Fuzz, a copy of the marshall supa fuzz, analog, handmade in point to point, great job, it's loud and clear inside
2 buttons, use child
This is a Tonebender, the sound is well balanced with respect to the MKII model, it was a little less gain (but that's enough), and the sound is a bit clearer.
Many sustain, ca compress the sound just right, it is the harmonic orgy, CA sings and sounds typically found british (Yardbirds, the Who ...)
The bass is present, it is tough without beating outrageously, treble are just right, but we pierce the eardrums, and also have a nice midrange presence
It's beautiful, it's expensive, it sounds.
At JMI ca not kidding, this is the big spanking this supa fuzz ... british rock inside!
Fuzz with 3 germanium transistors 75 OC.
Operates on battery only.
Replica of the Marshall Supafuzz period, not much more to add, limited 100 copies worldwide, handmade in England with transistors New Old Stock.
What a rarity ...
Very simple: two knobs: Volume and Filter.
The volume maintains the exit rate and affects the strength of the effect to use between 3 / 4 and bottom!
The filter allows for a more or less clean, with varying degrees of crachotties of baves etc. Finally all that is good, therefore, can also be used over the entire race!
The effect is also strongly dependent on the volume of the amp, so use in an amp pushed preference.
Perfect! And fortunately, at this price!
Too bad that we should spend so much for the perfect sound!
It has a single type of sound but what sound!
We're going to the Stones, to Jimi Hendrix, Led Zep, the Who, Stooges etc. ... to lowering the filter you can do the Jeff Beck finally versatile enough anyway!
Excelente pedal but still a little too expensive for what it is, of course it is handmade and in limited quantities but € 300 for a new pedal even excelente its hurts ...
But at the time. I would definitely do it again this election, it's a collector's item and sounds of death!