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Fulltone '69 mkII


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  • Vintage-style fuzz that's fat and harmonicCleans up like a vintage Fender ampTwo hand-picked germanium transistorsCountour and Input trim knobsInternal "bias" trimmer adjusts clipping symmetry, harmonics, and trackingVolume and Fuzz controls
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Fulltone '69 mkII + Fulltone Soul-Bender Overdrive Pedal + Fulltone FPS-2 Center Positive Pin 9V AC Adapter
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.2 x 3.2 x 6 inches ; 1.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B005GLL8PY
  • Item model number: 69MKII
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #54,535 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 11, 2011

Product Description

Fulltone's '69 mkII fuzz pedal has a secret weapon for the ultimate fuzz tone - germanium transistors. Germanium is an element that used to be used frequently in audio gear, creating the vintage sounds we know and love. The '69 mkII uses germanium transistors to make your tone sing with vintage vibe, and features true bypass to keep your tone pure when the pedal is off. When you plug into the '69 mkII and start tweaking the fuzz and contour controls, the richness and musicality will have you convinced you're playing the real deal. Whether you're looking for smooth sustain or filthy fuzzy funk, the Fulltone '69 mkII will serve it up.


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Whitey on June 5, 2012
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Even before plugging it in it feels different. It's compact, heavy and feels very well made. Sound is so subjective that I'm reluctant to write about how it 'sounds'. If you're familiar with the sound of a germanium fuzz, and since you're looking at this page I'll assume you are, this is one of the nicest sounding ones. There is an example on the Fulltone site.

Be aware that the DC jack is center positive, so if you're planning on running this from a power supply you should pick up a reverse polarity converter.

I'd recommend this to anyone interested in a vintage sixties fuzz sound. Lots of different sounds can be coaxed out of this little red box, from the Black Keys to early Hendrix.
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By You or mE on September 1, 2014
This is a really solid fuzz. Lots of great nasty 60s sounds. With a strat through a fender amp, this absolutely nails hendrix tone. Add a vox wah and a univibe clone, and it sounds like machine gun.

Always put this fuzz first in your signal chain. It doesn't like buffered outputs of other pedals. Also don't worry about the power supply - power this with the old type (not alkaline) of 9v batteries. Danelectro makes some that are pretty cheap. I have been using it for well over a year and still haven't needed to change the battery. The fuzz is supposed to sound better with these old style 9v's - I never bought the reverse polarity power supply to verify this, but I see no need to.

This is not the most versatile effect. Yes, you can turn down the guitar's volume and get a less dirty sound, and it still sounds great. But in terms of which instruments and amplifiers it is compatible with - in my experience, this is almost strictly a single-coil and clean amp kind of pedal. I don't really like how it sounds with humbuckers, and I really don't like how it sounds through my vox ac15 - fizzly and raspy. The vox already has too much high-end stuff going on on its own. This pedal sounds like it drives the amp too hard and beyond the realm of good-sounding amp distortion. It sounds like it's clipping hard, and not in a good way. It sounds like a skill saw. But plug a strat into this and run that into basically any fender amp, and it's perfect. A blues jr is great but a twin is spectacular.

Next I want to try the soul bender.
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By Juan on March 18, 2014
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I've tried the Dirt Transmitter from Earthquaker Devices, but it didn't have the range in the miss that I wanted. I owned the Big Muff Pi and it was too muddy on one end, but for the price it had a descent tone. The last one was the MXR 108 Fuzz, which is the best I owned from the list I just said. However when my friend told me about this and I saw the demos I decided to try it & it was exactly the tone I was looking for. Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Paige, and even David Gilmour's tones can be heard in this beast. The one I got was red, rather than the sparkly pink in the default pic; but the way it sounds was what matter the most. The only issue is that you might have to buy an adapter from Fulltone; cause it won't work on the stand 9VDC adapter. Highly recommend this fuzz pedal.
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