Electro-Harmonix Muff Fuzz (Vintage)
Shin-ei WF-24 Fuzz Wah (Vintage, Made in Japan)
DOD FX66 Flashback Fuzz
Electro-Harmonix Big Muff V3 (Vintage)
Schaller Fuzz Wah BC109 B Transistors
Pearl CF-1 Cry Fuzz Wah (Fully Original)
British Pedal Co. Burns Buzzaround (New in Box with Case Candy)
British Pedal Company Zonk Machine MKI (New in Box)
MXR M173 Classic 108 Fuzz
MXR M-116 Fullbore Metal
The BPC MKI Tone Bender is a detailed replica of the original 1965 Metal Case Tone Bender pedal created by Gary Hurst in London, England. The BPC MKI features the same transistor specification as the original so includes 1x OC75 + 2x 2G381 this configuration has a unique tone which cannot be replicated by the often offered 3xOC75 version. It was this...
Often known as the mythical fuzz due to the very few original examples which exist, the MKI.5 Tone Bender was produced in 1966 and was the first tone bender that featured the iconic Grey Hammerite Aluminium Casing. The MKI.5 featured a different circuit than the earlier production MK I and consisted of a 2x OC75 transistor circuit At the time of...
The BPC MKII Tone Bender OC81D is a detailed replica of the 1966 PROFESSIONAL MK II Tone Bender pedals created by Gary Hurst. The circuit unlike the MK 1.5 had a 3 Transistor circuit which, based on production/supply comprised of either OC75’s or OC81D transistors. This OC81D Loaded MK II can be heard on many Jimmy/Led Zeppelin Tracks such as ‘Whole lotta...
The BPC MKII Tone Bender is a detailed replica of the 1966 PROFESSIONAL MK II Tone Bender pedals created by Gary Hurst. The circuit unlike the MK 1.5 had a 3 Transistor circuit that based on producion and supply comprised of either OC75’s or OC81D transistors, this OC75 Loaded MK II can be heard on the iconic Track ‘Keep on Runnin’ by the Spencer Davis...
The BPC Compact Series MKII Tone Bender is a detailed replica of the 1966 PROFESSIONAL MK II although in a pedal board friendly casing. The OC81D Loaded Professional MK II can be heard on many Jimmy/Led Zeppelin Tracks such as ‘Whole lotta love’.