Versatile Fuzzes - what do people like? Thorpy FX Veteran content inside

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Evening all. I've had the ThorpyFX Veteran for a while now, and it strikes me as a pretty versatile fuzz, with the Smooth and Bias controls and the boost in front making it possible to dial in a whole range of stuff from your more typical aggressive tones to smoother tones that I wouldn't necessarily associate with a fuzz pedal..

So what do you like?
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  • slackerslacker Frets: 1546
    I've had a fuzz factory for 20 years. It's the most versatile fuzz ive tried. It's very difficult to use at first but after the first 10 years you get used to it.

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  • ZoolooterZoolooter Frets: 703
    Is that silicon or geranium Veteran? Cheers
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  • benmurray85benmurray85 Frets: 1288
    I too have a Veteran (Si version) and concur that it is bloody brilliant and extremely versatile. At first I never really used the treble boost side, just wasn't my thing but pairing it with the fuzz and using both together is bloody superb. I stack it into a Duellist and its cutting but fuzzy and thick at the same time. 

    I also have a Ge Kingtone Mini Fuzz for shits and giggles, it does something completely different to the Vet, between them I have all my bases covered!
    How very rock and roll
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  • LebarqueLebarque Frets: 2185
    edited May 2020
    Magnetic Effects Black Moon here. Germanium goodness, but with extra control and versatility. 'Vintage modified' I guess. Not that I really use fuzzfaces anymore though tbh. I do fancy trying a tonebender-type though.
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  • I'm currently falling in love with fuzz currently. First fuzz pedal was the Suhr Rufus reloaded octive fuzz. Only chose this one as it was nearby and a fair price. Wow amazing with a strat and the octive is great fun. I think it's based on a fuzzface. 

    Then I got the Thorpyfx Veteran Si. Really a wonderfully veritable pedal with the built-in rangemaster boost which sounds great by itself into an amp on the edge of breakup. 

    Recently I've picked up a Digitech Jimi Hendrix experience pedal which has digital fuzz and it's fun but not quite the same tone as the pedals above. 

    I have another fuzz on the way. Details to follow. 
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  • merlinmerlin Frets: 4157
    Veteran Si is superb. I also have a Field Marshal which is kind of mind-blowing for different reasons. I love Ge and have a MJM London Fuzz (which may be for sale sometime soonish) and a swarm of other fuzzes including a completely bonkers noise making Beetronics Swarm (which may be for sale too if I decide I need more cash....)
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  • BDJohnstonBDJohnston Frets: 17
    edited September 2020
    One of the more versatile I've come across is the Nemesis+ by DPFX (Greece).  I'm doing a review, but below is a demo.  It's long at 10-min, since there's so much to it... but if you skip to the 6-min mark I do some knob tweaking and then use an expression pedal for some freaky stuff.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XUAiXDz8XU0&feature=youtu.be https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XUAiXDz8XU0&feature=youtu.be


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  • Got hold of a Dod Carcosa last week. Very versatile, and 'After' and 'High-cut' control gives a wide range of sounds, from low end doomy to more cutting velcro type sounds. The low gain sounds are also impressive. Great fuzz.  
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  • fatherchewielewiefatherchewielewie Frets: 33
    edited February 12
    Skreddy LMMD and Dr Scientist FD v2.
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