I did c. 2009 too. There was a marketing show flat inside even then.
Based on a true story is very funny too, should you not have read it. He reads the audiobook himself, for full effect.
Norm Macdonald :(
This 60 Cycle Hum video has a baritone played through 37 fuzz pedals (in sequence). From memory, a muff sounded best. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-z70yNGWGsQ
As Alex said above, a mid control muff would be great. I would definitely buy the Deluxe if I didn't already own several varients. Has an inbuilt noise gate too. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hdLvka7XP_0
Reminiscent of the woman beheaded/Basement Jaxx: Where's your head at classic
Changed from metal to plastic a long time ago
Reverb tone report: "[food series] pedals suffer from tone-sucking bypass, laughably delicate switches and pots, and cheap plastic casings ... but for cool tones on the cheap, they are worth every penny."
You could rehouse the Behringer innards in the Boss case. Fish & Chips is good but equally fragile.
Behringer clone is £16.90 on Amazon
Just got this Bigsby pedal video in my yt recommendations; I expect it to be furiously expensive.
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