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Zachary Vex Effects
PO Box 16078
Minneapolis, MN 55416




4301 HW7 Dock 3
St. Louis Park
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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

Guitar Pedals

Fat Fuzz Factory Vexter


Fat Fuzz Factory Vexter


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...