Stratgear Collection

DALLAS-ARBITER Fuzz Face

425 EUR
DALLAS-ARBITER Fuzz Face
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DALLAS-ARBITER Fuzz Face

425 EUR
DALLAS ARBITER Fuzz Face (Crest Audio)
"This version of the Fuzz Face was a reissue produced in the late 1980s by Crest Audio, a manufacturer of professional power amplifiers and mixing consoles. Crest Audio had previously been known as Dallas Music Industries (formerly Dallas Arbiter). This Fuzz Face reissue by Crest Audio was a side project by the company which was undertaken by in-house technician Dave Fox (later of Foxrox). According to Fox, between 1986 and 1990 a total of around 2000 were made. Designed and made by Fox, all of these featured a pair of high gain BC109C silicon transistors. Dave Fox also states that, "the entire first run [of enclosures] was [light] gray. We did a couple batches of [powder] blue, a couple batches of red and gray"; and that "there were some slight variations in the style of the aluminum casting". Fox estimates that only "maybe 200-300" were made with powder blue enclosures. The r 'smile' of the enclosure has the legend 'Dallas-Arbiter England'."

Made in US, 80's

Functionality: 100%
Original box: NO
Original manual: NO
AC adaptor: YES


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