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{"id":4289789919298,"title":"Analog Man ARDX20 Dual Analog Delay Pedal","handle":"analogman-ardx20-dual-analog-delay-pedal","description":"ARDX20 Dual Analog Delay\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThe Analog Man ARDX20 Analog Delay pedal is a 100% handmade analog BBD chip delay. It has two channels, each with independent delay time, feedback, and level controls. Also has effects loop, delay time expression control jack, and hi-cut switch. \u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThe ARDX20 takes the great sound of their previous single AR20DL analog delay, but adds more features.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eIt was designed by Ohbayashi San of Analog Man Asia in Japan, with design and specification help from Analogmike. They built a custom circuit board and specially designed ergonomic enclosure for this pedal. The wires are hand soldered and assembled to their specs in China. Then the pedals go to Japan where the Analogman logos on the pedals are engraved (round top versions) and the pedals are calibrated and tuned at the Analog Man Asia shop by Ohbayashi san and his team.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThis delay was designed for ease of use and the best sound possible, with standard features everyone can use, but optional external features for things everyone may not want to pay for up front. The external options like tap tempo, modulation, and presets is an additional AMAZE0 pedal with a computer in it to control this delay. \u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eIt's trivial to make an analog delay that has very dark repeats, as the noise which is the problem with analog delays is filtered out along with the high end. To make the repeats have good fidelity without excessive noise (like the Deluxe Memory Man) is difficult, especially with the newer low voltage delay chips, but they have tuned this delay.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cstrong\u003eFeatures:\u003c\/strong\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e• True bypass switching, the right side foot switch is effect ON\/OFF.\u003cbr\u003e• It's ONE delay pedal, but has TWO sets of controls, not only delay time but also delay level and feedback.\u003cbr\u003e• YELLOW channel (upper 3 knobs) or RED channel (lower 3 knobs) are selected with the left foot switch.\u003cbr\u003e• Battery or normal 9V boss type power. Power jack in the center top.\u003cbr\u003e• Battery compartment on the bottom for quick and easy battery changes (round version).\u003cbr\u003e• Low power consumption, 15mA, so an alkaline battery should last about 30 hours of use.\u003cbr\u003e• Jacks are on the top of the pedal for efficient layout on pedalboards\u003cbr\u003e• Input jack on the far right, unplug to disconnect battery\u003cbr\u003e• Output jack on the far left\u003cbr\u003e• EFFECTS LOOP is next to the input jack. Use a Y-cable (insert cable like optional HOSA STP-201) to run an effect only when the delay is ON, and only on the delayed signal.\u003cbr\u003e• The dry sound will stay in the pedal, it won't pass through the effects loop.\u003cbr\u003e• 600mS (.6 seconds) analog delay time, with clear, not dull, delay sounds. But not clean and bright like a digital delay. Most of the units actually get 650mS if you measure them. The delays are easily controlled for infinite feedback without runaway volume problems which can damage your speakers. 3:00 on the feedback will usually provide easily controlled infinite repeats. Minimum delay time is 36mS. Uses two select 3205 chips for best delay at 9V.\u003cbr\u003e• Two LED lights blink in time to the delay setting.\u003cbr\u003e• New flat version has an internal DARK switch to reduce the high end on the repeats. The dry signal is not changed. The miniature sliding toggle switch is on the back side of the circuit board (you need to pull the board out to see the back), it's the only switch you will find. This switch will also reduce the normal analog delay white noise, so if you need a quieter sound (like running it into a high gain amp which multiples any pedal noise) you can use it for that.