Best Fuzz Pedal

Discussion in 'Tonefreaks' started by Rikochet, Jan 1, 2009.

  1. Riffraff12571

    Riffraff12571 Senior Member

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    The thing I like most about the Musket is it's extreme versatility. I get a completely different vibe with a few small tweaks. If I turn off the SD1 and adjust from the settings in that video to Fuzz 2 o'clock, Focus 2 o'clock & tone 2 o'clock and add a little more delay in the mix I can nail Page's You Shook Me tone off of Zep's first album with my Strat. The more you turn your amp up the smoother this pedal gets too, especially with a single pole loaded guitar. It's a keeper for me.
     
  2. acstorfer

    acstorfer Senior Member

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    Ha! Even after I recently posted on this thread, I just noticed the date.

    He probably got his pedal by now?????
     
  3. hillbilly

    hillbilly V.I.P. Member

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    I know I'm a little late to this thread, but my take on fuzz is: the cheaper, the better. If I'm using fuzz, I want it to sound like the effect is broken, like my amp is on fire...so even though I've had a few 'booteek' fuzzes, and built a few, my favorite is the Ibanez Tone Lok Fuzz...

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