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ZVEX makes effects pedals and amps for guitar and bass and we've been at it since 1995. Our line is a unique blend of no-rules engineering and artistic whim, from our affordable Vexter series to our hand painted and custom designed items.

Fat Fuzz Factory Vexter

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Fat Fuzz Factory Vexter

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Fat Fuzz Factory Vexter

219.00

Vexter Series pedals are lower priced, featuring silk-screened art. The parts inside Vexters are identical to the hand painted pedals.

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A version of the Fuzz Factory. This variation features a three position mini toggle switch. Setting 1 is a standard Fuzz Factory, settings 2 and 3 introduce “low” and “lower” frequencies to manipulate, oscillate, and mutate as you like. The Fat Fuzz Factory sounds fantastic on both guitar and bass!

Pedal Dimensions (LxWxH):  4.70" x 2.38" x 1.82"

Instructions (PDF)

Here is a sound sample of the Zvex Fat Fuzz Factory on a Fender '63 RI Precision bass with passive pick-ups played through an Ampeg SVT amplifier. We changed the settings and played with the knobs in a few places on the video to let you hear some variations on the tones.
Here is a short sampling of textures you can achieve with our new ZVEX Fat Fuzz Factory.This was a two man operation. Zack was twirling knobs and switching between modes while I played guitar.
This is a short sample of our new ZVEX Fat Fuzz Factory in a high gain gated setting with the sub switch set to position 2. In this case the lower sub content yields a deep and "chewy" sort of punctuation to grace notes.
Here is another quick sample of our new ZVEX Fat Fuzz Factory. In this case I was going for a bass synth type of sound. The sub switch for this position was set to position # 3. This the lowest setting and an excellent way to create seismic disturbances if you're feeling mischievous.
Here is a quick little snippet of our Fat Fuzz Factory oscillating in each of it's three modes. We started in position one, which is a standard Fuzz Factory. We switched from there (on the fly) to position two which is much lower register, and then again to position three...