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Fulltone USA is back in business - OCD 1.4 Custom Shop  ·  Source: Fulltone USA

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Fulltone is back, with Mike Fuller now working with Jackson Audio. The boutique pedal builder sold off the business back in 2022. Now, he is back for more.

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Fulltone USA

Fulltone USA is back with Jackson Audio’s Brad Jackson. This will mean the popular American-made boutique pedal builder can sell new effects once more. As Jackson Audio will be doing the brunt of the grunt work, we might even see some new designs from Fuller.

Mike originally closed Fulltone back in 2022. Which was a real shame, as he sold the premises and had to lay off all his staff.

This new venture will be based not on the old site in California but instead will head to a 17-acre property just outside of Nashville.

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Launching at NAMM 2024, Fulltone USA will carry on the design, manufacturing, support, and distribution of Fulltone products and work closely with Mike Fuller to design and develop new products. Mike and Brad talk about the re-launched brand’s new journey in the video below.

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OCD 1.4

The OCD 1.4 Custom Shop edition is once more available again and can be purchased directly from the revamped site. As is the OCD v2 model. From the conversation in the video above, we can expect a lot more of the classic Fulltone effects to see the light of day once more.

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Free Tee

They are also doing a little promotion and offering a free limited edition T-shirt with new orders when you enter the code OCD at checkout.

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What’s Next?

Ideally, this time the boutique effect brand will carry on creating well-made, American-built effects for musicians. Plus, we may get to see some new models in the hopefully, not-to-distant future as well.

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3 responses to “Fulltone USA is back in business – OCD 1.4 Custom Shop”

    Jon says:
    1

    So Mike is back to squeeze a few extra drops out of a cow who’s gone dry ages ago. Shocker!

      CKDexterHaven says:
      4

      Ooookay…. So, how is his ‘dry cow’ any different from Boss, Ibanez, Gibson, Fender, Marshall, et al—the foundation of the guitar industry, who all just make the same products they introduced 40-70 years ago?

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