Foxey Lady V1 (1968)

The Guild Foxey Lady

In the late 60’s Fuzz pedals were becoming a hit. Guild wanted to get a share of the pie, but instead of manufacturing Fuzz boxes themselves they went and ordered them from other US manufacturers. The 1st version (V1) of Guid Foxey Lady pedals was produced by Mosrite. It is essentially their Fuzzrite pedal, branded as Guild in a different housing. The Guild Foxey Lady is a silicone transistor fuzz with a mean and beefy sound.

Guid Foxey Lady V1-V4

Throughout the yearsΒ  Foxey Lady pedals were build by Mosrite and EHX. V1 was built by Mosrite after their Fuzzrite pedals, V2-V4 by EHX with V3-4 being actually Big Muffs. The V2 was built by EHX using a slightly modded Fuzzrite circuit. The circuit of course differs between the different versions. V1-2 had 2 knobs for Volume and Fuzz, with V2 losing the on/off switch and modded by EHX. The Big Muff versions already had 3 controls; Volume, Tone Sustain. V3 is essentially an Electro-Harmonix V1 Big Muff and V4 is an Electro-Harmonix V2 Big Muff.

Foxey Lady V1 (1968) technical specifications

Made In USA
Year 1968
FX Fuzz
Type Pedal
Jacks mounted on Top
Bypass Buffered Bypass
Battery? Yes
Voltage 9
Circuit Analog
Tube equipped? No
Weight (in kg) 0.60
Width (in cm) 10.5
Height (in cm) 6.5
Depth (in cm) 16
Based on famous model? Mosrite Fuzzrite

Foxey Lady V1 (1968) reviews & comparison videos

Foxey Lady V1 (1968) reviews & comparison

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