VF1
VF1

VF2
VF2

VF9
VF9

VF1
VF1

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Voodoo Fuzz

Fuzz

Voodoo Fuzz is a clone of germanium Fuzz Face with Jimi Hendrix mods.

Three different versions were available, they had different vintage transistors: Red (GT402i USSR), Blue (2SB187 Japan), Green (AC128 Hungary).

TS1
TS1

TS2
TS2

TS3
TS3

TS1
TS1

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Tone Scrambler

Octave Fuzz

This is a clone of Ampeg Scrambler. 

The effect adds a distorted sound with upper octave harmonic content to the clean sound of an instrument.

GM1
GM1

GM2
GM2

GM3
GM3

GM1
GM1

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Green Muff

Distorion / Fuzz

This is a clone of Sovtek Big Muff. 

The coolest thing about this unit is that it has the same Russian transistors and diodes the original Sovteks had.

TM1
TM1

TM2
TM2

TM3
TM3

TM1
TM1

1/3

Tone Machine

Octave Fuzz

This is a clone of Foxx Tone Machine from 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.

SF1
SF1

SF2
SF2

SF3
SF3

SF1
SF1

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Super Fuzz

Octave Fuzz

This is a clone of Univox Super Fuzz. 

This unit was built according to the factory schematic of Univox Super Fuzz. 

This one was cool, but we believe that our new version is way better.

PS1
PS1

PS2
PS2

PS3
PS3

PS1
PS1

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PowerSolo Underdrive

Overdrive with Compressor

This pedal was developed with Kim Kix from Powersolo band. 

It's a combo of DOD250 Overdrive and Orange Squeezer Compressor.

 

It also has two-band eq that can be turned off.

EF1
EF1

EF2
EF2

EF3
EF3

EF1
EF1

1/3

Envelope Filter

Envelope Filter

This is a clone of DOD 440, which is a nice simple optical envelope filter.

Had some mods for better bass response. 

EV1
EV1

EV2
EV2

EV3
EV3

EV1
EV1

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Easy Vibe

Phaser

This is a budget version of Univox Univibe. 

It is based on John Hollis Easy Vibe schematic, which uses LED's instead of light bulbs, opamp instead of transistors. And LFO is simplified as well.

LL1
LL1

LL2
LL2

LL3
LL3

LL1
LL1

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Lo-Fi Looper

Analog Phrase Sampler

This is a piece of incredible tech, and we will sure get back to this. 

It uses a special memory chip that can record analog sound to flash memory without A/D convertion. Very noisy and cool!