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That's a shame but you probably aren't missing much if you go with a modern clone.  You know how people go nuts for those old Ibanez TS pedals with a specific chip in them from a specific era.  And then there's Stevie Ray Vaughan who used the modern TS9 more than anything.  Can't say he was lacking anything tone wise there. 

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I agree with you wholeheartedly.

One pedal, vintage or brand spanking new, isn't going to make or break me.  I have two fuzzes I love.

The first is an octave up fuzz made by Home Brew Electronics, (I think they're out of business now), the Ultimate Fuzz Octave (UFO).

The other is the Fulltone '69 Slight Return. Fuzzface clone.

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