#1
I wanted to know weather I should get either the Dunlop fuzz face or the swollen pickle (Because the controls remind me of a Boss DS-1) to kinda get the same tone that Kurt Cobain got while recording Bleach and some of the early demos from the 80's (to my understanding , in some of the demos and early preformances he used a Univox Super Fuzz)

[btw I'm gonna be running my guitar through a bass amp and cab (Just because of how powerful the on at hand is) so there may be a lot of low end(Possibly)]
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#3
Quote by jruiz112202
I wanted to know weather I should get either the Dunlop fuzz face or the swollen pickle (Because the controls remind me of a Boss DS-1) to kinda get the same tone that Kurt Cobain got while recording Bleach and some of the early demos from the 80's (to my understanding , in some of the demos and early preformances he used a Univox Super Fuzz)

[btw I'm gonna be running my guitar through a bass amp and cab (Just because of how powerful the on at hand is) so there may be a lot of low end(Possibly)]
You need to get/use a proper guitar amp.
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#4
TBH I would use mostly a Randall RG80 for most things [or something of similar power and tone]
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#5
Quote by jruiz112202
Or the Boss FZ-5.


crap fuzz. it is a simulator and not a real fuzz pedal.

using a bass amp won't help you with this. power isn't going to make any difference really. you may be better off checking for a modern fuzz that is based on the univox fuzz. may not be cheap but it would be what you want.
#7
monwobobbo
but srysly tho witch one of the pedals i chose (excluding the FZ-5) would be a good choice for that "bleachy" tone
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#8
Of those, I'd go:



I'd also consider these:


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#10
The MM+TB is more of a distortion pedal than a fuzz.
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#11
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dannyalcatraz
I was also think about the metal muff also (+ Top Boost)


they are terribad.

also a bass amp isn't going to do you any favors.

what is you're budget?
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#12
Part of a grunge-type fuzz tone is the treble, so running through a bass amp would most likely lose a lot of that.
#13
Quote by dannyalcatraz
The MM+TB is more of a distortion pedal than a fuzz.

I know , but since Kurt Cobain used more of a distortion pedal on the record Bleach , I was think that it might work out
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#14
You're better off with a decent distortion pedal.
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