DIY: Seven Fuzz Pedal

Seven Fuzz PedalFuzz, fuzz, fuzz.

There’s nothing that a DIY pedal enthusiast loves more than fuzz. So many variations on such a simple effect. Hell, you could probably make one with an elastic band, a pipe-cleaner and an old orange. However, in the case of the Andrew Carrell designed Seven, maximum tweakability was the name of the game, hence the namesake number of knobs.

With a few tweaks the Seven fuzz can go from all out swarm of angry bees to farty sputtering robot. It might hog a lot of space on the ol’ pedal board for one effect, but in a studio setting this guy will have a myriad of options to cut through any mix. I just hope I don’t forget what those knobs actually do, as labelling ain’t my thing.

Click the play button for but a cursory glance at some of the various settings this bad boy can crank out (starts with clean tone, ends with some added wah from the crazy alphabet pedal I posted last week).

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4 comments on “DIY: Seven Fuzz Pedal
  1. Owen says:

    Nice job! What methods did you use to keep the tin from cracking? These things look so cool I may have to make one for myself.

    • Paul says:

      Thanks! I’m not sure what you mean by cracking, but in general, the tins are pretty sturdy as long as the stomp pedal is placed towards the outside edge. I love the weird things you can find on cookie tins…

  2. erin says:

    Do you sell your pedals if so where and for b what price

    • Paul says:

      Hi! I do sometimes build custom pedals for a folks when I have time. Cost depends on the effect. I also usually don’t build in tins for other people, as I want them to last, as the tins can only take so much abuse. Feel free to drop me a line at paul (at) dogisblue.com for more info.

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