Every once in a while we will build a small batch of PTP hand-wired effects in custom enclosures. Future runs are possible, but unlikely given the scarcity of NOS parts and knobs.
The Arbiter Fuzz Face was a critical piece of gear in the evolution of rock and roll. The list of users is almost endless. We are making a limited number of custom laser-etched matte black units with cream and matte black/cream NOS knobs. Germanium or Silicon versions available. We pick the transistors, but all units are tuned to be BADASS. Texas Instruments BC183L, Phillips BC109, or Telefunken BC108 for the Silicon, and NOS Soviet devices for Germanium.
The Dallas Rangemaster was a non-switchable treble booster made in the 1960s using a Germanium transistor (typically OC44) by Dallas Arbiter in England. We have modernized it and are using only premium components for quiet performance and incredible tone. Limited to a batch of 20, these will likely never be made in the NOS knob configuration again.