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Discussion in 'Pedal Pushers Forum' started by Cole Burr, Apr 25, 2015.
So what's everyone's thoughts?
I like fuzz?
I love fuzz! not all the time on... but when you push the switch, they give that cool sound!
The music I play doesn't require a fuzz, and I'm not a big fan of the vintage fuzz sound. However, I have built a Univox Superfuzz clone (which sounds fine) and I've used it for one song live (U2's "Elevation").
Don't have one but the seltzerado vid made me want one. I really liked the quiet subtle fuzz.
I love it, but usually what I play doesn't need it. Got a Boss FZ-3 right now, which is a superb vintage fuzz modeler in my opinion. While I don't always turn it on, it gives me exactly what I want when I do.
So in this case, you could say I CAN get some satisfaction.
I love fuzz on my guitar tone... Not so much on dairy products!
I prefer my fuzz of the germanium variety as well. Ragged, rough and gritty, not buzzy, a zingy. I like it to clean up well with guitar volume knobbage.
But, I don't use it a lot live.... I should. I should more often, anyway.
Yeh, not on cheese for sure.
But germanium is my new favorite fuzz effect.
After watching Tavos videos I want the Seltzerado as well. Probably ordering one in the next couple weeks.
I have a Fuzz Brain and a Fuzz Ray. They are great for certain things.
I love 'em. I don't use them very often, but I still love 'em.
This is my homemade Fuzz pedal. Yep, it looks like a Harley motor.
I love me some vintage fuzz
[ame="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h2dCjHcfDpo"]The Litter/Action Woman - YouTube[/ame]
[ame="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F-kVFfKezVo"]The Electric Prunes I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night - YouTube[/ame]
[ame="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qVKdxOO9l0"]MC5 - Looking at You (original 1968 single) - YouTube[/ame]
That is really cool!
Between the Nocturne Fuzz-Ray and the Seltzerado I've got all my fuzz bases covered.
Love fuzz pedals for a variety of songs & have more than a dozen different ones to suit my needs and tastes. I love that massive wall of sound & the long sustaining notes for certain lead riffs. What's not to like! That video posted above of the Electric Prunes certainly speaks to the age of those of us who know who they are. Man, I had forgotten all about them until you posted that. Some of the names of bands back then were so bizarre - Moby Grape, Blues Magoos, etc.. gee, um, who all was trippin back then.. heh
Yes, I like fuzz for certain things, having grown up in the 60's when fuzz was king. I have two Earthquaker fuzzes on my board now.
I really like my Wampler Velvet Fuzz....
never into it
Hated them for the first 20 years even though I love Hendrix... A Fuzz always sounded like it was controlling the player instead of the other way round and little ocd me didn't appreciate that quality. I have come around and bought a couple over the last few years.