#2
it doesn't sound like a fuzz pedal, it sounds like a guitar plugged directly into a mixing board and overloading it.
#3
I certainly hope not..sounds like it's a broken fuzz pedal.

You could try biasing the transistors in your fuzz face really hot and it'll break up more in theory.

I don't know of a single fuzz that sounds that bad though. It most likely has more to do with the amp, like a tube amp being pushed for power tube saturation with a medium fuzz going though it.
#4
Just stomp through the speaker of your amp

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#5
Quote by al112987
it doesn't sound like a fuzz pedal, it sounds like a guitar plugged directly into a mixing board and overloading it.


Oh haha really? My bad, interesting.
#6
Quote by ethan_hanus
I certainly hope not..sounds like it's a broken fuzz pedal.

You could try biasing the transistors in your fuzz face really hot and it'll break up more in theory.

I don't know of a single fuzz that sounds that bad though. It most likely has more to do with the amp, like a tube amp being pushed for power tube saturation with a medium fuzz going though it.


Oh I wouldn't want to actually replicate this sound, it wouldn't sound good in anything but this song. But thanks that's interesting