Fuzz Face BC108C (1969)

The real deal… 

One of the most iconic pedals of our time is with no doubt the Dallas Arbiter Fuzz Face. It was issued in 1966 and was quickly favoured by many musicians of the era. The first version used germanium transistors, but due to them getting too hot too quick, Dallas Arbiter moved around 1969 to use silicon transistors. The unit we have here is an all original one dated to 1969. It uses the BC108C transistors, same like the one Jimi Hendrix used from around “Band Of Gypsys” till his death (although his unit is told to be modified). Also David Gilmour used a BC108C equipped unit since 1971 more or less. These units do not sound all the same, so treat this demo of the Dallas Arbiter Fuzz Face as one example of many. We will try to demo more for you.

Fuzz Face BC108C (1969) technical specifications

Manufacturer Dallas Arbiter
Made In USA
FX Acoustic Simulator
Additional FX Acoustic Simulator
Type Pedal
Jacks mounted on One side
Bypass Buffered Bypass
Battery? No
Polarity Center Positive
Circuit Digital
Tube equipped? No
Colour Black

Fuzz Face BC108C (1969) reviews & comparison videos

Fuzz Face BC108C (1969) reviews & comparison

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