Dallas Arbiter

Dallas Arbiter is a historic British company renowned for its contributions to the world of musical equipment, particularly guitar effects pedals. Founded in the 1960s, Dallas Arbiter gained prominence for its iconic range of effects pedals, including the Fuzz Face and the Dallas Rangemaster.

The Fuzz Face, introduced in the mid-1960s, quickly became one of the most iconic fuzz pedals in history. Used by legendary guitarists such as Jimi Hendrix, Eric Johnson, and David Gilmour, the Fuzz Face is celebrated for its warm, creamy fuzz tones and simple yet effective design.

Another notable product from Dallas Arbiter is the Dallas Rangemaster treble booster. Originally designed to enhance the tone of early British tube amplifiers, the Rangemaster became a staple on many famous recordings and live performances of the 1960s and 1970s. It was famously used by guitarists like Brian May of Queen and Tony Iommi of Black Sabbath to achieve their signature tones.

While Dallas Arbiter ceased operations in the late 1970s, the legacy of their pedals continues to live on through reissues, replicas, and modern interpretations produced by other companies. Today, vintage Dallas Arbiter pedals are highly sought after by collectors and musicians alike for their historic significance and distinctive tone.

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