Dunlop JDF2 Classic Fuzz Face Pedal

Classic Vintage Fuzz Pedal with Volume and Fuzz Controls
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The Dallas-Arbiter Original!

The Fuzz Face is legendary for its thick, warm tones. This re-issue is built to the exact specifications of the original Dallas-Arbiter Fuzz Face. Ruggedly constructed to the original Germanium PNP transistor design and vintage specs, this classic fuzz box was used by Jimi Hendrix and other legendary rockers of the 60s and 70s. Two knobs - volume and fuzz - let you dial in the perfect sound. If you're a modern guitarist with a love of the great guitar tones of the past, the Fuzz Face is right up your alley!

Dunlop Fuzz Face Features:
  • Built to the exact specifications of the original Dallas-Arbiter Fuzz Face
  • Ruggedly constructed
  • Original Germanium PNP transistor design
  • Vintage specs
Classic tones from the past with the Dunlop Fuzz Face!

Tech Specs

Pedal Type Fuzz
Inputs 1 x Instrument
Outputs 1 x 1/4"
Batteries 1 x 9V
Height 3.5"
Width 7.75"
Depth 10.75"
Weight 2.5 lbs.
Power Supply Included No - battery powered only
Manufacturer Part Number JDF2

Customer Reviews

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'93 Fuzz Face Reissue

Not only gives exact retro sound of Hendrix, but this must-have fuzz is EXTREMELY DYNAMIC! Great for any style of Music and offers a huge range of grind using your guitars' volume-pot. WORTH EVERY PENNY!
Music background: 35yrs live and studio: Rock, Blues, Country, Alternative and Psychedelia

Incredible pedal

I bought this and man let me tell you it sounds exactly like hendrix. I'm running it through a fender mustang practice amp and it makes it sound like a real expensive amp. If you love that bold of love sound this pedal is for you. its really easy to control and even works great at the lowest volume setting. You will love this pedal trust me.
Music background: 15 year player. self taught by Internet and other means

Classic Fuzz Face

Words can't describe how awesome this fuzz is. It is like a time machine that transports you back to the late 60's.
Music background: Hobbyist of 20ish years

A Little Hard to Dial In But Great Tone

This has great sound once you get it dialed in to everything including your amp, guitar other pedals etc. It took several tries to get it in the right spot in the pedal chain and tweaked for amp and guitar. The sound changes depending on the guitar and how you strike the strings. You can get a lot of different tones out it based on every variable. It is a great pedal and has great tone. Be patient, don't give up. It can be tamed. An OD pedal right before it really helps push it.
Music background: Hobbyist

Love it

Overall I am satisfied with this pedal. I bought it to get a more vintage fuzz tone than my EHX NY BMP. It performs very well with very little to no noise. Good basic fuzz pedal. There were problems though.Read the small print - I didn't. This is a recreation of the original Dallas Arbiter right down to the smallest details. Vintage pedals have some annoying details that modern pedals do not. #1. The input jack is on the left rather than on the right. Most pedals have the input on the right hand side. This is kind of a pain if you are installing it on a pedal board that flows from right to left. I simply unbolted both jacks and swapped them....."in" is now out, and "out" is now in. No soldering required. #2. It operates on batteries only. There's no 9v jack. I had to solder on a 9v jack and drill a hole in the case. Problem solved - but the warranty and return policy are now null and void. I do not use batteries, period. This would have been a deal-breaker for me. I would have returned it had I not made this modification. After this modification I realized that the original fuzz face had a positive-ground, yet this pedal worked with a negative-ground power shouldn't have worked at all. So the circuit must include a voltage inverter, which isn't true to the vintage specs if I'm not mistaken. This doesn't bother me - but this might matter to someone else.I gave it 4 stars mostly because the warranty is now voided because of the simple modifications I had to perform to make it suitable for my use. Otherwise I love the pedal.
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