#1
i have my eyes on the Vick '73 Rams head, blackout effectors musket fuzz, and EQD hoof.

i like them all, i haven't been able to find any of them locally though. it seems that the musket is the most flexible, with the hoof being the least.

i don't know a whole lot about fuzz pedals, i have just recently got into them. sorry for the ambiguity.

this would likely go into an orange rockerverb, orange dual terror, fender bassman, a 70's musicman, etc. etc. etc. it would be most often paired with a LP or strat. .

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#3
My favorite Fuzz I have used is the Rawkworks Eliora. it can do mild fuzz to really heavy fuzz but it keeps note definition better than most Fuzz pedals I have ever tried.
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#4
Are you looking for more fuzz suggestions, for retailers, or are you trying to narrow it down between those 3?

If it is the last thing, I prefer flexibility...so I'd go for #4- the EQD Hoof Reaper- which has the Reaper fuzz and the Tentacle octave up built in it as well.

If that isn't an option, the BE Musket is a fine device.

If you can't find the Musket, keep the similarly priced & capable BAT Black Forest in mind. Here's PGS's Andy playing each:

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#5
Check out the new Muffuleta. It's expensive, but it has all the historical Muff designs in one pedal with a selector knob.
#6
Look into Stomp Under Foot stuff.
All they do is make Muff clones.
And a few with at least 2 in one package.

I personally like the Triangle Muff myself.
#7
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#9
I think that the Tone Wicker Muff kills all the muff clones I've played. By far.
#10
Tim makes a Maestro like clone. Have a yak to him about what you want. I'm sure that he could help you out.
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#11
damn, this is getting confusing. there are a ton of different clones.

i hate to be so ambiguous, but i don't really know what i am looking for.

i selected those three because at one point or another a lot of stuff was going around about them, they happened to stick in my head and i think they sound pretty good.

i can get the three i listed for around $130 on reverb. i don't really want to pay much more.

thoughts?
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#12
You probably can't go wrong with the Hoof or Musket.
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#13
Absolutely love my Blunderbuss fuzz. Cuts right through the mix but still able to get a muff sound by tweaking the top row of knobs.
#14
I might use this thread as a reference point as well. With so many variants to the fuzz world its great to have solid examples. I just got a Wattson FY6, great fuzz sound, trying to manage the fuzz is another story. As far as shapeable fuzz is concerned I really like the Way Huge Swollen Pickle.

OT: People tend to recommend the Hoof and Musket very frequently, that might be worth the risk.
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#16
i use an Akai DR-3 Fuzz for my Muff style needs. does a great job getting the 1st Montrose album sound. has a vintage fuzz option as well. delivers a fair amount of fuzzy goodness for fairly cheap.
#17
^ isn't it a rebranded biyang? Mine sounds pretty good (though it's very full-on, no real lower gain fuzz tones in it), but biyang reliability has been iffy in my experience.
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#18
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^ isn't it a rebranded biyang? Mine sounds pretty good (though it's very full-on, no real lower gain fuzz tones in it), but biyang reliability has been iffy in my experience.


well there has been some debate on that. supposedly the akai version uses better quality parts but who know for sure. there are some slight differences