Fulltone pedals are to close according to reports surfacing online. The rumours started on the TGP forum after an official-looking statement appeared on the site supposedly sent out by Mike Fuller, the owner of Fulltone.
Fulltone pedals to close
The posts over on The Gear Page forum suggest that Fulltone are about to close its business in California. These reports are backed up by an official-looking statement signed by Mike Fuller, the company president. But that is not all, as it also appears that the Fulltone premises are up for sale.
It’s with a heavy heart that I announce that Fulltone will be closing its doors in CA after 30 years. The building, which I own, is up for sale
The sale is priced at $2,495,000 and with strict instructions that state DO NOT GO ON SITE. Employees not aware of sale. Please do not speak to anyone.
Currently, there is no official statement on the Fulltone main website or social media. Though, users on the TGP forum have suggested that the official statement above may have been sent out to dealers ahead of an official announcement to the public.
We asked our partners Thomann as they are Fulltone dealers based in Europe and they have confirmed that Fulltone is closing. Thomann currently appears to have a good stock of many of the popular Fulltone pedals including the OCD, Plimsoul and 69MKII etc
Gearnews has also reached out to Fulltone themselves and is awaiting an answer. Hopefully, Mike Fuller will carry on building his designs elsewhere and the workers at Fulltone will keep their jobs.
This news is breaking and so will be updated accordingly.
Vertex has also uploaded a video to YouTube confirming the closure.
Fulltone OCD Overdrive V2
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- Fulltone statement?: TGP forum
- Fulltone to close?: Loopnet