Are you looking for an original Fuzz not related to the classics big muff, fuzz faces, tone bender? Look no further; this is the fuzz you were craving for! This is an original design by Frantone on her Peach fuzz, which sonically reminds of a cross over between Cornish G2 and a Klon.
Developed in the early ’90s, the Peach fuzz is definitely one of its kind. A total unique circuit usually associated with the Big Muff family because of its wide and girthy sonic structure but with a way better response on the high end that reminds to a Klon, reacting in the same way to the dynamics of your playing style being extremely touch-sensitive and responsive, while keeping on clarity and definition at every possible dial.
High end defines the Peach fuzz, not just talking about the high frequencies of its tone, but about the overall design of this circuit. You can hear clearly it was a very well-conceived and designed pedal that will make your walls shake with dark rumbling overtones on the low end and those prominent upper second and third harmonics peeking out for a well-balanced overdriven tone once you roll of the volume of your guitar.
We can guarantee that if you are looking for a different and fresh fuzz, building and playing this pedal will draw a smile on your face for sure!
Don’t forget to use a TL2262* for IC1, as this rail to rail dual opamp is part of the secret sauce that makes this pedal great. You might try other Dual opamps, but we can’t guarantee the same result.
For further analysis on this circuit take a look at this thread on Free Stomp Boxes Forum.