Poll: wich one is better?
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View poll results: wich one is better?
fuzz face
3 38%
big muff |
5 63%
Voters: 8.
#1
i don't own either pedals, and i was curious about wich one is better?
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#4
do you want classic 70s Hendrix sound, or a more modern sound?


i'm not really looking for buying one, i'm just curious
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#5
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i don't got any of this pedals, and i was thinking to bought one, so, for u, wich one is better


well first of all, id learn some ****ing grammar first. I dont HAVE any of THESE pedals, and I was thinking OF BUYING one, so for YOU, wHich one is better.

And dont say your thinking of buying one....if your not.
#6
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i don't got any of this pedals, and i was thinking to bought one, so, for u, wich one is better


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i'm not really looking for buying one, i'm just curious


ummm....

Well the Fuzz Face is for more classic Jimi and stuff. The Big Muff can do that, but its a bit more modern and can get a bit heavier. Not as in heavey, but heavier.
#7
sorry, i got confused, but, it's now fixed
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#8
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i don't got any of this pedals, and i was curious about wich one is better?




it's more like: i don't own either pedal, and i was curious about which one is better?
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#9
I'm not trying to start a flame war but after all, English might not be his first language, so you shouldn't be that hard on him.

I have a Russian Big Muff, but I never tried the Fuzz Face, sorry
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#10
a Seymour Duncan SFX-02 Tweak Fuzz Pedal is more versatile.
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#11
Grunge



I'm not trying to start a flame war but after all, English might not be his first language, so you shouldn't be that hard on him.


that's it, thank you grunge
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#12
The fuzz face can clean up nicely if you roll off your volume knob, other than that it can do a mean ripped speaker sound when full up. I have yet to try it with singlecoils but with my friends les-paul type guitar (mahogany+humbuckers) I was getting some Cream era Clapton type tones

The big muff can do a "wall of sustaining fuzz" type sound, if you keep the sustain knob down you get back to hendrix levels of fuzzyness but you lose that sustain the thing has. I'm still messing around with mine...


as for most versatile thing (though maybe a bit hard to tame) http://zvex.com/fuzz.html
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#13
Shockingly different pedals, try them and hear the differences yourself.

I've owned both, a Big Muff (USA and Russian) and a Dunlop Fuzzface, the Fuzzface sounded way too bassy, and was quite crap generally, and the Muffs are really nice pedals, very smooth and a load of gain.

But I'm sure a better Fuzz Face clone would be a lot nicer than the Dunlop.
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