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Danelectro 3699 Fuzz

Classic Tones – Modern Control 

This 3699 is based on a Foxx Tone Machine which had a much more complex circuit than the standard fuzzes of the era and included an octave up on a toggle switch. 

Interestingly Danelectro is now owned by Steve Ridinger, the man who created the original Tone Machine in 1971.

The Octave is now footswitchable and the pedal features a mid push toggle switch for cutting through a mix nicely.

Danelectro 3699 Fuzz technical specifications

Manufacturer Danelectro
Made In China
FX Fuzz
Additional FX Octaver
Type Pedal
Jacks mounted on Top
Bypass True Bypass
Battery? No
Voltage 9
Polarity Center Negative
Circuit Analog
Weight (in kg) 0.27
Based on famous model? FOXX Tone Machine
Width (in cm) 5.8
Height (in cm) 5.8
Depth (in cm) 11.5
GTIN 14 00611820001438

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