Fulltone was founded in 1991 and quickly became one of the major players in the world of boutique effects pedals. Their OCD overdrive pedal has become a staple tool for many stage musicians, and is now found on most pedalboards. Their gain pedals are very responsive to the volume knob on the guitar, and integrate smart switches that allow guitarists to dial-in a very wide range of tones, which still always retain a specific character. The pedals are true bypass, and the build quality and tones they deliver are just exceptional.
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2B: the Fulltone 2B is a transparent 20db boost, born from the "Boost" channel from the Fulldrive 3 pedal. When it is off, it works like a buffer thanks to the JFET opamp. In addition to a "Level" setting, there is another "Dynamics" setting that acts as a limiter to cut out loud frequencies that can be exacerbated by this type of pedal.
'69: a super responsive fuzz, which very naturally responds to the volume rollback on the guitar. A "Contour" knob lets you adjust the level of mids, harmonics and sustain, and an "Input Bias" button adjusts compression to obtain superb overdriven/distorted tones when its level is reduced. An internal potentiometer adjusts the symmetry of clipping, harmonics and tracking. True bypass.
'70: this fuzz is designed for only one goal: cleaning out your ears! Inspired by the original FuzzFace (the one Jimi Hendrix and Eric Johnson use(d)), it includes two mismatched silicone transistors to increase the "rock" effect by removing all cleanliness to your sound—no compromise. A "Mid" setting allows you to get through the mix and be heard, whatever you have to say; but no doubt that the tone of this pedal will inspire you.
Mas Malo: one of the most versatile fuzz pedals on the market. Four settings (Distortion, Heat, Volume and Contour) refine the sound to sweep the entire fuzz landscape from Jimmy Page to David Gilmour. In addition, it is able to generate almost infinite sustain and feedback, even at low volume.
OCD: a transparent overdrive/distortion, with impressive dynamics, for people obsessed with saturation (OCD means "Obsessive Compulsive Distortion"), delivering warm and creamy tones to drive your amps, and immediately get a "growl" that corresponds to what you would get if you found the" sweet spot "on your amp. To the classic settings (Tone, Volume, Drive), a switch for the type of pickups of your guitar and another to select the true mode bypass or buffer are added.
Fulldrive 2: this overdrive is a marvel. From light gain, simply adding color to your sound, to big distortions (think Clapton 's "Bad Love" or Pink Floyd's "Sorrow"), it puts a pallet of gigantic possibilities at your feet. Its simple and classic settings (Volume, Overdrive, Tone) allow you to quickly dial in tones that will suit all genres, except perhaps metal (although, with a TS-9 in front of it, maybe you could paint an illusion). On top of that, the pedal includes a boost for solos, of which you can adjust the level. It is so convenient that one of the guitarists at the shop even uses it as a preamp when he goes out in the clubs.
Fulldrive 3: two channels of distortion in one pedal, with a general volume, and another one for adjusting the volume on the second channel. The tones you get with this pedal are authentic and far from harsh sounding. Two switches allow for the selection of the type of distortion, i.e. how the pedal responds to the signal of your guitar and processes it. For example, it is possible to eliminate the "mid-bump", and define the level of articulation of the distorted sound, or to reduce the compression level.
Supa-Trem 2: a particularly versatile tremolo, also super simple to adjust and use. Three settings ("Speed", "Mix" and "Volume") and two switches, for two options: half-speed and "hard/soft" mode, giving a chopped signal, or a more continuous one. In addition, it works noiselessly, and can even be used as a clean boost!
Mini Deja Vibe: the Fulltone version of the Uni-vibe. Two switches allow the selection of the type of vibe (chorus or vibrato), and of the grain of the tone (modern or vintage). Three knobs are there to adjust the intensity, speed and volume. In addition, the speed button is big enough to be adjusted with your feet, which is very convenient in live settings.