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Fulltone FPS-1 Negative Center Pin 9V AC Adapter
Fulltone FPS-1 Negative Center Pin 9V AC Adapter
Our Price: $19.95

Fulltone FPS-1 Negative Center Pin 9V AC Adapter

The problem with most wall-wart adapters is that they aren't regulated, some straying up to 13 volts or so, causing hum and horrible tone—enter the Fulltone FPS-1 (200 mA.) regulated adapter. It's dead quiet and exactly 9 volts no matter what your wall AC is putting out. This adapter has the standard 2.1mm x 5.5mm end with a negative center pin and will work with most effects pedal from BOSS, Ibanez, and other pedals from Fulltone that include the FD2, OCD, Bassdrive, UltOct, '70, and CF-1.
Fulltone FPS-2 Center Positive Pin 9V AC Adapter
Fulltone FPS-2 Center Positive Pin 9V AC Adapter
Our Price: $24.95

Fulltone FPS-2 Center Positive Pin 9V AC Adapter

The FPS-2 adapter from Fulltone delivers a consistent 9V regardless of what your wall AC is pumping out. This adapter has a positive center pin and is designed for use only with the '69, SoulBender, and OctaFuzz effect pedals.
Fulltone CT-1 Catalyst Guitar Effects Pedal
Fulltone CT-1 Catalyst Guitar Effects Pedal
Our Price: $79.20

Fulltone CT-1 Catalyst Guitar Effects Pedal

The Fulltone CT-1 Catalyst Guitar Pedal is equipped with a simple circuit that uses only discrete FET's to achieve its throaty roar. But the Catalyst stompbox brings something more to the table because it to does things that many other fuzz pedals can't.

With its mini-toggle switch set to "Spark," the Catalyst effect pedal offers clean boosts, sweeter overdrives and all sorts of distortion sounds. Want more? Flip the switch to "Flame" and you'll be treated to a host of less civil overdrives, unique distortion voicings, and a plethora of vicious Fuzz sounds, all of which clean up with a twist of your guitar's volume knob, with a linear transition from clean to mean.

To further enhance your tonal control, the Catalyst guitar pedal offers a pair of very effective low-loss tone controls that set it apart from the masses. Standard tone stacks often end up cutting so much gain that the effect designer has to make up for this loss later in the circuit, and many times you loose some of the magic in the process. Not so here because the Fulltone CT-1 Catalyst pedal's low-loss Bass/Mids knob dials out the flubby low-end, with the added bonus of supplying varying amounts of rich midrange when the Bass/Mids knob passes the 3 o'clock mark.

This midrange, on top of an already wildly distorted tone, has the effect of increasing sustain to insane proportions as well as breaking you out of the standard super bright/super bassy Fuzz mold. Need to smooth out the highs? Simply turn down the Treble mini-knob—a low-loss hi-end roll-off—allowing you to shave off as much of the treble as necessary.

Finally, many Fuzz pedals can have wacky input and output impedances, making it difficult to match-up successfully with wah-wah pedals and non-true-bypass buffered pedals. The Fulltone CT-1 Catalyst has none of these issues, sporting a friendly 1-meg input impedance and an astonishingly low 10K output impedance. When's the last time you had a fuzz work with a vibe or wah-wah? Things have changed, indeed.
Fulltone Obsessive Compulsive Drive
Fulltone Obsessive Compulsive Drive
Our Price: $111.20

Fulltone Obsessive Compulsive Drive

The Fulltone OCD—Obsessive Compulsive Drive—overdrive pedal packs classic OD tones into a compact pedal with simple, no-fuss operation. From heavy crunch rich with overtones and feedback to spanky cleans, the OCD delivers the sounds of a great tube amp, as sell as the same sensitivity and response to your playing style.

Along with standard Volume, Drive, and Tone controls, the OCD's HP/LP (High Peak/Low Peak) switch takes the pedal from a clean boost to manic, sustain-laden distortion. True bypass switching.