\u003cbr\u003e• Handmade pedal, using wires and normal pots\/jacks\/switches, which allows anyone to fix it with normal parts. Not a disposable pedal like a factory-built pedal using tiny or proprietary (impossible to replace) parts. No surface mount parts on the circuit board, all through-hole soldered parts that are easily checked and replaced. \u003cbr\u003e• Flat box version size : 4.6\" wide x 5.5\" deep x 1.72\" tall (2.4\" to top of switch)","published_at":"2019-10-20T08:32:34-04:00","created_at":"2019-10-20T08:32:34-04:00","vendor":"Analog Man","type":"Pedals and Effects","tags":["Brand_AnalogMan","Type_Delay Pedals"],"price":26500,"price_min":26500,"price_max":26500,"available":true,"price_varies":false,"compare_at_price":0,"compare_at_price_min":0,"compare_at_price_max":0,"compare_at_price_varies":false,"variants":[{"id":30906029572162,"title":"Default Title","option1":"Default Title","option2":null,"option3":null,"sku":"ANALOGARDX20DEL","requires_shipping":true,"taxable":true,"featured_image":{"id":13212090925122,"product_id":4289789919298,"position":1,"created_at":"2019-10-20T08:32:34-04:00","updated_at":"2019-10-20T08:32:34-04:00","alt":"AnalogMan ARDX20 Analog Delay","width":1080,"height":1080,"src":"https:\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2015\/7205\/products\/AM_ARDX20_Analog_Delay_02.jpg?v=1571574754","variant_ids":[30906029572162]},"available":true,"name":"Analog Man ARDX20 Dual Analog Delay Pedal","public_title":null,"options":["Default Title"],"price":26500,"weight":0,"compare_at_price":0,"inventory_quantity":1,"inventory_management":"shopify","inventory_policy":"deny","barcode":"ANALOGARDX20DEL"}],"images":["\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2015\/7205\/products\/AM_ARDX20_Analog_Delay_02.jpg?v=1571574754","\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2015\/7205\/products\/AM_ARDX20_Analog_Delay_01.jpg?v=1571576982","\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2015\/7205\/products\/AM_ARDX20_Analog_Delay_03.jpg?v=1571576982","\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2015\/7205\/products\/AM_ARDX20_Analog_Delay_04.jpg?v=1571576982"],"featured_image":"\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2015\/7205\/products\/AM_ARDX20_Analog_Delay_02.jpg?v=1571574754","options":["Title"],"content":"ARDX20 Dual Analog Delay\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThe Analog Man ARDX20 Analog Delay pedal is a 100% handmade analog BBD chip delay. It has two channels, each with independent delay time, feedback, and level controls. Also has effects loop, delay time expression control jack, and hi-cut switch. \u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThe ARDX20 takes the great sound of their previous single AR20DL analog delay, but adds more features.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eIt was designed by Ohbayashi San of Analog Man Asia in Japan, with design and specification help from Analogmike. They built a custom circuit board and specially designed ergonomic enclosure for this pedal. The wires are hand soldered and assembled to their specs in China. Then the pedals go to Japan where the Analogman logos on the pedals are engraved (round top versions) and the pedals are calibrated and tuned at the Analog Man Asia shop by Ohbayashi san and his team.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThis delay was designed for ease of use and the best sound possible, with standard features everyone can use, but optional external features for things everyone may not want to pay for up front. The external options like tap tempo, modulation, and presets is an additional AMAZE0 pedal with a computer in it to control this delay. \u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eIt's trivial to make an analog delay that has very dark repeats, as the noise which is the problem with analog delays is filtered out along with the high end. To make the repeats have good fidelity without excessive noise (like the Deluxe Memory Man) is difficult, especially with the newer low voltage delay chips, but they have tuned this delay.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cstrong\u003eFeatures:\u003c\/strong\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e• True bypass switching, the right side foot switch is effect ON\/OFF.\u003cbr\u003e• It's ONE delay pedal, but has TWO sets of controls, not only delay time but also delay level and feedback.\u003cbr\u003e• YELLOW channel (upper 3 knobs) or RED channel (lower 3 knobs) are selected with the left foot switch.\u003cbr\u003e• Battery or normal 9V boss type power. Power jack in the center top.\u003cbr\u003e• Battery compartment on the bottom for quick and easy battery changes (round version).\u003cbr\u003e• Low power consumption, 15mA, so an alkaline battery should last about 30 hours of use.\u003cbr\u003e• Jacks are on the top of the pedal for efficient layout on pedalboards\u003cbr\u003e• Input jack on the far right, unplug to disconnect battery\u003cbr\u003e• Output jack on the far left\u003cbr\u003e• EFFECTS LOOP is next to the input jack. Use a Y-cable (insert cable like optional HOSA STP-201) to run an effect only when the delay is ON, and only on the delayed signal.\u003cbr\u003e• The dry sound will stay in the pedal, it won't pass through the effects loop.\u003cbr\u003e• 600mS (.6 seconds) analog delay time, with clear, not dull, delay sounds. But not clean and bright like a digital delay. Most of the units actually get 650mS if you measure them. The delays are easily controlled for infinite feedback without runaway volume problems which can damage your speakers. 