The Fuzz Face Mini pedal line features legendary Fuzz Face tones in smaller, more pedalboard-friendly housings with several modern appointments: true bypass switching, a bright status LED, an AC power... Read More
The Fuzz Face Mini pedal line features legendary Fuzz Face tones in smaller, more pedalboard-friendly housings with several modern appointments: true bypass switching, a bright status LED, an AC power jack and a convenient battery door. The FFM1 Silicon Fuzz Face Mini is spec'd from a 1970 Fuzz Face in Dunlop's own collection prized for its bright and aggressive Fuzz Face sound delivered by its matched BC108 silicon transistors.
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For the price, it is WAY worth the scratch. I get all kinds of tones out of it. If you dial up the volume and down the fuzz, you get a nice volume boost, if you kick the fuzz up, you get tens ranging from light Pink Floyd distortion to full blown Nirvana grunge.
There are some REAL fuzz hounds out there. Some are cork sniffers who simply cannot like a fuzz that isn't 50 years old, hand wired, and costs less than a grand. For those of us with an open mind willing to give a "new" fuzz pedal a chance, this thing absolutely kills it. It's punchy, smooth, and absolutely superb. I'm honestly more than impressed. I was expecting a barely-passable spin on a fuzz face (considering surface mount components, factory made, has an LED and a 9v power supply-in). What I got was the sound and operation of a true fuzz face but with a modern footprint, features, and pricetag. It's relatively bright for a fuzz face, which I prefer. Typically, silicon fuzz faces don't clean up as well when you roll back the volume knob. I use an american strat, and this thing did just fine. Roll the volume knob back to 2 through 5, and it's in really nice fuzzy overdrive territory. With the fuzz knob and guitar's volume cranked, it's really smooth and authentic fuzz. For the price, it is absolutely head and shoulders what you should expect for a fuzz face. It's not "a cute little fuzz that looks and sounds like a fuzz face." It's a real fuzz face. Depending on my guitar, playing, and other pedals (mixing it with a tubescreamer or OCD) I can nail vintage Gilmour and Hendrix to modern players like Philip Sayce or Scott Mckeon. I'm so impressed I'm 75% sure I'll buy the red Germanium model when it's released, instead of dishing out $200+ for a boutique, battery-only model with no LED.
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