The Finest Guitar and Bass Effects
Hand-made in South California, USA
Rich, fat-sounding tone tools, with reliable build quality, is the goal at Fulltone and all their effects are built for and by musicians.
Founded in 1991 by session guitarist, composer, performer and electronics engineer Michael Fuller, Fulltone pedals were born out of a love for music and guitar tone. As a lover of the classic tone from such rock legends as Led Zeppelin and Jimi Hendrix, along with the vintage pedals they used, Michael wanted to avoid the frustration at inconsistencies and the often-fragile nature of old gear.
To achieve this level of quality, Fulltone designed and now manufacture their own components such as the Fulltone 3PDT (the world’s only super-duty Triple Pole Double Throw footswitch), custom potentiometers and even their own 22 gauge copper stranded wire with no tin-coating for the best sound, amazing performance and extra-long life.
All Fulltone pedals, from the best selling OCD and the Standard Line to the high-end Custom Shop products, are hand-built and tested by Fulltone at their factory in Southern California using only full-sized and top-notch components.
OCD – the number one selling boutique drive pedal in the world!
If there’s one drive pedal that can rival the legendary status and ubiquitous pedalboard presence of the TubeScreamer, then it’s the Fulltone OCD.
The OCD completely revolutionised the world of Overdrive upon its release in 2005, due to its supreme amp-like tone and feel, all crammed into a compact and affordable pedal. This allows players to get that highly sought-after harmonically rich drive tone and dynamic response of a cranked tube amp through any rig.
Its wide gain range and clever voice switch, enables players to extract tones ranging from low-gain blues crunch to ripping Marshall-esque distortion, all served with extreme note clarity, making this pedal the perfect fit no matter what genre you play.
Now, with the release of the OCD V2, this modern classic has got even better. More dynamic and organic than ever and with more natural note sustain on tap, due to its new and improved Enhanced Bypass circuit, will undoubtably continue this pedal’s well-deserved reign as the best selling boutique drive pedal in the world!
Fulltone Standard Line
Besides the iconic OCD, the Fulltone Standard Line holds a plethora of other awesome drives, distortions and fuzz boxes, as well as a range of wah pedals and one of the best analog tremolos on the market.
The Full-Drive2 MOSFET and Full-Drive3 offers a wide palate of smooth overdrive tones that’ll make any blues or rock player jump with joy, whereas the PlimSoul and its wealth of gain on tap is a godsend for every hard-rocker out there. If you like things fuzzy, then feast your eyes and ears on the magical ToneBender-inspired tones of the Soul-Bender, the stinging octaves of the OctaFuzz, the classic Silicon tones of the 70-BC or the vintage Germanium tones of the 69 MKII. Looking for something more wild? Then the new Mas Malos and its infinite sustain should do just the trick!
But it’s not all about the drive. Fulltone also offers lush amp-like analog Tremolo tones in the compact, yet full-featured Supa-Trem 1, as well as authentic vintage wah tones from their Clyde Standard and Clyde Deluxe.
Fulltone Custom Shop
Fulltone also offers up flawless recreations of some of the most iconic pieces of gear in rock n roll history, through their Custom Shop.
Looking for the those legendary Echoplex Tape Delay tones? Then the Fulltone Solid State Echo or Tube Tape Echo are an absolute must for all echo connoisseur out there. This is no digital recreation. This is the real deal, where the fluttery dance of the moving tape heads in conjunction with that sweet pre-amp design and the warmth of the tubes add up to a sound that’s beyond magical.
Or maybe you want some of music’s most majestic mod tones? Well, look no further than Fulltone’s That 80’s Rack Chorus or their Mini Deja-Vibe for faithful recreations of the tri-chorus and UniVibe tones that has helped write and define the sound of rock!