FuzzPup Axis Fuzz

This is part of our FuzzPup range of circuits designed for 1590A builds. Please read the general build doc available here and ensure you're happy with what's involved. They're not especially difficult, but working in a confined space can be fiddly. Take heed.

Of course there's nothing stopping you using these PCBs for 'standard' builds. They're Direct Connect compatible.

A different PCB is available for 'standard' 1590B builds - see the related products listed below.

Jimi used one on the title track of Axis Bold As Love. What else do you need to know?

Oh go on then. The Fuzz Face's more sophisticated big brother. Richer, fuller fuzz with more bottom end and even more responsive to playing dynamics and guitar volume.

This baby can cut through a band for biting solos, but doesn't get too messy when used on chords. Perfect all-rounder really.

Uses all-silicon transistors so is much more stable and predictable than its sibling. It'll sound the same in the heat of that sweaty venue as it does in your chilly rehearsal shed.

Kit includes: PCB, all components, hook-up wire, 3PDT footswitch for true bypass, jack sockets, DC socket, battery snap, LED, footswitch daughterboard and header pins. Enclosure (pre-drilled) is optional and will not take a battery. Does not include knob(s).

Supplied with 9mm pots (round shaft)

Difficulty: Hard

PCB size: 25 x 40mm

Knobs required: 2

Enclosure: 1590A

Direct-Connect compatible (6-way)

If you want the kit pre-built you must add the enclosure option below and select your knobs in the Components section. Check Enclosures section for powder-coated enclosure availability.


Please also read this general guide to FuzzPup builds.

Note: image with circuit board in the enclosure is to illustrate the way this kit connects.


Pedal Parts



£24.00 inc. tax

£20.00 ex. tax
? Tax based on United Kingdom.

Customer Reviews

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Classic fuzzface tones in a small package 5 product stars
"Excellent kit. Well thought out PCB layout with good instructions. I'm a fairly experienced builder of DIY pedals (and amps) and this kit took about an hour or so to finish. Final product sounds great with classic gnarly fuzzface style tones." Paul - 30/09/2016

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