One Fuzz Face to Rule Them All
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Every once in a while, something cool falls into PGS' lap. Not just cool, actually-- more like amazing. Freaking amazing. Literally and not just figuratively amazing. Truest-meaning-of-the-word-amazing amazing. When those moments happen, we're definitely grateful. Sometimes when those moments happen and we feel grateful-- we want to pass that feeling on to a lucky someone. Maybe that lucky someone will be YOU.
This week for Free Pedal Friday we are giving away a One-of-a-Kind Dunlop Fuzz Face. You think you've seen a million Fuzz Faces (maybe you have-- how many of these things have been produced in the last 40+ years, anyway?!) but you've never seen this Fuzz Face, and you'll never see one like it again.
With a circuit tweaked by Jeorge Tripps and a housing treated by James Trussart, this Fuzz Face has an amazing pedigree.
"Trussart-aged nickel housing built around a pair of vintage 2N4058 PNP silicon transistors—tons of spitty gain, but Jeorge Tripps made some tweaks to warm it up a bit and take some of the harshness off."
"It’s got British-made ’60s style knobs, modern carbon composite resistors, a 0.11uF Ajax blue molded film capacitor that’s actually from the ’60s, a Beyschlag Centralab Components electrolytic 1uF capacitor, and a 5uF vintage Sprague electrolytic capacitor. Jeorge hand-selected and tested each component to ensure the best tone possible."
So from us to you-- best of luck winning this one-in-a-million Fuzz Face. To enter, click the image below to go to Pro Guitar Shop's Free Pedal Friday sign up page.