3:00 on the feedback will usually provide easily controlled infinite repeats. Minimum delay time is 36mS. Uses two select 3205 chips for best delay at 9V.\u003cbr\u003e• Two LED lights blink in time to the delay setting.\u003cbr\u003e• New flat version has an internal DARK switch to reduce the high end on the repeats. The dry signal is not changed. The miniature sliding toggle switch is on the back side of the circuit board (you need to pull the board out to see the back), it's the only switch you will find. This switch will also reduce the normal analog delay white noise, so if you need a quieter sound (like running it into a high gain amp which multiples any pedal noise) you can use it for that.\u003cbr\u003e• Handmade pedal, using wires and normal pots\/jacks\/switches, which allows anyone to fix it with normal parts. Not a disposable pedal like a factory-built pedal using tiny or proprietary (impossible to replace) parts. No surface mount parts on the circuit board, all through-hole soldered parts that are easily checked and replaced. \u003cbr\u003e• Flat box version size : 4.6\" wide x 5.5\" deep x 1.72\" tall (2.4\" to top of switch)"}
AnalogMan ARDX20 Analog Delay

Analog Man ARDX20 Dual Analog Delay Pedal

$265.00

ARDX20 Dual Analog DelayThe Analog Man ARDX20 Analog Delay pedal is a 100% handmade analog BBD chip delay. It has two channels, each with independent delay time, feedback, and level controls. Also has effects loop, delay time expression control jack, and hi-cut switch. The ARDX20 takes the great sound of their previous single AR20DL analog dela...


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{"id":11355576398,"title":"Analog Man Astro Tone Fuzz Pedal","handle":"analogman-astro-tone-fuzz-pedal","description":"\u003cstrong\u003eSpecifications:\u003c\/strong\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e• True Bypass switching\u003cbr\u003e• Super Bright LED for lower power use, buffed so as not to blind you!\u003cbr\u003e• Uses less than 1 mA of power when off, only 3 when on, so an Alkaline battery will last a few hundred hours of normal playing time.\u003cbr\u003e• Three simple knobs - Volume, Fuzz, and Tone.\u003cbr\u003e• High quality, hand wired RE’AN input and output jacks.\u003cbr\u003e• In and Out jacks on top for best pedalboard real estate management\u003cbr\u003e• Normal Boss style power jack, on the right side, negative ground so no polarity problems original 1966 Fairchild Silicon transistors, not affected by heat like a Germanium fuzz.\u003cbr\u003e• Sound is not as compressed as a fuzzface, not SUPER thick and saturated, something between a fuzz and distortion but closer to a fuzz.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cstrong\u003eDescription:\u003c\/strong\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThe Analog Man ASTRO TONE fuzz is somewhere between a fuzz and distortion, it acts differently into different amps. But it sounds great into almost anything! If you have always had trouble using Fuzzfaces live, this one is MUCH easier to use and you can hear it well with a band. \u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eAnalog Man's first new pedal of 2010 is the ASTRO TONE fuzz. This pedal is based on the 1960's SAM ASH FUZZZ BOXX and ASTROTONE FUZZ made in New York City in 1966-68 by the Astro Amp company. It was one of the best fuzz pedals. \u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThe Analog Man ASTRO TONE is not quite the same as the old pedals. AnalogMan took their first prototype, made to 100% original specs, to play with his power trio. At the shop he compared it to an original and the sound was exactly the same. But he did not like it, he could not hear it well with the band, it was not thick enough. The problem with the original design was that there was very little low end, the sound was quite thin. You REALLY had to crank up the volume on it to get a good sound. But this would make the ON sound too much louder than the OFF sound for live use. And the tone knob was really limited in the useful range. So Analogman took the circuit and with some modern software analyzed it and found out how they could retain the low end, and make the tone control somewhat more useful. But they made sure that they could still get the EXACT sounds of the original pedal if that was desired. By turning the tone knob up higher, you can still get the original sounds which are good into a large, cranked amp. But they made it so that it now sounds awesome even into a little amp like a Fender Deluxe Reverb, at near unity gain on the pedal.