Fulltone Distortion Pro

Fulltone Distortion Pro

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Not a FUZZ! The greatest hi-gain sounds you can imagine dripping with harmonics and feel.


Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price: $219.00

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User Reviews of the Fulltone Distortion Pro

  • Submitted by Dan from Houston, TX (2 points) on Mar 18, 2003
  • I like this pedal, quite a bit actually. The 4 mini knobs below the "volume" and "distortion" knobs are very interactive and require tweaking depending on the source it's coming from. With it I can get almost an infinite amount of fat distorted sustain, or an instant blast of feedback. Those are the only two ways i use it. Also playing chords through it produces cluttered, undefined noise. This may be a good or bad thing depending on your feelings toward cluttered, undefined noise.
  • Good Points: It's very versitile, capable of warm or tinny sounding distoriton, bassy and smooth or high and choppy.
  • Bad Points: Definatly not plug and play, this one will require some patience and experimentation on the users part. It's also too expensive.
  • Price Paid: US$219.00
  • Purchased At: MusicToyz
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  • Submitted by paul from Westbrook, CT (2 points) on Sep 5, 2002
  • I a very big Fulltone advocate and have owned/own a few, but this thing sucks! No aggressive mid scooped tones and it cuts the highs even when theye pegged. For +$200 it should have much more versatility.
  • Good Points: easy and very intuative controls
  • Bad Points: Need to open the back to tweak the very limited ranges and (see above)
  • Price Paid: US$219.00
  • Purchased At: gguitars.com (don't go there)
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