William Clark/ Music Enthusiast Magazine

William Clark/ Music Enthusiast Magazine

A testament to the notion that no fuzz pedal is alike, the team over at FuzzPuppy have assembled a unit of their own which serves as a striking addition in regards to aggressive tone and warmth.

The Fuzz is aptly titled based upon it embodies the characteristic attitude which vintage fuzz pedals are known for, brought up to high fidelity.

Closer to a sonic mayhem than a reproduction of a 1960s Rotosound unit, The Fuzz offers a harsh punch to the clean tone of your standard rig.

There’s nothing standing in the way of a face melting distortion at the end of this unit, which is just how The Fuzz was designed. Ringing, otherwise delicate chords through this pedal develop a whole new identity with a sludge exterior that’s bound to turn heads.

High note soloing, as well as manic dive bombs are complimented by the sonic terrain presented by this FuzzPuppy presentation. Although there may not be much diversity offered by the familiar trio of knobs (depicted here as “Bark,” “Growl” and “Bite”), The Fuzz succeeds and exceeds through it’s compact construction and laser-guided accuracy towards assaulting overtones.

What the FuzzPuppy ‘The Fuzz’ pedal offers is ideally suited for guitarists looking for a unit to introduce to their rig and morph their sound entirely. What The Fuzz lacks in diversity, it hammers back with a spotless channel of raw, unhinged power that’s bound to impress.

FuzzPuppy is currently donating $5 from each ‘The Fuzz’ pedal moved to a police dog charity.

 

William Clark/ Music Enthusiast Magazine

William Clark/ Music Enthusiast Magazine

William Clark/ Music Enthusiast Magazine

William Clark/ Music Enthusiast Magazine