This is a Foxxtone Fuzz/Volume/Wah that was taken from its treadle pedal form and put into a small format Iron Man lunchbox. 

The octave up tone is activated / de-activated with the small toggle at Iron Man's bikini zone. 

The other controls are on/off, volume, tone, and intensity. The wah & volume bits have been disabled (set aside inside the lunchbox, see pics) so they could be re-installed if ever desired, they're not gone just - forgotten. Cuz after you hear the fuzz, well, it's the star of the show. It's the fat, late 70's fuzz circuit that everyone is after. Dare I say it sounds 'huge'?

Jimi used this type of octave fuzz, as did Adrian Belew on 'Big Electric Cat' and more. Probably best used in the studio, fairly boutique at this point: velcro it to your rack with parallel switching, or just bring it to the studio to run your vocals through it! Or step on it to engage - lightly. 

I stand behind this pedal as fully working, and guarantee it gets to you that way. It is a creamy 60's fuzz dream with so much soul and tone - this one is really 'hard' to part with.

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Listed10 months ago
ConditionGood (Used)
Good condition items function properly but may exhibit some wear and tear.learn more
  • Tone Machine
  • Blue Velvet
  • 1970s

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