Carefully built to hold up through countless hours of play, Fulltone has been designing and manufacturing some of the world's finest guitar and bass effects since 1993. Every day, more and more top recording artists are discovering what Fulltone can do for their performance. In fact, famous performers such as Keith Urban, Tom Petty, Kirk Hammet and many others are all loyal users and endorsers of Fulltone effects, so you can be sure that these pedals had to meet vigorous industry standards before leaving Fulltone's headquarters.
From boosters and chorus to tremolo and overdrive, Fulltone provides a massive catalog of superbly crafted pedals, and one of their biggest sellers is the Fulltone CT-1 Catalyst guitar effects pedal. Consisting of clean boost, overdrive, and distortion, this pedal features a simple circuit that uses only discrete FET's to create its outstanding roar. And if that's not enough for you, just click the switch to "Flame", and watch your playing go from intense to downright vicious.
Another great option is the Fulltone Clyde Standard Wah pedal. In the 60's, Clyde McCoy was a renowned trumpet player who became famous for producing a muted wah wah sound from his instrument. This led to the now classic Vox "Clyde McCoy" Wah Wah. A signature sound for both Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton, Fulltone's version was born from analyzing every aspect of their vintage Vox wah collection.
Compared to guitarists 60 years ago, players today have so many more perks. With a seemingly endless variety of effects pedals to choose from, modern guitar players have the ability to create an infinite spectrum of tones and sounds. And thanks to innovators like Fulltone effects, the sonic possibilities of your instrument will only continue to expand.