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fuzz box

n
1. (Music, other) music an electronic device that breaks up the sound passing through it, used esp by guitarists
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This includes the Wah-Wah pedal and the Fuzz Box, but he also invented a host of now standard rock and pop electronics.
This includes the Wah-Wah pedal and the Fuzz Box, but he also invested a host of now standard rock and pop electronics.
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