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Good songs for fuzz


(@adam6941)
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hi im due to receive the fuzz factory does anyone know of any good songs to learn to utilize my new toy. Sorry if this has been asked before Im new to this forum.


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(@dogbite)
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Satisfaction by the Rolling Stones would be a good start.

http://www.soundclick.com/bands/pagemusic.cfm?bandID=644552
http://www.soundclick.com/couleerockinvaders


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(@anonymous)
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smashing pumpkins, dinosaur jr, the smiths


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(@diceman)
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I shot the sheriff
Watching the detectives
I fought the law ( and the law won )
Badge
Breaking the law
The night Chicago died ( Daddy was a cop ... on the east side of Chicago ...)

If I claim to be a wise man , it surely means that I don't know .


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(@anonymous)
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some hendrix


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(@kkayser)
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Any thing that sounds low down and dirty. ex. The Black Keys, but personally I think fuzz works better on indivual notes, such as leads and esp. when doing alot of bends. I play alot of blues and I love Jimi Hendrix, so it always fun to fuzz up the blue's leads to give them that "hendrixy" kind of tone. Fuzz does not work well for me on chords esp. if you are chunking around on muted chords. I don't think fuzz goes well at all with metal, to me it is more of a low down, physcodelic, sound. something where you really want to bring out the tone.


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(@anonymous)
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george thorogood's stuff's easy enough. jack white uses a little. a lot of 90s metal and alt rock bands.


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(@spiritboy)
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Nearly anything Muse. Matthew Bellamy has a fuzz factory built into his guitar. Gives you an idea how much he uses it...


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