lxiii. Foxx Tone Machine, aka Madbean Wolfshirt
This thing drips with class.
It's a pretty distinct sounding distortion pedal, at most I would call it a 2 trick pony, but it does those 2 tricks very, very well. The Foxx Tone Machine is a much sought after mojo distortion unit, and even though they were reissued and subsequently rediscontinued, they remain difficult to find. Fulltone came out with a similar fuzz with a few different component values and a bright/fat switch (which I've included on this build), but my 45 seconds of Googling it suggests to me that it has also been discontinued.
Though there are many users of this circuit, I think probably the most obvious from hearing its tone would be Queens of the Stone Age. This thing really nails their sound, especially when doing solos in octave mode.
Dannnnng.
This thing drips with class.
It's a pretty distinct sounding distortion pedal, at most I would call it a 2 trick pony, but it does those 2 tricks very, very well. The Foxx Tone Machine is a much sought after mojo distortion unit, and even though they were reissued and subsequently rediscontinued, they remain difficult to find. Fulltone came out with a similar fuzz with a few different component values and a bright/fat switch (which I've included on this build), but my 45 seconds of Googling it suggests to me that it has also been discontinued.
Though there are many users of this circuit, I think probably the most obvious from hearing its tone would be Queens of the Stone Age. This thing really nails their sound, especially when doing solos in octave mode.
Dannnnng.
This thing drips with class.
It's a pretty distinct sounding distortion pedal, at most I would call it a 2 trick pony, but it does those 2 tricks very, very well. The Foxx Tone Machine is a much sought after mojo distortion unit, and even though they were reissued and subsequently rediscontinued, they remain difficult to find. Fulltone came out with a similar fuzz with a few different component values and a bright/fat switch (which I've included on this build), but my 45 seconds of Googling it suggests to me that it has also been discontinued.
Though there are many users of this circuit, I think probably the most obvious from hearing its tone would be Queens of the Stone Age. This thing really nails their sound, especially when doing solos in octave mode.
Dannnnng.
This thing drips with class.
It's a pretty distinct sounding distortion pedal, at most I would call it a 2 trick pony, but it does those 2 tricks very, very well. The Foxx Tone Machine is a much sought after mojo distortion unit, and even though they were reissued and subsequently rediscontinued, they remain difficult to find. Fulltone came out with a similar fuzz with a few different component values and a bright/fat switch (which I've included on this build), but my 45 seconds of Googling it suggests to me that it has also been discontinued.
Though there are many users of this circuit, I think probably the most obvious from hearing its tone would be Queens of the Stone Age. This thing really nails their sound, especially when doing solos in octave mode.
Dannnnng.
This thing drips with class.
It's a pretty distinct sounding distortion pedal, at most I would call it a 2 trick pony, but it does those 2 tricks very, very well. The Foxx Tone Machine is a much sought after mojo distortion unit, and even though they were reissued and subsequently rediscontinued, they remain difficult to find. Fulltone came out with a similar fuzz with a few different component values and a bright/fat switch (which I've included on this build), but my 45 seconds of Googling it suggests to me that it has also been discontinued.
Though there are many users of this circuit, I think probably the most obvious from hearing its tone would be Queens of the Stone Age. This thing really nails their sound, especially when doing solos in octave mode.
Dannnnng.
This thing drips with class.
It's a pretty distinct sounding distortion pedal, at most I would call it a 2 trick pony, but it does those 2 tricks very, very well. The Foxx Tone Machine is a much sought after mojo distortion unit, and even though they were reissued and subsequently rediscontinued, they remain difficult to find. Fulltone came out with a similar fuzz with a few different component values and a bright/fat switch (which I've included on this build), but my 45 seconds of Googling it suggests to me that it has also been discontinued.
Though there are many users of this circuit, I think probably the most obvious from hearing its tone would be Queens of the Stone Age. This thing really nails their sound, especially when doing solos in octave mode.
Dannnnng.
This thing drips with class.
It's a pretty distinct sounding distortion pedal, at most I would call it a 2 trick pony, but it does those 2 tricks very, very well. The Foxx Tone Machine is a much sought after mojo distortion unit, and even though they were reissued and subsequently rediscontinued, they remain difficult to find. Fulltone came out with a similar fuzz with a few different component values and a bright/fat switch (which I've included on this build), but my 45 seconds of Googling it suggests to me that it has also been discontinued.
Though there are many users of this circuit, I think probably the most obvious from hearing its tone would be Queens of the Stone Age. This thing really nails their sound, especially when doing solos in octave mode.
Dannnnng.
This thing drips with class.
It's a pretty distinct sounding distortion pedal, at most I would call it a 2 trick pony, but it does those 2 tricks very, very well. The Foxx Tone Machine is a much sought after mojo distortion unit, and even though they were reissued and subsequently rediscontinued, they remain difficult to find. Fulltone came out with a similar fuzz with a few different component values and a bright/fat switch (which I've included on this build), but my 45 seconds of Googling it suggests to me that it has also been discontinued.
