Rare late sixties (or possibly 1970) Japanese Fuzz monster – an Ace Tone Fuzz Master FM-2 for sale in excellent condition and superb working order.
Price includes VAT at 20% (for sales in UK/EU) – buyers outside the EU please contact us for tax-free prices. VAT-free sales possible to businesses and individuals in the EU (outside the UK) with a valid VAT Number.
With a pitch-doubling circuit before the diode clipping fuzz, this generates those superb thick gnarly octave rich fuzz tones.
Very reminisicient of the Univox Super-Fuzz, Shaftesbury Duo Fuzz, etc.
The sound is what counts: it’s basically two very different shades of monstrous filth – ripping chainsaw fuzz or brutal octave-ish wildness.
This pedal is in good working order – no crackly pots or noisy switch issues.
(Please note: it is always possible with vintage equipment that some crackly pots/sliders may develop over time when equipment has not been used – even during shipping – this can usually be easily rectified either by use or with a bit of switch-cleaning spray).
Condition is very good: some minor scuffs, dings and oxidation to the casing but great for its age. Click on the photos to zoom in.
Fitted with a battery and ready to play.
For sales in UK/EU the price will include VAT. VAT-free sales are possible to businesses and individuals in the EU (outside the UK) with a valid VAT Number – please get in touch if you wish to buy this way.
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PUBLISHED: 21st Nov 2023
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