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Fulltone Fulldrive2 MOSFET Overdrive Boost
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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
- 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
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|Item Dimensions||4.6 x 6.7 x 3.4 in||4.5 x 6.65 x 3.25 in||3.3 x 5.1 x 2.4 in||3.8 x 8.5 x 4.2 in||3 x 5.3 x 2.4 in||3 x 6 x 4 in|
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.
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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.
I didn't like the drive in either comp cut or vintage, there was either this super "puffy" mid range that was not pleasing, or the lack of mid-range which just sounded cheap & digital.
The clean boost is probably it's best function, as it enables the boost to be used to it's full capacity, but that's not the reason I bought it. I ended up selling it. I'd say overall the biggest thing is at it's core, I just didn't like the pedals basic sound. To puffy & didn't really cover vintage or modern very well, there was a persisting sense of a digital element in the pedal that couldn't be dialed out.
Ended up buying a ts9 & ts808 instead. I use the 808 for "vintage" bluesy, focused overdrive, and stack the ts9 in when I want annihilating distortion, works very well for me.
I just spent twenty minutes with the Full drive 2 in front of three different amps and found it. All three styles of clipping are great and useable,distinct, and full of tone. The Comp cut REALLY boosts the volume, and also turns the boost button into a volume boost. The flat mids setting just let's the original character of your guitar and amp shine through, and the vintage sounds like what I always tried to get from a Tubescreamer. In FM, and vintage modes the boost affects your sustain and adds some grit, whereas in comp cut it affects volume as well giving a nice clean solo boost.
This pedal even in the more "colored" settings still responds to whatever is in front of it. And even at the most extreme settings, still let's your amp sound like your amp, your guitar sound like your guitar, and your hands... Well you get it. Insane at this price point.
The 'Comp-cut' mode is very loud and a little too ice-picky for me, so I dial the Tone all the way down and switch to the Mosfet circuit to offset this. The Boost channel is very pronounced here. If I want dirt on the Clean channel, I turn the Gain up on my Timmy pedal. I prefer either the FM or Vintage modes, but you have to turn the Volume up significantly compared with the 'Comp-cut' mode. I don't know why this is the case. I give this 4 stars due to the somewhat compromised Boost function and uneven output levels, although the tone is pristine. I like the sound of the Gain this unit has and it is very present and smooth. I use humbuckers through it and I don't here any squashed signal like a previous reviewer has mentioned. It might depend on the amp. I'm playing through a Blackface '65 Fender Twin.