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Keeley Black Top Fuzz

In comes the fast and furious world of the 1960s. The silicon transistor consists of sand and a few fine wires. Pioneered at Fairchild by Robert Noyce he said it would lead to cheap electronics. NOICE! …NICE INDEED! He also produced the first commercially available op-amp. Ain’t no TS-9s without them Dr. Robert…NOOICE!!! (Yeah I know Texas Instruments did it first in 1954, but I’ve always liked Fairchild trannies for audio mo’ betta. It’s like Chevy and Ford.)