Isle of Tone
Isle of Tone Haze 67 Fuzz
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Joe and Steve, the Isle of Tone team, are lovers of vintage gear.
They’ve spent years collecting and working on some crazy rare pieces of gear.
During this time, they’ve had the opportunity to own and compare a myriad of vintage pedals.
The Haze67 is their homage to Fuzz: a completely handmade tribute to two of the most beloved fuzzes in history.
Isle of Tone spare no effort when creating a Haze 67!
Everything is 100% handmade, matched by ear and assembled using crazy rare, vintage components.
Isle of Tone search the world over for some of the rarest, NOS components they can get their hands on.
Only the best of the bunch are used in their builds. The result can only be described as the Holy Grail of fuzzes!
The Haze67 has made it into the hands of greats like Joey Landreth, Ariel Posen, Josh Smith and Nick Perri.
The Tone Bender was one of the first fuzz boxes to come out of England in 1965.
With numerous versions in existence, the Tone Bender’s saturated tone helped shape the sound of the 1960s and 1970s!
Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck, Mick Ronson, and Pete Townshend were among the players who deployed the Tone Bender to devastating effect.
Arbiter Electronics released in 1966 what would be one of the most beloved guitar effects of all time: the Fuzz Face.
Its simplicity has caused much debate and lore, but two transistors, three capacitors and a couple of resistors still sounds like magic!
The pedal is legendary for its thick, warm tones and is most famously associated with Jimi Hendrix.
The Haze67 serves up the thick, screaming tones that originally drew players to Fuzz!
• Inspired by the best fuzzes in history: the Fuzz Face and the Tone Bender!
• Contains super rare NOS Germanium transistors.
• Mundorf and NOS Siemens cap.
• Hand painted.
• Handmade turret board with hand-stamped eyelets.
• Handmade knobs.
• Handmade see through baseplate.
• Includes a fair trade t-shirt.
• True Bypass.
• Power: 9V Battery.
|Power supply included||No|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year|
You have 45 days to test your new gear.
If you choose to return it, we’ll send a full refund.
It’s that simple: no bogus restocking fees or charges.
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A : We’re in Blainville, Quebec, Canada.
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A : Shipping to Canada and the USA is free on most orders.
Shipping to the rest of the world is free on orders over 399$US.
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A : We ship with UPS.
A : We accept credit cards and Paypal.
A : 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%.
A : No. Canadian customers will not be charged import fees.
A : No. USA residents will not be charged import fees.
A: Shipping prices do not include VAT or other import taxes.
Customers outside of Canada and the USA are responsible for duties and taxes.
Orders that come back to the shop as refused by the customer will be refunded minus shipping.
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A : We understand that import fees are an annoying part of international purchases.
However, we cannot offer to declare a lower value on customs forms.
Customers outside of Canada and the USA are responsible for any fees that may be charged by their government.