Dunlop FFM6 Hendrix Band of Gypsys Fuzz Face Mini

Dunlop FFM6 Hendrix Band of Gypsys Fuzz Face Mini The Jim Dunlop Band of Gypsys Fuzz Face Mini pedal is based on Jimi Hendrix's classic fuzz tone that he used at his most noted live performances - Woodstock, Berkeley and Fillmore East between '69 and '70. Using a rare circuit called the Octavio, this tone has finally been recreated.

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Dunlop FFM6 Hendrix Band of Gypsys Fuzz Face Mini

Jimi Hendrix is known for his BC108 silicon transistor driven Fuzz Face sound as heard on many of his most iconic songs. In a few of his most noted live appearances over the course of ’69–’70—Live at Woodstock, Live at Berkeley, and Live at the Filmore East—Jimi used a mysterious red Fuzz Face pedal with white knobs that had an entirely different sound from his normally used BC108 models. This fuzz sound was far more aggressive and biting, an altogether different animal.

The pedal itself has been lost to history, but its unmistakably unique tone lives on in the recordings of those three shows. Hendrix aficionados have tried to ape that sound for years.

Our engineers tirelessly pored over all of the different customized circuit designs Jimi used over the years too nail down this elusive fuzz tone, narrowing it down to a version of the Octavio circuit without the octave up tone. After a few tweaks, they nailed it....

Dunlop FFM6 Hendrix Band of Gypsys Fuzz Face Mini Specifications:

  • Based On A Rare Vintage Fuzz Circuit
  • Classic Hendrix Fuzz Tone
  • Pedal Board Friendly Housing
  • AC Power Jack and On/Off Status LED
  • True Bypass

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