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  1. Black Arts Toneworks Black Sheep

    $162.99
    Black Arts has taken the Bee Baa circuit under the microscope and knife and has done a great job giving the circuit a much-needed facelift. Learn More

  2. Black Arts Toneworks Destroyer

    $162.99
    With two switches and just one knob, the Destroyer does one thing very well. It simply destroys. Learn More
  3. Black Arts Toneworks Pharaoh Fuzz

    $167.99
    The Black Arts Toneworks Pharoah Fuzz is a versatile fuzz pedal built in the Muff vein with some extra tone-shaping features. Switch between Germanium, Silicon, or No clipping and use the High control for some extra top end shaping and the Black Arts Toneworks Pharoah Fuzz will provide all the muffy goodness you can ask for. Learn More

  4. Blakemore Effects Deus Ex Machina Fuzz

    $169.00
    The Blakemore Effects Deus Ex Machina Fuzz has fuzz in spades. Giant, thick, gargantuan fuzz. The kind of fuzz your mother warned you about- the kind with a clean blend knob and a mid-boost knob to really help you dial in your ideal tone. Learn More

  5. Blakemore Effects Dreamsicle Fuzz

    $169.00
    The Blakemore Effects Dreamsicle is Blake’s homage to the classic Big Muff sound heard round the world for decades—but with a few tricks up its sleeve. Learn More

  6. Catalinbread Antichthon

    $169.99
    Catalinbread’s approach to the Antichthon questions the way we might make music, perceive sounds and derive inspiration in a world that is, in all facets, the polar opposite of our own.​ For starters, the Antichthon is controlled by the guitar’s volume knob, instead of by the knobs on the pedal. Learn More

  7. Earthquaker Devices Hoof Fuzz

    $165.00

    The Earthquaker Devices Hoof Fuzz is absolutely pure and simple - in a most excellent way. This does everything from dirty and organic overdrive to absolutely monstrous sustaining big muff madness. This is a germanium/silicon hybrid which is based on the classic green Russian muff, and has enormous amounts of volume on tap with a smooth sustain that is similar to an overdriven amplifier. Learn More

  8. Earthquaker Devices Terminal Fuzz

    $165.00
    The Terminal fuzz is a blown out, busted and all around destructive fuzz device modeled after the old JAX fuzz (a re-branded Shin Ei Companion fuzz well loved for its buzzy sound). The Terminal takes this design three steps further by allowing control over the gain, fine tuning of the EQ and a massive adjustable volume boost. Learn More

  9. SolidGold FX Sasori Fuzz

    $165.00
    A faithful recreation of a stellar forgotten fuzz box—the Shin-Ei FY2 Companion Fuzz. However, with all the great tone that box offered, it was not without its detractions. The pedal suffered from a lack of volume, and its awkward shape plagued pedalboard users everywhere. Learn More

  10. Source Audio OFD Guitar Micromodeler

    $169.00
    The Soundblox 2 OFD Guitar microModeler packs a comprehensive collection of new and vintage overdrive, fuzz, and distortion tones into a single stage-ready stompbox perfect for guitarists of all genres. Learn More

  11. Wilson Effects Dirty Beaver Triangle Fuzz

    $160.00
    One look at Kevin Wilson’s extensive catalog of effects will tell you that he knows what he’s doing. That said, when the man makes a Muff, it’s time to listen up. And so it came to be, and it was christened the Dirty Beaver. Learn More

  12. Wren and Cuff Your Face Smooth Silicon '70s Fuzz

    $169.99
    Inside the YF 70, you'll find two precision-matched silicon devices, not selected because of their historical significance, but because they embody the spirit of the first silicon 'Face that rolled off the line: brash, raw, and silky smooth. Learn More

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