Rush Pedals

Rush Pepbox Fuzz

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The mythical Rush PepBox is back!

The PepBox was first created in 1965, making it one of the earliest fuzz pedals and an important part of guitar history.

London-based Pepe Rush was asked to recreate the magic of the Maestro Fuzz-Tone, as the cost to import them into the UK was incredibly high.

What Rush created wasn’t quite the same, but it was equally as special!

Shortly after he’d created the Rush PepBox, the pedal made its way into the hands of the The Animals, Hank Marvin, and The Beatles.

Fast-forward to today, and the Rush PepBox is alive and well, thanks to Pepe Rush's daughter, Lucy Rush, whom he taught to build.

Lucy is carrying on the Rush legacy, building the PepBox to the same spec and utilizing the same parts to ensure that the tone is true to the original.

The pedal uses rare NOS germanium transistors (some of which are over 40 years old) to capture the unique original sound.

The Rush PepBox is made using germanium transistors, and it’s got a lovely, classic, chewy fuzz sound.

The pedal has a good amount of spit to it and a bit of that gated sound without being too much.

It also cleans up nicely when using the volume pot on your guitar.

When dialed in, the PepBox can really nail the tone that lies between overdrive and fuzz!

Lucy Rush Pepbox Fuzz features:

• The only official PepBox being made today.

• The PepBox was used by the Beatles, The Shadows and The Animals.

• Controls: Fuzz (Pep) and Volume.

• Classic, chewy fuzz tones.

• Cleans up nicely with the guitar’s volume.

• Hardwired output cable.

• Made using rare NOS germanium transistors.

• Comes with a certificate of authenticity signed by Lucy Rush.

• Dimensions: 20 X 16 X 11 cm.



Type Fuzz
Condition New
Power Battery
Manufacturer Warranty 1 year
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    A : We’re in Quebec, Canada.

  • Q : Can we meet? +

    A : Yes! We’re in Blainville, Quebec.

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    A : We accepts credit card, Paypal and Bitcoin payments.

  • Q : What shipping method do you use? +

    A : We ship with UPS.

  • Q : How much does shipping cost? +

    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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  • Q : Do you charge sales taxes to Canadians? +

    A : Yes. Canadian residents are asked to pay sales taxes:

    Alberta: 5%.

    British Columbia: 5%.

    Manitoba: 5%.

    New Brunswick: 15%.

    Newfoundland and Labrador: 15%.

    Northwest Territories: 5%.

    Nova Scotia: 15%.

    Nunavut: 5%.

    Ontario: 13%.

    Prince Edward Island: 15%.

    Quebec: 14.975%.

    Saskatchewan: 5%.

    Yukon: 5%.

  • Q : Are there import charges on orders shipped to Canada? +

    A : No. Canadian customers will not be charged import fees.

  • Q : Are there import charges on orders shipped to the USA? +

    A : No. USA residents will not be charged import fees.

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    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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  • Q : Can you declare a lower value on customs documents? +

    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.

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