The Fulltone Story
Fulltone was founded in 1991 by Michael Fuller, a session guitarist, composer, performer, electronic tinkerer featured in Guitar Player magazine, and first place winner in their "Ultimate Guitarist Competition" Blues category. Fulltone pedals were born out of a love for music, tone, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, etc. Early on Fuller developed a love for fine vintage pedals, and his frustration at the inconsistencies and the often fragile nature of old gear drove him to start Fulltone. Rich, Fat-sounding TONE TOOLS with a reliable build quality is the goal. Fulltone effects carry a 5 year warranty and are built for (and by) musicians.

Fulltone use True Bypass switching (with L.E.D. status indicators) in all our pedals, whenever possible. Most other pedals have a buffered output that destroys the performance of most pedals that follow in the signal-chain. Fuller says don't be fooled by the claims of "Pure Bypass," "Hard Bypass"...etc. These are just catch phrases to divert your attention away from the fact that those pedals are not true-bypass. I designed and manufacture the Fulltone 3PDT , the world's only Super-Duty Triple-Pole Double-Throw footswitch

Fullertone manufactures their own custom potentiometers because what has been offered as "Industry Standard" has a 20% failure rate within 2 years is not acceptable to them.

All Fulltone pedals are handbuilt & tested at their shop in Southern California using full-sized top-notch components. In the Choralflange, a rather complex pedal as analog designs go, there are NO miniature surface mount chips, capacitors, or resistors. They have their wire custom-made, and it's 22 gauge copper stranded with no tin-coating, so it stays flexible over the years without breaking. You might not know or care about components, but you'll certainly hear the FAT, clean, warm results.
Fulltone Fulldrive2 MOSFET Overdrive/Clean Boost Guitar Effects Pedal
Fulltone Fulldrive2 MOSFET Overdrive/Clean Boost Guitar Effects Pedal
Our Price: $111.20

Fulltone Fulldrive2 MOSFET Overdrive/Clean Boost Guitar Effects Pedal - Blue

Housed in a beautiful, powdercoated blue 16-gauge steel enclosure, the Fulltone Ful-Drive 2 pedal is capable of everything from clean boost to raw, non-compressed overdrive via its two switchable channels. With Volume, Tone, Overdrive, and Boost knobs along with toggle switches for selecting Vintage/CompCut modes and MOSFET/Standard overdrive styles.

MOSFET and Standard modes each deliver their own clipping style, with the MOSFET adding more bottom end and roundness to the sound. The pedal's Tone knob is an effective presence control that can smooth out or add upper harmonics. Vintage mode provides a traditional midrange bump.

The second, footswitchable Boost channel, with its own separate distortion control, is perfect for medium- to higher-gain overdrive with a more singing, violin-like sustain.

Named the Best Stompbox of 2006 by Guitar Player magazine, it'll do great things for your sound.
Fulltone 70-BC Fuzz
Fulltone 70-BC Fuzz
Our Price: $111.20

Fulltone 70-BC Fuzz

The Fulltone '70 hearkens back to day when Fuzz was Fuzz. If you want polite, this isn't for you! Using a pair of intentionally mismatched silicon transistors, this fuzz pedal snarls and spits (the mismatch is all about harmonic content). Setting the Fuzz at "10" opens the doors to tones that will rip the flesh - not for the faint-hearted! Housed in a deep blue 16-gauge steel box, this monster offers more aggressive fuzz than the '69 and includes a mid control for extra clarity. The '70 provides some mean fuzz!

Long-lasting pots
Fulltone's custom-made brass-shaft pots are among the strongest and smoothest feeling pots available. These amazing pots are mounted to the interior PCB board via a proprietary "thru-PCB" method rather than having the pot be secured by the pot terminals, drastically reducing pot-related failure. This method keeps Fulltone pedals up and running for the duration of your playing days. Plus, this eliminates the need for a bunch of jumper wires, keeping your tone as pure as humanly possible.

