This is the classic fuzz box used by Jimi Hendrix, Eric Johnson, and more
Caline CP-11 Fuzz Puffer Pedal
The Fulltone '70 hearkens back to day when Fuzz was Fuzz.
A smooth, vintage fuzz sound. Full metal shell. Very small and exquisite. True bypass
Classic bass fuzz tone, also sounds good on guitar
An original design created by Fred Bonte based on the unique properties of the OP275, a high quality dual opamp with a distinctive linear output waveform.
The Black Cat Super Fuzz is a modern recreation of the original Univox Super Fuzz pedal that was made in Japan by Shin-ei in the seventies
The Black Cat OD-Fuzz is a versatile, two-channel distortion/fuzz box that combines the Black Cat OD-1 with a traditional silicon Fuzz Face in one pedal
The Black Cat Bee Buzz is our version of the original Roland Bee Baa, one of the classic icons of great vintage fuzz pedals
The Mooer Triangle Buff Fuzz is based on EHX Triangle Muff design giving deep lasting sustain and slight compression characteristic
The FFM3 Jimi Hendrix Fuzz Face Mini Distortion has the same circuit as the JHF1 in smaller housing, delivering the thick, smooth Fuzz Face tone that Jimi Hendrix made famous in a pedalboard-friendly size.
A slimmed down, more affordable version of our Bee Buzz… for players who just want a little fuzz without all the fancy features… a Wee Buzz!
Based on the original 1974 version of the famous Japanese design, the Black Cat D&S is a great sounding Muff-style fuzz pedal with a highly versatile wide range of tones.
The Black Cat OD-Boost is a dual channel overdrive/boost pedal that combines the Black Cat OD-1 with a clean boost circuit
The Blue Box Octave Fuzz takes your guitar signal and duplicates it two octaves down for a huge, subterranean tone
With separate Dry and Wet level controls, the Bass Fuzz Deluxe sounds like you’re running two different amps
Based on the Fuzz channel of the OD-Fuzz, but with Japanese components and an extra wide ranging Bias control that allows you to dial in a sweeping array of fuzz tones and timbres.
A modern recreation of the rare and valuable Maestro Bass Brassmaster… Not for the faint of heart! Current users include Chris Squire, Trevor Horn, Chris Maresh (Eric Johnson), and Glenn Hughes