An intermediate level kit which assumes you have completed the beginner fuzz kit above.


Build Your Own Silicon Fuzz Face!

See picture of finished kit below.

We offer this kit in response to numerous emails urging us to offer a "classic" pedal in kit form for intermediate builders. It doesn't get much more classic than a Dallas Arbiter Fuzz Face. The silicon version avoids many of the problems associated with germanium transistors.

This kit is intended for those who have already completed our beginners kit, or those who have some experience building on stripboard and making a finished pedal. This kit includes instructions in digital format, but they aren't as detailed as the instructions for the beginner kit. The pedal is a part for part copy of the classic Dallas Arbiter Silicon Fuzz face using NOS BC109 or BC108 metal can transistors (included, your choice). And yes, Jimi Hendrix did use a Silicon Fuzz Face with BC108's or 109's during the Band of Gypsys era. With this kit, you have the option of adding an LED (or leaving it out if you don't need it). Everything you need is included:

Instructions and veroboard parts layout

1590BB sized box


Chickenhead knobs


All resistors, capacitors, transistors needed

Stereo input jack

Mono output jack

9V snap

Transistor sockets

True bypass foot switch (3PDT)

LED and bezel

Insulated wire

You supply the solder, soldering iron and whatever paint and decals you need to customize your pedal.

Here is a link to a short soundclip of the completed pedal:

 Included in this kit is everything the new pedal builder needs in order to build a working first pedal.  Instructional pdf with lots of photos and directions will be send by email after purchase of kit.  All you need to supply is a soldering iron, solder and whatever you need to paint and decorate the enclosure.

Kit includes:

Detailed instructions with step by step photos.

1590B sized enclosure

Stripboard (veroboard) sized for the project

All resistors, capacitors, transistors needed

Transistor socket

9V snap

Stereo and mono jacks (input and output)

True bypass footswitch


Chickenhead knob


The only things you will need are: solder, a soldering iron, wire clippers and whatever paint or decals etc you need to decorate the box the way you want it.
Here is a link to a short (16 seconds) sound clip that will let you hear how this pedal will sound when you build it! Played with a Strat on neck pickup.
This is a great chance to be able to learn how to customize your sound by building your own guitar pedals. No experience is assumed or needed!

Beginner Fuzz Pedal Kit


Mosrite Fuzzrite Kit


Another intermediate level kit, to be completed after the Beginner Kit above.  Instructional photoessay pdf sent by email upon purchase.   Every single part you need (you supply solder, soldering iron, and paint).  True to the original schematic from the 60's.   A time machine of tone!  Raw and raunchy garage ready fuzz.

DenTone Pedals

Silicon Fuzz Face Kit