#1
I would like some suggestions for what would be the juiciest, smoothest sounding pedals in the od/dist/fuzz world.
#2
Well, do you an OD a Fuzz or a Dist. ? what kind of sound are you looking for and what's your budget?
#3
Should have said... there is no budget, I'm willing to keep saving until I can get the right one.

As far as sound, best I can say is like a bowed instrument, more cello than violin...
I am just getting tired of zingy, frazzled grit.
#4
Zendrive. Fuzz was originally designed to get the tone of a sax so if you want a cello type tone, I'd avoid a fuzz.
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Rhodes Gemini
Fryette Ultra Lead
Peavey 6505
THD Flexi 50

Gibson R0 Prototype
EBMM JP13 Rosewood
Fender CS Mary Kaye

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#5
Quote by mmolteratx
Zendrive. Fuzz was originally designed to get the tone of a sax so if you want a cello type tone, I'd avoid a fuzz.


huh... learn something new everyday.
#6
BK butler tube driver.

Smoothest tone i have ever heard.
Gearz:
Squier classic vibe 50's strat, modded.
Dunlop 535q
Korg Pitchblack
Carvin X100B

Coming soon to a pedal board near you:
Analogman Sunface
Lovepedal E6
Area 51 wah
Skreddy Lunar Module
Malekko 616 Ekko
#7
Quote by Eater of ashes
Should have said... there is no budget, I'm willing to keep saving until I can get the right one.

As far as sound, best I can say is like a bowed instrument, more cello than violin...
I am just getting tired of zingy, frazzled grit.

Use your neck pickup, roll down the tone, hit a boost pedal, or a fuzz pedal. Most fuzzes can help you get there.

There's some great, affordable fuzz pedals here:
http://www.stompunderfoot.com/