A spot-on replica of the 1960s Tone Bender Fuzz!
The British Pedal Company MKII Tone Bender OC81D is a detailed replica of the 1966 Tone Bender fuzz created by Gary Hurst.
The MKII circuit, unlike the MK1.5 version, used 3 OC81D transistors.
The OC81D loaded Tone Bender MKII can be heard on many Led Zeppelin tracks such as ‘Whole Lotta Love’.
This was the exact pedal used by Jimmy Page during the filming of the 'It Might Get Loud' documentary!
British Pedal Co Tone Bender MKII OC81D Fuzz features:
• Replica of the 1960s Tone Bender MKII Fuzz.
• Controls: Level and Attack.
• Loaded with 3 OC81D transistors.
• OC81D transistors are known for their smooth, sustaining tone.
• As used by Jimmy Page.
• Limited production.
• Each unit comes with a certificate of authenticity.
• Power: 9V battery.
|Power supply included||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year|
45-DAY SATISFACTION GUARANTEE
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A : Yes. Canadian residents are asked to pay sales taxes:
British Columbia: 5%.
New Brunswick: 15%.
Newfoundland and Labrador: 15%.
Northwest Territories: 5%.
Nova Scotia: 15%.
Prince Edward Island: 15%.
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