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Dunlop FFM2 Germanium Fuzz Face Mini Distortion
- Based on mid '60s Fuzz Faces with slightly mismatched germanium transistors
- Legendary Fuzz Face tones in a pedalboard-friendly housing
- Status LED, AC power jack & battery door
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The Fuzz Face Mini pedal line features legendary Fuzz Face tones in smaller, more pedalboard-friendly housings with several modern appointments: true bypass switching, a bright status LED, an AC power jack and a convenient battery door. The FFM2 Germanium Fuzz Face Mini is based on ’66-’68 era pre-silicon Fuzz Faces famous for warm vintage fuzz tones provided by slightly mismatched germanium transistors.
Top Customer Reviews
After returning it and trying the red Germanium FFM2, there was still a slight volume drop, but it is still exceptionally more tolerable than the FFM1. The clean up was similarly much more dynamic, and it worked much better with other overdrive pedals as well. It has a deeper, warmer fuzz sound but it will still go well with humbuckers. I have not tried the mini Hendrix, but I've heard it doesn't suffer the volume drop issue either.
In general, I highly recommend this pedal to anyone attempting to capture their favorite fuzz face tones. Most famous users tend to go for silicon models, but I think the warmer tone is much easier to work with, as the silicon gain tends to be more shrill sounding and difficult to control.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this! Not sure how other distortion pedals work, but I like that there's a definite source...Read more