TLDR: Recs for general purpose fuzz and a really synthy fuzz. Can be in 1 or 2 pedals. Small analog pedals preferred. Here we go, another dirt pedal rec thread. I'm hoping this is a little more specific, though. What: Something(s) to functionally replace my Bass Big Muff Pi and Malekko B:Assmaster. I'm not looking for an exact sound match. The details: Small Footprint: My pedal board is small, which I like. These pedals, together, take up the majority of the board, which normally is supposed to comfortably seat 5. Mini pedals, or pedals with the connections on the short end are a plus. Synthy: I want an aggressive, synthy type of fuzz. Probably an octave fuzz? My band covers a Black Keys song (Gold on the Ceiling), and it needs to shine there. My Assmaster does this very nicely, but that's all I seem to be able to make it do. It's also a pain to use if I swap basses during a show (not that there's any shows any time soon here) since it respond differently to each one. I still haven't been able to make good sense of what I would use all the switch settings for. Feel like I'm not getting my money's worth out of it, possibly due to my own incompetence. If there's a good micro pedal option for this, I might just only replace this pedal. General purpose: I'd be happy with just my Big Muff if it could nail the synthy tones I get from the Assmaster. Trying to get aggressive upper harmonics from the Big Muff seems to cost me some bottom end. Maybe there's a setting that I'm missing? I feel like I tried everything. Cost: I'd prefer not to be in the boutique price range. The benefits of anything that expensive would probably be lost on me. Definitely aiming for under $300 total. Analog: This isn't a rational preference, I know. But I'll still entertain digital options as long as they don't rely on external software (like a mobile/pc app). It's just that I deal with computers enough at work. Easy to use: I don't seem to have a very good ear for tone (lots of adjustments I make to my pedals and amp just sound the same to me. Or I can notice a small change in sound but can't tell whether it's a useful difference). Fewer knobs is probably better? Okay, now I know that whether you read all that or not, you're likely to just list your favorite fuzzes (and hopefully why they're a good idea). I'm fine with that, since idk if all my preferences can even be met. I wrote WAY too much. Thank you for putting up with me.