Seymour Duncan Tweak Fuzz.

Got it used for 50€ and so far I'm pretty impressed. Nice range of usable fuzz tones ranging from thin and more vintage to a quite big, modern wall of fuzz.

On the hire strings and frets it has a very musical upper octave tone to it, which I find just awesome and very inspiring.

Construction seems very solid, haven't noticed any tone-sucking from the bypass, only thing that sucked was the power supply the guy has sent me. It was broken, I already thought I got a defected pedal, but with my own power supply it's fine.

Overall it's a nice and very usable/musical sounding fuzz IMO, nothing too crazy like for example some Devi Ever fuzzes, but it can get crazy enough on the higher tweak settings. I'd also recommend it to people who haven't used fuzz pedals before and what something more controllable to experiment with.

However, if you're looking for the "holy-crap-what-the-hell-is-this!"-kind of fuzz tone, this pedal probably isn't for you. It's far from sounding natural or subtle like an OD pedal though.

Did a little demo with some short clips of the different tweak settings:

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Seymour Duncan Tweakfuzz

nice clips too
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