Build Your Own Clone Octave Fuzz

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Build Your Own Clone (2007)

This pedal will forever be associated with Jimi Hendrix. And rightly so. But it's more than just a novelty item to be used only when doing your rendition of Purple Haze. This is a very cool fuzz. If you're looking for that nasty, over the top, complete sonic annihilation that only a thick fuzz can provide, then this might be what you're after.

And unlike a lot of fuzzes where you need to run the "fuzz knob" at full turn and use your guitar volume to control the amount of gain, the "intensity" knob on this pedal is actually quite useful. It won't give you any creamy overdrive tones, but can certainly get some nice gritty low gain grind. And if the octave isn't your thing, it can easily be done away with simply by removing one diode.

Build Your Own Clone (2009)

This pedal will forever be associated with Jimi Hendrix. And rightly so. But it's more than just a novelty item to be used only when doing your rendition of Purple Haze. This is a very cool fuzz. If you're looking for that nasty, over the top, complete sonic annihilation that only a thick fuzz can provide, then this might be what you're looking for. The BYOC Octave Fuzz also features an octave lift switch which removes the octave and just leaves you with pure fuzz.

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