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    Default Re: Old Fulltone Full-Drive 2

    Maybe your stalker doesn't stalk on Sundays.

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    Default Re: Old Fulltone Full-Drive 2

    So, apparently these pedals have gone up quite a bit since Josh at JHS put up this video a couple months ago (he talks about around the 4:30mark).
    I’m seeing them going from $800-$1000. I wasn’t intending on selling it, but damn!

    https://youtu.be/skEYdG8MTto


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    Default Re: Old Fulltone Full-Drive 2

    Haha strike while the iron is hot! As all things, I’m sure it will cool in time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PFDarkside View Post
    Haha strike while the iron is hot! As all things, I’m sure it will cool in time.
    Yep, I did.

    Listed it on Reverb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gearjoneser View Post
    In 1996, I lived walking distance from Mike Fuller, and remember all his early pedals. He had a couple guys and him assembling them in his small guest house.

    The silver FD2's were essentially prototypes that he made his name on, to launch Fulltone. They didn't make many, so yours could be considered collectible.

    As soon as Guitar Center wanted to sell his pedals, he came up with his signature enclosures, and the FDII came out in orange with no mini switches or pullup knobs.
    A few months later, he added a pullup volume for flat mids. A year later, the color changed to blue w/pullup, then mini switches. In following years, they made various tweaked versions as Fulltone grew bigger and changed locations.....yellow, cream, candy apple 10th Ann, black FDIII. The Fulldrive II has quite a legacy.

    I've had the early orange, blue, and cream. I've owned many Fulltone pedals over the years. The only one I still have is the Choralflange.
    I lived up the hill from Beethoven St. and went to Beethoven Elementary School when I was young. I always wondered if he lived in that general area when I saw his old address on the pedals. Was he somewhere near Venice Blvd.?.
    Al

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    Sold it for $500. I may regret it if gets to Klon prices, but oh well.

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    Holy crap that was fast!
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