The album features 10 songs that use fuzz submitted by artists from five different countries.

Six String Bliss, the longest-running guitar-centric podcast on the internet announces the release of What The Fuzz, a collaborative effort by members of their listening community. The theme of this album is the fuzz effect; it was not a requirement to use fuzz specifically on guitar, but each track submitted contains the prominent use of fuzz.

What The Fuzz features 10 songs performed by an international community of artists, with submissions coming from five countries. Each of these submissions is the work of members of the Six String Bliss listening community. This is the fifth such project produced by Six String Bliss.

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