Ibanez 60's Fuzz FZ5

Ibanez 60's Fuzz FZ5

"Buzz saw" overdrive based on the classic fuzz pedals from the 60's and 70's. Delivers the sound of a seething amp writhing in the gates of hell waiting to be unleashed. Get that "edge of chaos" feel whenever you want with this bargain fuzz box.

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User Reviews of the Ibanez 60's Fuzz FZ5

  • Submitted by ck3 from Portland, ME (386 points) on Apr 19, 2006
  • I acquired one of these through a trade and was much more impressed that I initially expected to be.
  • Good Points: Provides satisfactory results at 9 or 18v. Much "fuzzier" than other fuzzboxes in its price range. Cascades well with other gain sources when in the post position.
  • Bad Points: Tone control has the same frequency sweep as other Soundtank(tm) dirtboxes. No trimpots. Knobs and shafts are both plastic.
  • Price Paid: US$0.00
  • Purchased At: www.thegearpage.net
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  • Submitted by chris from Manassas, VA (80 points) on Feb 26, 2006
  • not sure what 60s fuzz this was modelled after but it has so much gain! the sound is focused more in the lower mid frequency range. tone knob adds some highs. good pedal to start a microphone/guitar--- >pedalchain--->amp feedback mess.
  • Good Points: lots of gain.
  • Bad Points: only one good sound really. isnt that loud. wont do low gain fuzzing. it wont be a boost to a big signal.
  • Price Paid: US$20.00
  • Purchased At: eBay auction
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