I may have more than the average person when it comes to vintage guitar effects, but the nerd/hoarder in me is always looking out for something different, cool, and possibly a hidden holy grail effect that sounds amazing but is hard to find...
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☼ Gunn Tone Bender
please let me know if you got one///
☼ Carlin Compressor
So if you got one, let me know!
☼ Frogg Micro Fuzz
Frogg Compu-Sound, but what is quite less known is that they made a fuzz too! I wasn't able to find any photos of an actual unit, just this advertisement. So even if you have one and don't want to sell it, I still would love to hear from you--- (but if you do want to get rid of it by all means, hit me up!)
☼ Lemon Studio Sound Zuzz Thainer
What a badass name for a fuzz!
yep, I need this thing.
☼ Rozz Dead Heat
The Rozz Dead Heat was a Japanese Big Muff clone from the late 70s/early 80s and has been on my watch list for quite some time. If you have one and don't want to let it go, I would still love to hear from you about how it sounds. This pedal was also sold under the Anderson Crazy Muff name, which I wouldn't mind owning either!
☼ Elk Big Muff Sustainer
☼ Guyatone Bazz Box
The Guyatone Bazz Box, also called the "Buzz Box", was (I believe) a 1960s Japanese copy of the Vox Tonebender. I could be wrong there, but what the hell? All I know is, it's Red, lives in a Tonebender enclosure and says "BAZZ" on it.
Yeah, I want one.
☼ Moreschi Octave Fuzz
Believed to be an Italian copy (or at least inspired by) the fOXX Tone Machine, this huge blue Monster just looks like it would sound amazing.
☼ fOXX Power Machine
Ever see one of these?
Didn't think so.
These fuzzy overdriven plugin effects from fOXX are not easy to track down, but maybe you have one collecting dust in a box somewhere?
Please let me know!!!
☼ Montarbo Sinfhoton
The Montarbo Sinfhoton is an Italian fuzz that originated in the late 60s and was built all the way through the mid-80s, if I'm not mistaken. It has a very Big Muff feel to it although the circuit is not the same at all. It was also sold under the brand Sisme and called the "Sismetone". I am more interested in the earlier versions, but if you have a newer one I wouldn't mind that either!
☼ G.M. Electronics Fuzz Up
Although I am pretty sure that these are crappy clones of the Maestro FZ-1a from the mid 60s, I would still like to have one or both of them! The Dual Range FD3-A version looks extra badass in that raspberry paint and the knobs for High and Low Fuzz are sweet.
If you happen to come across one, you know what to do!!!
☼ Ace Tone Fuzz Master FM-3
So let me know./
☼ Jen Phase Shifter
This pedal really jumps out at me. It was Italian-made, in I believe the 70s, along with the Jen Flanger and the Jen Fuzz & Sustain, which I happen to own.
My other love is Phasers, so if one of these pops up, please let me in on it!
☼ Ishibashi Triangle Fuzz
☼ Seamoon Fresh Fuzz
☼ Mirano EF-1 Exciting Fuzz
So yes, add that to the list of WANTS!
☼ Goodrich Fuzz Box
The Goodrich Fuzz Box was the first fuzz offered from Goodrich back in the early 70s. It then spawned the Steel Driver series and the String Box, which we discussed here in a past post. I am assuming that it is a Jordan Bosstone clone because the other ones are too, but I am never sure till it's here with me!
So if you got one, please let me know.///
☼ Jordan Vico Vibe
☼ Anta Fuzz
Anita Fuzz/Wah and the Inta Wah.
So, yeah... if you got one then please let me know!
*If you want a more comprehensive list of the whacky stuff I'm looking for, please Go Here!
more to come!