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Fulltone Fulldrive2 MOSFET Overdrive Boost Pedal


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  • Offers clean boost and overdrive via two channelsDurable, 16-gauge steel enclosureVolume, Tone, Overdrive, Boost controlsSelectable Vintage/CompCut and MOSFET/Standard modesTrue bypass
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Product Description

What's better than overdrive? MORE OVERDRIVE! That's what you get with the Fulltone Fulldrive2 MOSFET overdrive pedal. Two raging channels of drive and more drive make the Fulldrive2 MOSFET what it is. Start with a mellow, bell-like clean, uncompressed gain boost with just the first hint of crunchy breakup — then slam it into high gear and unleash the beast that is Boost Mode. In Boost Mode, the Fulldrive2 MOSFET gives you all the gain and sustain you need to wail out rock leads and metal mayhem. And you get all the controls and mini toggles you need to define your brand of destruction! Plus, this thing is nearly indestructible, built in a though metal housing. Even the pots are mounted extra hard, not held together by the terminals like those weak and pathetic pedals. So you're golden, even if you thrash your effects while you're tearing it up.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.6 x 4.6 x 3.3 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000S5V510
  • Item model number: FD2-Mos
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,014 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 18, 2007

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Nice clean boost and a good overdrive sound when the second stage is activated.
StevenEddy
That's no slam on anyone else - there are lots of great builders who are doing great work in small batches - but every aspect of Fulltone pedals is well thought out.
Stratplayer
At the other end of the spectrum is the CompCut mode which is straight up, tight, bright, sparkling clean boost, with pronounced mids.
Ricky

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

86 of 97 people found the following review helpful By reviewer on January 13, 2010
Great pedal. Great. However...
It was breaking down, so I got in touch with their repair dept. They said simply, Send it in and we'll fix it. Next message from them was an invoice for $60. About one-third the cost of a new unit to repair the two switches and LEDs. I paid, no questions. After making the full payment, I emailed them to comment/complain. Here is Mike Fuller's personal response:

You are a spoiled idiot.
Go away.

Michael Fuller

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mike on October 26, 2012
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I'd spent the last year trying to get a distortion with "that sound." I'd tried several pedals and multieffects, but nothing really hit it. Everything was sounding either too metal(Marshall head dist), or too thin(Digitech Grunge), too messy(Thrashmaster/Muffs/etc), or too digitized(POD300). Then I got the FULL DRIVE 2. This thing is sweet. Crank the Overdrive and the Boost, and make sure you're switched to Comp Cut in the middle, and this distortion sound so..... real, I guess would be the best word. If I could, I'd give it more than five stars.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Bryan Laurienti on May 15, 2012
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I was looking for [yet another] warm, smooth overdrive pedal suitable for the rhythm and lead sounds of classic rock, blues and hard rock. After many hours of online research, particularly in gear forums, I discovered the Fulltone Fulldrive2 MOSFET. Well, actually, I'd heard about the pedal before thanks to all of its ardent online supporters, but for that reason I was reluctant to buy one. After all, when too many people like something, doesn't there have to be something wrong with it?

Anyway, I decided to visit my local Guitar Center and finally give the Fulldrive2 a try. I was immediately pleased with how quickly I was able to dial in some great sounds. The fun didn't last long, though, as the pedal began to have technical (short circuit) issues when switched to certain modes. I forgot to mention that the pedal I demoed was a "floor model," so the issues must have been due to the abuse inflicted by a thousand or more curious people like me over the last several years. So, I wasn't able to use the different modes. The boost feature, though, did work but it was hit or miss. I knew I'd have to test that function with my own gear and playing application. I ordered the pedal through Amazon and got it a few days later.

I play a Gibson ES-335 into a Fender Supersonic tube amp with many different pedals between. I hooked up the Fulldrive2, and once again played with it and tweaked it until I found *that* sound again: warm, thick, smooth tone driving my amp to pure sonic perfection. Then, reluctantly I hit the boost switch. To my surprise, it wasn't as bad as I remembered from my Guitar Center experience. It added more mid-range boost and seemed to muffle the high-end a little, but I warmed up to it as soon as I realized that it serves as a great boost for soloing (no surprise, eh?
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By New England Yankee on September 30, 2008
This pedal is built like the proverbial tank and can produce a very wide range of distortion sounds short of heavy metal. It also has a very effective boost switch for lead tones. Clean (of unintended audio artifacts, that is) and dead quiet, too.

Though nominally a 9-volt pedal, one trick mentioned on Fulltone's site that actually works very well with this pedal is to feed it 18 volts, making it even more responsive. I wired a custom power cable in about 10 minutes which takes two 9-volt batteries.

The pedal is no pot-metal wonder or aluminum lightweight. It's a heavy-gauge steel box with equally heavy-duty components, i.e., it's built for continuous pro use, and every part screams quality. Fulltone's true bypass switches are now in widespread use among other pedal makers as well. Regardless of where you stand on true bypass vs. buffers, if your pedal has true bypass switching - as does this one - you want it to be good, and Fulltone's is the best on the market.

Feed with batteries or Fulltone's own regulated external power supply. Regulation is a real plus for consistency and predictability of sound. Watch out for the polarization of the external power supply if you don't use Fulltone's. You will blow the pedal and void the warranty if you plug in with reversed polarity. See [...] for audio samples as well as information on the power supply (which isn't on Amazon for some reason).
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Josh Koterba on June 7, 2011
Holy buckets of tone batman!

Let me start by saying, I'm always on the quest for great amazing tone. I think it ends here. This pedal is absolutely remarkable. Built like a tank, I'm pretty sure it will out live me. Its full of sonic options.

The overdrive has a level, tone and overdrive. Almost self explanatory except the tone is more of a presence knob and less of an EQ which is a total plus in my book. it also has a mini toggle for comp cut, fm, and vintage modes. The comp cut is more of a clean boost to push your amps front end, the fm is really transparent, and the vintage mode gets you that creamy midrange bite.

Yes, this may be another tube screamer clone, but it's a darn great one.

The added MOSFET circuitry toggle gives it a lovely growl your low-end fattening it up, if thats your cup of tea, while the standard leaves it more transparent. You should know this switch does effect the whole signal, not just that of the boost side.

On to my only negative check on this pedal, the boost ONLY works when the OD is on. It is not a boost to be run in series with the overdrive, just additional circuitry to add more gain to your OD signal.

Another great feature, this pedal can be run at different volts from 9v-18v.Running at standard 9v gets you easier breakup, whereas 18v will get you more headroom.

This pedal won't be leaving my board, probably ever. If you're even thinking about it, just do it!!! You'll never regret it.
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