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  • Dwarfcraft Devices Eau Claire Thunder
    The Dwarfcraft Devices Eau Claire Thunder is an incredible and sonically diverse fuzz and distortion box that  will deliver an astounding range of sounds.  This is one of Dwarfcraft's most extraordinary pedals, and will really  give you some insight into what this fantastic boutiqu..
  • Dwarfcraft Devices She Fuzz
    Squeel! Grind! Retch! Grooooooooove. What seems like a long time ago, I tried to make a normal fuzz. That didn’t last long. While the She Fuzz does do a couple familiar sounds, a nice beefy powerchordy type of fighitn’ fuzz, and a snotty octave up, I found it much more exciting to get odd sou..
  • Dwarfcraft Devices Silver Rose - Fuzz
    THE SILVER ROSE! Never has drama sounded so good. Classic rock - YES.  90’s garage rock - YES. Turn up the Super Fuzz side with a medium gain setting, dial in the bias for maximum sustain and let the power chords ring out. Turn up the gain and twist the bias to squeeze that signal down ..
  • Dwarfcraft Devices The Great Destroyer
    The Dwarfcraft Great Destroyer Distortion pedal delivers mind-bending oscillation and heavy fuzz from the murky depths. The layout of The Great Destroyer pedal is simple: Volume knob, secondary Gain, primary Gain, and a Starve knob (which prevents power from getting to the circuit). Simple adjust..
  • E.W.S. Fuzzy Drive
    From the popular brand "EWS", known for their Arion Chorus Modification, comes the new and groundbreaking fuzz/distortion effect pedal, "FUZZY DRIVE"! As you crank up the gain control of the FUZZY DRIVE, you will have powerful fuzz/distortion and with the versatile tone control, you will have..
  • Earthquaker Devices Data Corrupter - Modulated Monophonic PLL Harmonizer
    Okay Brainiac, it’s time to put down that graphing calculator and get to work decoding your brand new Data Corrupter! The Data Corrupter is a monophonic analog PLL harmonizer with modulation. It takes your input signal and brutally amplifies it into a crushing square wave fuzz tone that is th..
  • Earthquaker Devices Erupter - Fuzz
    Can we ask you a serious question? When’s the last time you turned up your favorite fuzz pedal to anything but eleven? If there’s one true thing about rock n’ roll, it’s that it sounds best cranked all the way up. But where do we go from here? We go one louder. Enter the Erupter. The Erupter ..
  • Earthquaker Devices Hoof Reaper Octave Fuzz
    The Hoof Reaper features our popular Hoof and Tone Reaper fuzz pedals in one handy enclosure with the added bonus of an old school analog octave up. It was originally released as a special limited run item back in 2010 and demand was so high that we decided to reintroduce it back into our line. C..
  • Earthquaker Devices Park Fuzz Sound
    The Park Fuzz is known as the Colby Fuzz in Europe and Canda.  The Park Amplification company, originally started by Jim Marshall himself, has almost as much history as the actual Marshall name. As the story goes, Jim Marshall entered a distribution deal for his amp line in 19..
  • Earthquaker Devices Pitch Bay – Dirty Polyphonic Harmonizer
    The Pitch Bay is a three part polyphonic harmonizer and distortion generator in one compact enclosure. It features two voices of adjustable polyphonic pitch shifting, one above the root and one below. Each voice can be adjusted by stepped semitones, from 1 semitone to 12 semitones (one full octav..
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  • Earthquaker Devices Terminal - Fuzz
    The Terminal fuzz is a blown out, busted and all around destructive fuzz device modeled after my old JAX fuzz. For those not in the know, the JAX fuzz is a re-branded Shin Ei Companion fuzz that is well loved for its buzzy sound. The Terminal takes this design three steps further by allowing cont..
  • Electro-Harmonix Big Muff Pi - Fuzz
    The NYC original. Hendrix and Santana were among the first to get a piece of the Pi, and for over 40 years the Big Muff Pi has been defining the sound of rock guitar. Revered by contemporary guitarists and rock legends for its rich, creamy, violin-like sustain, from Pink Floyd to The White Stripe..