Who uses Fulltone?
The list of Fulltone fans reads like a who's who of guitar heroes. Both Ron Wood and Keith Richards have Fulltone gear in their touring rigs, as does Nigel Tufnel from the legendary British metal band Spinal Tap, and Boston bad-boys Joe Perry and Tom Hamilton. Punk/rockabilly mainstay Reverend Horton Heat is a Fulltone convert. Other notable Fulltone users include Pearl Jam's Stone Gossard, Jack Bruce of Cream, perennial alt rocker Lou Reed, and Tom Petty along with Heartbreaker Mike Campbell.
Fulltone PlimSoul Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal
Fulltone PlimSoul Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal
Our Price: $127.20

Fulltone PlimSoul Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal

For many, many years you've basically had 2 choices for your overdrive and distortion pedals. You could either get "Soft-clipped" Bluesy, slightly compressed-type overdrive pedals, or you could get "Hard-Clipped" type distortion pedals.

Now, the Fulltone PlimSoul guitar effects pedal offers both distortion and overdrive for a great price.

The Fulltone PlimSoul guitar pedal has those softer, bluesey, compressed capabilities but also has a second stage that you can roll in with the turn of a little dial to add that firmer, crunchier, British output tube-style Distortion. What's more is you not only hear and feel it—you can see the Fulltone pedal reacting to your every mood via a fiery LED that glows brighter and dimmer depending on how distorted it is and how hard you're hitting it.

It's touch sensitive, cleans up with the guitar's volume control, sounds superb with either humbuckers or single coils. And with a 500kOhm input impedance and ideal super low 10K output impedance, the Fulltone PlimSoul plays nice with other effects pedals. It goes from very clean to very dirty, giving your tone a vast range of tonal control to customize to your liking.

The Fulltone overdrive/distortion pedal can blend both soft clip/hard clip distortion types, or isolate one or the other. The sound possibilities are truly endless.

This Fulltone guitar pedal offers extremely good sustain/feedback qualities, just the right amount of mids and bottom, great touch sensitivity, dynamics, and all those in-between shades available created using your guitar's volume control.
Fulltone '69 MkII Fuzz Guitar Effects Pedal
Fulltone '69 MkII Fuzz Guitar Effects Pedal
Our Price: $135.20

Fulltone '69 MkII Fuzz Guitar Effects Pedal

Ready to deliver fat and harmonic fuzz whenever you need it, the Fulltone '69 MkII also cleans up like a vintage Fender® amp when you turn down your guitar's volume control. The Rolling Stones and the Black Crowes have discovered this trick.

If you love the first two Hendrix releases, then you'll love the '69 MkII fuzz with its two germanium transistors, hand-picked and tested for optimum performance. A Contour knob lets you dial in midrange, harmonics, and sustain, while the Input knob takes the "woofiness" out and gives great overdrive/distortion sounds when backed off. An internal "bias" trimmer allows for adjustment of clipping symmetry, harmonics, and tracking.

Specifications subject to change at any given moment due to availability and due to whimsy.

True bypass w/LED is standard equipment to preserve tone when the pedal is off!
Fulltone '70
Fulltone '70
Our Price: $154.99

Fulltone '70

The Fulltone '70 hearkens back to day when Fuzz was Fuzz. If you want polite, this isn't for you! Using a pair of intentionally mismatched silicon transistors that snarl and spit (the mismatch is all about harmonic content). Setting the Fuzz at "10" opens the doors to tones that will rip the flesh - not for the faint-hearted! Housed in a deep blue 16-gauge steel box, this monster offers more aggressive fuzz than the '69 and includes a mid control for extra clarity. The '70 provides some mean fuzz!
Fulltone CLYDE Standard Wah Pedal
Fulltone CLYDE Standard Wah Pedal
Our Price: $175.20

Fulltone CLYDE Standard Wah Pedal

The Fulltone Clyde Standard Wah is modeled after the Clyde McCoy "signature" wah, the same wah rumored to be Jimi's favorite. The inductor is a tuned-core hand-made unit using exactly the same type wire and inductance as the '60s era Vox. The Clyde Standard Wah boasts an add-on to the original Vox design with the inclusion of internal "Resonance Control" large durable trimmer for bass and gain adjustment that is easily adjustable without tools and with room to mark your favorite settings. Fulltone reinvents a classic with the Clyde Standard Wah.