#1
Hey GG&A I'm in the market to buy a fuzz pedal

The tones i want would be more of a Hendrix, Andrew Stockdale (Wolfmother), David Gilmour sort of thick and heavy fuzz. I generally play classic rock/ rock but am quite a fan of blues, metal and jazz/be-bop. I have heard things about the EHX bigg muff but I see people using it for an OD instead of a fuzz, so is it really that thick and heavy of a fuzz?

Budget: 200 (maybe 250, 300 if you can convince me) AUD
Location: Sydney, Australia
Guitar: Maton MS503
Amp: H&K 100W Combo Switchblade
Used: Sure, providing still in a good condition etc.


Thankyou!
Gear:
Maton MS503
Squier Strat
Randall RG75DG3+
H & K 100W Switchblade
Dunlop Original Crybaby
Digitech Crossroads
Digitech Jamman
Zoom G1

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#2
Couldn't recommend the Crucible fuzz by Euthymia enough. Try the silicon one,sounds more what your looking for.
American Fender Strat
1979 Marshall Superlead
Real Mccoy Wizard Wah
Robert Keeley Boss Tremolo
Euthymia Crucible Fuzz
Fulltone OCD+Deja Vibe
Line 6 DL4
Analogman BC108
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#3
EHX Big Muff Pi NYC will get you the tone you're looking for. I think Andrew Stockdale actually uses/used one in his rig.
#4
BYOC Large Beaver
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#5
Fuzz Factory
My Gig Rig...

Fender Straocaster or Gibson Les Paul Slash Special -->Lovepedal Amp 50 --> Boss DD-3 --> Crybaby(soon to be Wh10 reissue) --> Big Muff PI --> Boss DS-2 --> Marshall JCM 900