"My favorite pedal is my Peachfuzz pedal by Frantone. I was in love with this pedal years before I was lucky enough to own one. This was my go-to pedal for fuzz while I was working at Retromedia Studios in Red Bank, N.J.. A couple of years ago I happened to stumble across one on eBay for a great price, and it has been my main solo sound ever since," says Paul, in [this article](http://www.pastemagazine.com/blogs/lists/2012/05/14-guitarists-talk-about-their-pedal-boards.html?a=1), by Paste Magazine.more
You can see the Frantone Electronics Peachfuzz in the picture which I included on the left. This is a photo of one of Brad's pedalboards when he was still with Third Day. You can have a better look at this pedalboard here. The Frantone Electronics Peachfuzz is the yellow pedal on the left. This is a gain pedal. You can have a closer look at this pedal here. On this image you can clearly see all of the pedal's knobs and controls.more
A perfect sister to the Cream Puff. Perfect to play leads and create 90s style fuzz and just rock out as hard as you want. You can really create amazing things with this pedal by coloring it's sound with other effects and allowing your imagination take you into uncharted territory. I can certainly understand the hype about this pedal once I finally put it on my board to pair with my Cream Puff. Wow.