The MXR Custom Shop has outdone themselves again with their new fuzz called La Machine which they made to drive the raw sounds of ’70s-style hard rock and modern garage rock. This fuzz is based on a vintage circuit that features an octave switch that adds an octave up tone to your fuzz signal to create a raw, searing sound!
In my opinion, this fuzz sounds great with bass if you are going for a grindy hard edge sound. The octave is a great addition if you are looking to step up your upper register bass lines or playing solos.
MXR/Dunlop have been there since the very beginnings of my career. They have consistently put out amazing stuff over the years and are constantly putting out new creative tools.