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60's Garage Rock pedal from this songs

Discussion in 'The Stomp Box' started by ClydeCCR, Feb 28, 2021.

  1. ClydeCCR

    ClydeCCR TDPRI Member

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    Hi y'all Im a big fan of country music,but, i love too the garage rock from the 60's,I like the fuzz from this songs but i dont know which pedal is,can tell me someone which is??


     
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    Sounds like maybe an old Maestro.

    For that sound in an inexpensive modern (read: reliable) pedal that's easy to find, I'd grab a TC Electronic Rusty Fuzz
     
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    Peppermint Fuzz would do it
     
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    Sounds like a Tone Bender.

    But also check out the Fender Blender. It's an octave fuzz type.
     
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    Big Muff with a dying battery they are Fuzz with a bias control.
     
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    The EHX Satisfaction will do this, it's a Jordan Bosstone clone. If you're feeling adventurous, there are solder pads on the PCB that you can use to mod the circuit too.
     
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    eazy for EHX Satisfaction
     
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    Could be a fuzzrite.
     
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    So it could be anything
     
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    given the sound and when/where the last heard recorded it's most likely the maestro ... unlikely the tonebender or the fuzzrite was in the hands of Detroit bands in 66-67
     
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    Chicago Stompworks makes a Maestro Mfz-1 clone, called Black Fudge, new for $70. It should get you in that ballpark.
     
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    I was going to say maestro and suggest the Black Fudge from Chicago stompworks.but the last guy beat me to it. I have bought a few pedals from Mike, the proprietor, and emailed him asking for a spluttery, low gain old school fuzz. He suggested the Black Fudge and it was just what I wanted.
     
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    That Los Bravos video is badass.
     
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