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Well, Hedrix used the Fuzz Face and the Octavio. And Gilmour has used several Big Muff Pi versions. They have worked very well for both.
They also have the BC '70, which has more gain and sounds great too. It has Silicon transistors so it's a different beast.
They were good enough for Hendrix. Enough said. Mine is a hybrid with a Germanium transistor and a Silicon transistor. Sounds good to me.
I know. Too many nice pedals out there :D
I think is on my future GAS list.
They sound killer in video demos. All the Mk's (although I'm partial to the Mk1, just as I'm partial to the BMP, V1. The other pedal shown in the...
Hybrid Germanium/Silicon. The '69 is very tempting indeed.
Diffucult for me to decide which one should I get. This one has a tone knob, but the mk1 sounds terrific too.
It may apply to beans too :p. Seriuosly, something tells me this may not be my last Fuzz Face style pedal.
8 Fuzz Faces!:eek: I get it. Lovely pedal.
Well, thanks to GAS I discovered the Fuzz Face, a set it and forget it pedal that will "teach" me how to use the volume knob.
Too late, I'm afraid :p
No. Not at all. And the Fuzz Face is a very, very interesting pedal. Never had any experiece with it. You can get so many different tones from it...
They arrived today: a Foxey Lady style Muff and a Fuzz Face style pedal. Now I think I need a Tone Bender (not really but:D)[ATTACH]