FIND OF THE WEEK: JIMI HENDRIX’s Original Arbiter FUZZ FACE Pedal Is Up For Auction

On this latest edition of Find of the Week, an Arbiter Fuzz Face pedal that was previously owned by famed rock guitarist Jimi Hendrix is going up for auction! The Fuzz Face was originally released in 1966 by Arbiter Electronics and was helped to be made popular by artists like David Gilmour, Pete Townshend, and of course, Jimi Hendrix.

According to Julian’s Auctions (the auction house where the pedal is being sold), it’s estimated that this particular Fuzz Face will go for between $8,000 to $10,000. The auction begins November 4th, and is taking place as part of the property from the estate of Experience drummer Mitch Mitchell. If you’re not a guitarist, don’t fret, because a host of Mitch Mitchell’s drum gear will be showcased as well!

To learn more about the auction and check it out when it goes live, you can hit up the Julian’s Auctions website.

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