#1
any one know a fuzz that can provide the sounds of

-page(no quarter)
-syd(madcap laughs)
-mcluahglin(the inner mounting flame)
-spirit

really, just an all-in-all good psychedelic 60s/70s fuzz.
all posts appreciated
#2
I would start looking for something vintage
but if not, maybe the dunlop dallas arbiter?
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alice in chains, stone temple pilots, led zeppelin, play rock and roll by zeppelin, thatll work well, maybe hendrix
and maybe war by meshuggah

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#3
Well No Quarter is interesting. I have a hunch he plugged directly into the mixer for that tone, similar to what he did with Black Dog except there were compressors involved with that. But anyway I say its either plugged directly in or its the MKII Tonebender directly in to the mixer.
#4
i think a Fuzz Face clone (roger mayer or fulltone '69) would do well.
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#5
as far as fuzz is concerned i would go for a fuzzface clone or the byoc toneblender ( same thing page used ) on a side not about fuzz i had this old f27 that i always hated and recently i turned way down the fuzz and it actually sounds faiirly nice, im throurougly suprised ( only a 30 dollar pedal btw)
#6
I love my AnalogMan Sun Face NKT-275 with external face dial. It can be truley over the edge, but sweetens up nicely with a roll of the volume knob. Granted it is expensive but good tone is seldom cheap.
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