the **** out of the Muff Pi.
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I saw some people talking about Zvex before. I picked up the Mastotron fuzz pedal a while ago since it was cheap and I'm a big fan of Zvex, and at first I loved it. Then I hated it for a little while. But I'm back to living it again. The reason I hated it was because I couldn't get that "Billy Corgan tone" out of it, but really this pedal isn't for that. It's really good if you want great thin, piercing crunch but you can also dial some pretty smooth, bottom-end-y sounds into it too. I like using it with a dirty channel and an octaver to make it SUPER heavy.
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I saw some people talking about Zvex before. I picked up the Mastotron fuzz pedal a while ago since it was cheap and I'm a big fan of Zvex, and at first I loved it. Then I hated it for a little while. But I'm back to living it again. The reason I hated it was because I couldn't get that "Billy Corgan tone" out of it, but really this pedal isn't for that. It's really good if you want great thin, piercing crunch but you can also dial some pretty smooth, bottom-end-y sounds into it too. I like using it with a dirty channel and an octaver to make it SUPER heavy.
That Billy Corgan tone comes from an IC Big Muff. They're pretty damn rare, but there are some great copies out there. It sounds a bit different from a standard big muff because the ic big muff uses a special chip. Here, I'll pull up a video.

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