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Arbiter Fuzz Face 1966

Price$2,200
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Listed:5 years ago
Views:475
Watchers:8
Offers:1
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Texas Gear Shop
Lewisville, TX, United States
(169)
Sales
100+
Joined Reverb
2014

This is an Arbiter Fuzz Face (original pot dated 11-6) in its original dark gray color. The case in is very good physical shape with no major scrapes or scratches in the paint or lettering. The circuit board and components are all original including the original red dot NKT 275 germanium transistors. This unit has just been serviced and biased by Analogman and is working and sounding excellent! There are a number of changes or non original parts:

One knob is original. The other two matching knobs are not original.
The back plate and screw are not original.
One original pot is included but is no longer useable and was not able to be repaired. An older but non original Fuzz Face pot has been installed which likely dates to the late 60s or early 70s. A new pot was installed by Analogman.
The battery clip is not original.
The installed switch is not original, though it comes with the original, working switch.

All other parts are original to the unit. Please feel free to message me with any questions you may have. Also feel free to make a reasonable offer. I realize the value of this unit will be lower due to the non original parts, but low ball offers are not necessary!

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