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When working in the studio, or on stage, you want to be able to kick it up a notch. Our extensive collection of stompbox staples from overdrives to boutique fuzz pedals, and everything in between. All our equipment is bound to put some mettle on your pedal board.
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How to Choose the Right Guitar Fuzz Pedal
- When auditioning a pedal, you must never forget to play chords as well as single-note riffs and leads.
- Before using a distortion box for playing lead, you must make sure that it provides a good amount of gain boost.
- Experiment with various amp distortion settings to make overdrive and fuzz effects sound better.
- Buy a fuzz pedal that can be powered with an AC battery. You might need to pay extra bucks for an AC adaptor. But, this would save you from the hassle of replacing batteries now and then.
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- Our passion for quality guitar gear makes us the best in business
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Frequently Asked Questions
1. Is a fuzz pedal really worth buying?
If you are just starting out, you might not know that fuzz is a more aggressive approach to compressed distortion. Boutique fuzz pedals achieve the sound by heavily saturating and clipping your signal. Fuzz tends to alter the waveform into a square wave.
2. How does a fuzz pedal sound?
Fuzz is a unique type of distortion where harmonic overtones dominate the overall sound. A fuzz tone tends to emphasize upper frequencies. They can even sometimes cut away the middle frequencies. This makes a fuzz tone harder to hear in a dense band mix.
3. Why does my fuzz pedal sound bad?
There is a plethora of reasons for why a fuzz just doesn’t sound good
- The fuzz is too fuzzy to use. This might be because the circuit has too much gain or the circuit networks don’t pass the frequencies of your guitar correctly.
- A pedal before the fuzz boosts the guitar signal and causes the fuzz to get a crackling sound. You can rectify this by moving the fuzz further up in your chain, a little close to the guitar.
- The pedal is made of cheap parts of little to no attention to designing details.
Different pedals are designed to offer varying levels of control over what the pedal can do.
4. What is the difference between distortion and fuzz?
While distortion adds a consistent crunch to what you’re playing, fuzz alters the waveform into a square wave. It can make your amp sound like it’s broken.