Fuzz Pedals

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  1. Heavy Electronics Grind Fuzz

    $159.99
    Finally a fuzz that maintains note definition! The Heavy Electronics Grind Fuzz is a discrete fuzz/overdrive hybrid that creates massive results with plenty of fuzz and sustain with tighter definition of chords and arpeggios. Learn More

  2. Heavy Electronics Radio Havana Lo-fi

    $159.99
    Heavy Electronics’ Radio Havana Lo Fi breaks tonal conformity and pronounces a tone reminiscent of a small transistor radio—tinny with washed frequencies and very responsive to pickup choice and string manipulation. Learn More
  3. J. Rockett Audio Designs Hooligan

    $174.99
    Fans of the Rockett WTF and Paul Trombetta, take heed: The Hooligan takes this time-tested incredible fuzz pedal and simplifies it, shrinking its size drastically, but not its killer tone. Learn More

  4. J. Rockett Audio Designs WTFuzz NOS

    Regular Price: $229.00

    Special Price: $149.00

    The Rockett WTFuzz offers a dizzying amount of fuzz possibilities and is designed for the discerning guitarist who needs a usable fuzz with an added boost circuit. Splatty fuzz tones and trumpet octave sounds are at your fingertips with the WTFuzz. Learn More

  5. JHS Mini-Foot Fuzz

    $135.00
    The JHS Mini-Foot Fuzz is a silicon fuzz pedal that sounds much bigger than it is. From rip-roaring face melt to classic rhythm fuzz, the JHS Mini-Foot Fuzz might be small but this little pedal packs plenty of punch. Learn More

  6. JHS Pollinator V2

    $199.00
    The JHS Pollinator V2 is a germanium fuzz box that pays homage to the classic Fuzz Face with some upgrades to make the pedal more versatile. Learn More

  7. Keeley Electronics Sfocato Fuzz Wah

    $199.00
    Combined fuzz and cocked wah in one stompbox. You can nail those hollow tones made famous in songs like "Money for Nothing" with just one unit. Or, you can just get a wacked out fuzz tone! Learn More

  8. Keeley Electronics Son of Fuzz Head - discontinued

    Regular Price: $199.00

    Special Price: $169.00

    In an age of one-and-done boutique pedal companies, only a handful of circuits are classics. One of them is the Keeley Fuzz Head. Learn More
  9. Magnetic Effects Double Feature

    $169.00

    Fuzz and wah are together at last—it’s a match made in heaven.

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  10. Magnetic Effects Solar Bender

    $145.00

    Finally, a vintage-inspired fuzz that fixes every last problem with germanium fuzzes.

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  11. Magnetic Effects White Atom

    $145.00

    Many great fuzzes hate buffers. Except this one.

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  12. Malekko Diabolik Fuzz

    $149.00
    Based on Malekko’s B:ASSMASTER circuit, the DIABOLIK features a preset harmonic spectrum setting allowing crisp octave overtones and a very aggressive tone setting. Learn More

  13. Malekko Wolftone Unity MKII Fuzz/Compression

    $149.00
    The hand-built, all-analog Malekko Wolftone Unity is a two-stage fuzz pedal paired with a compressor. The Wolftone Unity offers 3 levels of compression with tone, gain and saturation controls for sweet, syrupy fuzz or sputtering dissonance. Learn More

  14. McCaffrey Audio Green Vodka Muff

    $179.00
    Ever played a Muff-style circuit at home, and it sounded killer, but mysteriously vanished once at practice? Yeah, McCaffrey also noticed. That’s why the Green Vodka comes equipped with two switches that alter the frequencies within the circuit. Learn More

  15. Mr. Black Thunderclaw

    $179.95
    The Thunderclaw features an active two-band EQ for some serious sound sculpting, as well as a Distort knob with a huge dynamic sweep. There's plenty of volume on tap too, so don't you worry about that. This pedal gets so loud that you may wonder if it's possible to get any louder. Learn More

  16. MXR CSP203 La Machine Octave Fuzz

    $139.99
    The MXR Custom Shop La Machine serves up thick, shaggy retro fuzz that’s tailor-made to drive the raw sounds of ’70s-style hard rock and modern garage rock. Learn More

  17. MXR M173 Classic 108 Fuzz Pedal

    $129.99
    The MXR M-173 Classic 108 Fuzz pedal is basically a FuzzFace in a smaller box. The BC-108 Fuzzface was recreated in the compact monster known as the MXR M-173 Classic 108 Fuzz Pedal. Learn More

  18. MXR M225 Sub Machine

    $149.99
    This double-wide box takes the La Machine and adds some real meat to it. Remember that small pushbutton switch from its predecessor? It’s a footswitch now. Use the non-octave fuzz for your base tone, then kick into a burst of octave fuzz for some serious soloing. Learn More

  19. MXR M236 Super Badass Variac Fuzz

    $129.99

    MXR has recovered a vintage fuzz relic and fully tricked it out. Everyone wins.

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  20. Park Fuzz Sound

    $175.00
    The good folks at Earthquaker Devices, in collaboration with the newly-resurrected Park Amplification, have faithfully recreated the Park Fuzz Sound so that a new generation may enjoy it. when A/B'd with the original unit, the sounds were strikingly similar. In fact, the staff at PGS was split right down the middle as to which was which. Learn More

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