[We also have an Ace Tone FM-3 for sale - please see our other listings.]
Rare late sixties (or possibly 1970) Japanese Fuzz monster – an Ace Tone Fuzz Master FM-2 for sale in excellent condition and superb working order.
Note: if purchasing within the UK/EU you will need to pay an additional 20% VAT on this item. The price on our site has this included, or please contact us and we will organise the correct invoice for you.
With a pitch-doubling circuit before the diode clipping fuzz, this generates those superb thick gnarly octave rich fuzz tones.
This pedal is in good working order - no crackly pots or noisy switch issues.
Condition is very good: some minor scuffs, dings and oxidation to the casing but great for its age. See detailed photos.
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We are based in the UK and have many years’ experience sourcing, servicing and shipping delicate vintage gear worldwide. You can rely on us to pack your item with care, and deliver swiftly by international courier with full tracking and insurance.
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Insured UPS delivery to Mainland US/Canada: $30
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