The first Super-Fuzzes were made in 1968 by Univox, and production continued until the late 70s.
We added some features and increased values of electrolytic capacitors to get the sound of vintage units with aged components.
Overdrive and Distortion
This is a clone of two pedals:
- Marshall Blues Breaker
- Maxon Sonic Distortion
There is also the order switch that allows to choose which one of those circuits goes before the other.
Voodoo Fuzz is a clone of Fuzz Face, which was introduced by Dallas Arbiter in 1966.
Our version has "Jimi Hendrix" mods.
We offer several options of vintage germanium transistors for this pedal.
Tone Scrambler is a clone of Ampeg Scrambler, which was built in very small numbers in late 60s and reissued in 2005.
This fuzz blends with clean guitar signal and can add distorted upper octave to it.
Green Muff is a clone of Electro-Harmonics Big Muff that was produced in Russia in 1990s.
We use the same new old stock transistors (kt3102em) and diodes (kd521a) as the original circuit. Some of the capacitors as well.
Tone Machine is a clone of Foxx Tone Machine, which was produced in 70s.
The pedal is a thick sounding fuzz with lots of gain and a footswitch that allows to add an upper octave to the sound.
Analog Phrase Sampler
This is a guitar loop pedal that records short passages played on an instrument and plays them back in a repeating loop.
The circuit is based on ISD1020 chip that can record sound without converting it to digital.
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