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Behringer Super Fuzz SF300
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Behringer Super Fuzz SF300

Fuzz pedal from Behringer

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Behringer Super Fuzz SF300Published on 01/16/10 at 04:12
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
SUPER FUZZ SF300
This effects pedal for guitar is ideal to recreate all the famous
fuzz tones of the 60s and 70s.
1. CONTROLS AND CONNECTIONS
Top view
The LEVEL control adjusts the output level.
Turn the TREBLE control to boost or attenuate the treble.
Uses the BASS control to amplify or boost the bass.
The GAIN control adjusts the gain level, ie intensity
distortion.
The MODE switch selects one of three modes:
1 FUZZ: fuzz sounds accentuate traditional mediums.
FUZZ 2: Sons fuzz filled with psychics and dug harmonic edges.
BOOST: disabled LEVEL and GAIN is used to control the boost effect.
The ON / BATT LED illuminates when the effect is active. She also...…
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SUPER FUZZ SF300
This effects pedal for guitar is ideal to recreate all the famous
fuzz tones of the 60s and 70s.
1. CONTROLS AND CONNECTIONS
Top view
The LEVEL control adjusts the output level.
Turn the TREBLE control to boost or attenuate the treble.
Uses the BASS control to amplify or boost the bass.
The GAIN control adjusts the gain level, ie intensity
distortion.
The MODE switch selects one of three modes:
1 FUZZ: fuzz sounds accentuate traditional mediums.
FUZZ 2: Sons fuzz filled with psychics and dug harmonic edges.
BOOST: disabled LEVEL and GAIN is used to control the boost effect.
The ON / BATT LED illuminates when the effect is active. She also serves
Status indicator of the stack.
Use the footswitch to activate / deactivate the effect.
Plug the instrument cable into the IN jack unbalanced.
Connect OUT jack to the unbalanced signal to your amp.
Use the DC IN connection to plug in a block of 9 V power supply (not included).
The BATTERY COMPARTMENT is located underneath the pedal cover. To install or replace
9 V battery (not included), press on the hinges with a ballpoint pen and remove
the pedal cover taking care not to scratch it.
SUPER FUZZ SF300

OVERALL OPINION

frankly for the price is right around 30 €
the only downside is that the housing is plastic and requires an adapter for the battery compartment and difficult to access.
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  • Manufacturer: Behringer
  • Model: Super Fuzz SF300
  • Category: Fuzz pedals
  • Added in our database on: 03/08/2009

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