Though there are many users of this circuit, I think probably the most obvious from hearing its tone would be Queens of the Stone Age. This thing really nails their sound, especially when doing solos in octave mode.
Dannnnng.
This thing drips with class.
It's a pretty distinct sounding distortion pedal, at most I would call it a 2 trick pony, but it does those 2 tricks very, very well. The Foxx Tone Machine is a much sought after mojo distortion unit, and even though they were reissued and subsequently rediscontinued, they remain difficult to find. Fulltone came out with a similar fuzz with a few different component values and a bright/fat switch (which I've included on this build), but my 45 seconds of Googling it suggests to me that it has also been discontinued.
Though there are many users of this circuit, I think probably the most obvious from hearing its tone would be Queens of the Stone Age. This thing really nails their sound, especially when doing solos in octave mode.
Dannnnng.
This thing drips with class.
It's a pretty distinct sounding distortion pedal, at most I would call it a 2 trick pony, but it does those 2 tricks very, very well. The Foxx Tone Machine is a much sought after mojo distortion unit, and even though they were reissued and subsequently rediscontinued, they remain difficult to find. Fulltone came out with a similar fuzz with a few different component values and a bright/fat switch (which I've included on this build), but my 45 seconds of Googling it suggests to me that it has also been discontinued.
Though there are many users of this circuit, I think probably the most obvious from hearing its tone would be Queens of the Stone Age. This thing really nails their sound, especially when doing solos in octave mode.
Dannnnng.
This thing drips with class.
It's a pretty distinct sounding distortion pedal, at most I would call it a 2 trick pony, but it does those 2 tricks very, very well. The Foxx Tone Machine is a much sought after mojo distortion unit, and even though they were reissued and subsequently rediscontinued, they remain difficult to find. Fulltone came out with a similar fuzz with a few different component values and a bright/fat switch (which I've included on this build), but my 45 seconds of Googling it suggests to me that it has also been discontinued.
Though there are many users of this circuit, I think probably the most obvious from hearing its tone would be Queens of the Stone Age. This thing really nails their sound, especially when doing solos in octave mode.
Dannnnng.
This thing drips with class.
It's a pretty distinct sounding distortion pedal, at most I would call it a 2 trick pony, but it does those 2 tricks very, very well. The Foxx Tone Machine is a much sought after mojo distortion unit, and even though they were reissued and subsequently rediscontinued, they remain difficult to find. Fulltone came out with a similar fuzz with a few different component values and a bright/fat switch (which I've included on this build), but my 45 seconds of Googling it suggests to me that it has also been discontinued.
Though there are many users of this circuit, I think probably the most obvious from hearing its tone would be Queens of the Stone Age. This thing really nails their sound, especially when doing solos in octave mode.
Dannnnng.
This thing drips with class.
It's a pretty distinct sounding distortion pedal, at most I would call it a 2 trick pony, but it does those 2 tricks very, very well. The Foxx Tone Machine is a much sought after mojo distortion unit, and even though they were reissued and subsequently rediscontinued, they remain difficult to find. Fulltone came out with a similar fuzz with a few different component values and a bright/fat switch (which I've included on this build), but my 45 seconds of Googling it suggests to me that it has also been discontinued.
Though there are many users of this circuit, I think probably the most obvious from hearing its tone would be Queens of the Stone Age. This thing really nails their sound, especially when doing solos in octave mode.
Dannnnng.
This thing drips with class.
It's a pretty distinct sounding distortion pedal, at most I would call it a 2 trick pony, but it does those 2 tricks very, very well. The Foxx Tone Machine is a much sought after mojo distortion unit, and even though they were reissued and subsequently rediscontinued, they remain difficult to find. Fulltone came out with a similar fuzz with a few different component values and a bright/fat switch (which I've included on this build), but my 45 seconds of Googling it suggests to me that it has also been discontinued.
Though there are many users of this circuit, I think probably the most obvious from hearing its tone would be Queens of the Stone Age. This thing really nails their sound, especially when doing solos in octave mode.
Dannnnng.
This thing drips with class.
It's a pretty distinct sounding distortion pedal, at most I would call it a 2 trick pony, but it does those 2 tricks very, very well. The Foxx Tone Machine is a much sought after mojo distortion unit, and even though they were reissued and subsequently rediscontinued, they remain difficult to find. Fulltone came out with a similar fuzz with a few different component values and a bright/fat switch (which I've included on this build), but my 45 seconds of Googling it suggests to me that it has also been discontinued.
Though there are many users of this circuit, I think probably the most obvious from hearing its tone would be Queens of the Stone Age. This thing really nails their sound, especially when doing solos in octave mode.
Dannnnng.
lxiii. Foxx Tone Machine, aka Madbean Wolfshirt
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