Fuzz Drive Version 2 (OUT OF STOCK)

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Fuzz Drive Version 2 (OUT OF STOCK)


Out of stock


Klinger Fuzz Drive unit is 2 independent pedals in one. A medium drive and very transparent overdrive section with controls for bass, high roll off and internal trim to shape mids….. Plus a very customisable fuzz section with internal control over presence, bias, input saturation and external control over Attack/Fuzz and Volume. The fat switch on the front is for thin sounding pickups that need a tiny beef up or cut it for dark neck pickups and humbuckers that are muddy with fuzz.

The Fuzz is set around NOS Tin can 108c silicon transistors used in the vintage fuzzes of the late 60’s early 70’s. The idea of this pedal is to be the perfect balance between clean amp, overdrive and fuzz. Of coarse it doesn’t just have to be used as a pedal for clean amps. The overdrive section backs of to become a nice boost that can add flavour to the fuzz section or to a driven amp. It is a very open sounding drive thats perfect for adding a nice harmonically rich sound to any setup. The fuzz can do anything from clean to high gain fuzz madness.


  • Durable powder coated finish.
  • Handmade In Melbourne Australia
  • Highest quality hole through components, transistor matching and construction.
  • Fast action highest quality true bypass foot switch.


Robert L.

December 31, 2018at 4:03 pm

Hi Shaun.
Brett Kingman sent me here. I recently heard your Klinger Supa Fuzz pedal. Wow… awesome tones!
How can i purchase one of your Supa Fuzz pedals?
( I live in the US ) –
Thanks, Robert

    Shaun Klinger

    January 2, 2019at 5:06 pm

    Hi Robert,
    Thank you so much for contacting me. My Supa Fuzz units are out of stock at the moment but I’d be more then happy to make you one. I’m currently on break with my family but if you give me a few weeks I can have one ready for you. I can make them into smaller enclosures too if you need smaller footprint for your pedal board if needed. Price is $229 AUD plus 20 AUD shipping to the US. Let me know if that sounds ok for you. All the best and Happy New Year

Tom Isfer

September 7, 2021at 9:23 am

Hi Shaun,

What fuzz is the fuzz drive unit based on? On other subject, any plans on building some 69 vibe yet?

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