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  • n. Alternative spelling of fuzz box.


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  • “Seconds Away,” the single, is a noisy fuzzbox of sound.

    Buzzine » The Legends

  • And they were big, loud, and incredible, especially considering they were still just a duo with a fuzzbox.

    Sunday at Bumbershoot 2008 | Seattle Metblogs

  • Lush, ethereal, offbeat music, mixed with some electronica, but mostly straightforward fuzzbox-driven rock-n-roll.

    Ritholtz on DRM and p2p

  • [Consider] indie [guitar band] music, the cheapest thing to buy in the 80s was probably a guitar and a little fuzzbox, so they made guitar and fuzzbox music ... there is very little independent music that uses guitars anymore cause it just costs more then computers, end of story.

    Boing Boing: June 8, 2003 - June 14, 2003 Archives

  • It's a nice-sounding fuzzbox, which I found works particularly well on drum loops.

    Nice-looking free plugin from Audio Damage

  • Music Thing: We've got a fuzzbox and it's pink and stripey

    We've got a fuzzbox and it's pink and stripey

  • And if it isn't quite harsh enough, this thing can emulate a tube screamer, or a fuzzbox.

    All Updates @ Ultimate-Guitar.Com

  • The noisier third performance is a live movie soundtrack performed by the band that focuses on the junk noise and electronic squall, but again allowing the melodic guitar work to appear, even if it is obscured by layers of fuzzbox grime.


  • The band crafts perfectly contstructed pop songs, filled with fuzzbox guitars and gentle melodies that nod to bands such as the Pastels.

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  • "It would be Buck Owens singing Aretha Franklin songs, on acid and plugged in, barreling forward on a Tennessee two-beat and sprawling out in fuzzbox and wah-wah."

    National Coalition for History


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