Introduced at the 1995 Summer NAMM show, the DOD FX76 Punkifier offered a range of distortion sounds from overdrive to fuzz, or a combination thereof. While the FX76 was marketed at a punk rock audience, it is probably most associated with Blur guitarist Graham Coxon, who used the Punkifier along with a ProCo Rat on the albums Blur (1997) and 13 (1998). Although it could provide a variety of distorted sounds, the FX76 Punkifier did not sell nearly as well as its peers (such as the FX69 and FX86), and it was discontinued by late 1997.
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