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Joe Gore FILTH FUZZ

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Joe Gore FILTH FUZZ

"Amazing sustain, sweetly aggro tones, and just enough sonic weirdness to turn peoples' heads. Bravo!"
–Guitar Player magazine

Joe Gore loves those mad scientist fuzzes with too many knobs! He has collected them for decades and used them on a zillion sessions. It got to the point were people were hiring him specifically to make those sort of farting, fried-circuit tones.

But the downside of those complex fuzzes is that they're a little too wide-ranging, with many settings you'll probably never use. It's easy to spend 20 minutes dicking around without nailing the perfect tone. I've always wished for a wild, highly variable fuzz that was a bit more "curated," with easier access to the tones you're likeliest to use.

That's what inspired the Filth Fuzz. It's only got four controls, but it's a cornucopia of cool, quirky, and usable fuzz flavors.

The drive and level controls do what you'd expect. But unlike many fuzz drive controls, this one sounds great throughout its range. Extreme settings are molten-lava thick. Lower settings are like…slightly cooled lava, maybe?

But the real action is in the two sliders. They're tone controls of a sort, but not in the usual way. Most fuzz tone controls are tone-sucking passive circuits situated downstream from the fuzz effect. But here, the sliders alter the voltages at the transistors, radically changing not only the tone, but also the timbre and response. They profoundly alter the fuzz's core character.

"Filth is amazing—I love it. So many, many sounds. I dig the way they feel, and how changeable that feel is."
—David Torn (solo artist, David Bowie, k.d. lang, John Legend, Madonna, Tori Amos, Jeff Beck)

"Filth is pretty f'in great!"
—Joe Barresi, producer (Queens of the Stone Age, Soundgarden, Slipknot, Melvins, Bad Religion)

"I've been looking for six months to find a sound I heard in my head, and I've been trying every pedal I can. Filth is it—within three minutes of missing around, I realized it had everything I've ben looking for. It can do every sound from the Stones' 'Satisfaction' to Tom Waits' 'Cold Water' to synth-sounding stuff. It scratches me right where I itch!"
—Dan Vickrey (Counting Crows)

"Filth is exceptional AND sonically flexible. Joe works in a number of different musical situations and has developed an extraordinarily flexible and musical fuzz. Last year my friend David Torn went on a fuzz bender. i joined in on the pedals that he strongly recommended i check out. But nothing comes close to this in terms of timbral diversity, response, and joy."
—Matte Henderson (John Medeski, Natalie Merchant, Screaming Headless Torsos, Mick Karn, solo artist)

"This is an absurdly versatile fuzz pedal despite its simple layout. You can easily dial in classic fuzz tones and get some newer tweaky-type sounds. The X and Y controls are very interactive, allowing you to obtain endless amounts of filthy fuzz. Tight or loose, stable or sputter, whippet-thin or morbidly obese—it's in there! This is a great fuzz for those looking for some Kevin Shields My Bloody Valentine-type tones and some good old Big Muff type tones. I LOVE IT!!!"
–Fuzz Box Girl (bitchin' guitar effects blogger)

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