NAMM:No More foxx Hunting

Furry Seventies Stompboxes Stage A Comeback      23/01/05

NAMM:No More foxx Hunting
The foxx Display At Winter NAMM

The range of fur coated stompboxes made by foxx in the 1970’s are always being hunted down by vintage effects freaks but now the name has made a comeback in the form of the foxx Tone Machine. The original fuzzbox, which made its debut in 1971 and is revered by the likes of Billy Gibbons and Adrian Belew, has had its analogue circuitry perfectly replicated in the new model which is assembled in the USA and available in six different colours of fuzz-flocked casing. The Tone Machine is the first in the new line with more pedals to follow. List price will be $249 More info:
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