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eAnalogMan found several hundred original Astrotone transistors about ten years ago, and have been saving them. Many even have the same 1966 date codes on them as the original pedals! You can see \"641\" in the picture which means the 41st week of 1966. They are little plastic, flat, pill shaped Fairchild transistors. They have gold plated leads - they were made back in the days when gold was cheap and transistors were expensive! These transistors are pretty consistent, and usually well behaved, but they had to discard some that were too noisy for a fuzz pedal. AnalogMan should be able to make hundreds of these pedals with these original, excellent transistors. When they run out, they will no longer make a pedal called the ASTRO TONE.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eMany people have problems using a Fuzz Face type pedal, like our Sunface, live with a band. Analogman had the same problem which is one reason they are making these pedals, it’s something they need to get the sounds they want. AnalogMan plays Fender amps with a Les Paul, which is not too favorable to fuzz face pedals. But this pedal works great with that setup.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThe sound is not as compressed as a Fuzz Face, not SUPER thick and saturated, something between a fuzz and distortion. It’s fuzzier into a smaller amp (Fender Deluxe), and more of a BOOSTER into a large distorted amp (Marshall 1970s Super Lead). It can also be stacked with other pedals, for example running a fuzz face into it can get a sound like Spirit in the Sky, which buzzes and cuts out. Or run the Astro Tone into an OD pedal like a TS808 or KoT to make it fatter.","published_at":"2017-09-06T10:40:58-04:00","created_at":"2017-09-06T10:40:58-04:00","vendor":"Analog Man","type":"Pedals and Effects","tags":["Brand_AnalogMan","Type_Fuzz Pedals"],"price":18500,"price_min":18500,"price_max":18500,"available":true,"price_varies":false,"compare_at_price":0,"compare_at_price_min":0,"compare_at_price_max":0,"compare_at_price_varies":false,"variants":[{"id":45056147406,"title":"Default Title","option1":"Default Title","option2":null,"option3":null,"sku":"ANALOGASTROTONE","requires_shipping":true,"taxable":true,"featured_image":{"id":13212097282114,"product_id":11355576398,"position":1,"created_at":"2019-10-20T08:34:47-04:00","updated_at":"2019-10-20T09:10:54-04:00","alt":"AnalogMan Astro Tone Fuzz","width":1080,"height":1080,"src":"https:\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2015\/7205\/products\/AM__Astro_Tone_Fuzz_02.jpg?v=1571577054","variant_ids":[45056147406]},"available":true,"name":"Analog Man Astro Tone Fuzz Pedal","public_title":null,"options":["Default Title"],"price":18500,"weight":0,"compare_at_price":0,"inventory_quantity":1,"inventory_management":"shopify","inventory_policy":"deny","barcode":"ANALOGASTROTONE"}],"images":["\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2015\/7205\/products\/AM__Astro_Tone_Fuzz_02.jpg?v=1571577054","\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2015\/7205\/products\/AM__Astro_Tone_Fuzz_01.jpg?v=1571577079","\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2015\/7205\/products\/AM__Astro_Tone_Fuzz_03.jpg?v=1571577079","\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2015\/7205\/products\/AM__Astro_Tone_Fuzz_04.jpg?v=1571577080"],"featured_image":"\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2015\/7205\/products\/AM__Astro_Tone_Fuzz_02.jpg?v=1571577054","options":["Title"],"content":"\u003cstrong\u003eSpecifications:\u003c\/strong\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e• True Bypass switching\u003cbr\u003e• Super Bright LED for lower power use, buffed so as not to blind you!\u003cbr\u003e• Uses less than 1 mA of power when off, only 3 when on, so an Alkaline battery will last a few hundred hours of normal playing time.\u003cbr\u003e• Three simple knobs - Volume, Fuzz, and Tone.\u003cbr\u003e• High quality, hand wired RE’AN input and output jacks.\u003cbr\u003e• In and Out jacks on top for best pedalboard real estate management\u003cbr\u003e• Normal Boss style power jack, on the right side, negative ground so no polarity problems original 1966 Fairchild Silicon transistors, not affected by heat like a Germanium fuzz.\u003cbr\u003e• Sound is not as compressed as a fuzzface, not SUPER thick and saturated, something between a fuzz and distortion but closer to a fuzz.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cstrong\u003eDescription:\u003c\/strong\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThe Analog Man ASTRO TONE fuzz is somewhere between a fuzz and distortion, it acts differently into different amps. But it sounds great into almost anything! If you have always had trouble using Fuzzfaces live, this one is MUCH easier to use and you can hear it well with a band. \u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eAnalog Man's first new pedal of 2010 is the ASTRO TONE fuzz. This pedal is based on the 1960's SAM ASH FUZZZ BOXX and ASTROTONE FUZZ made in New York City in 1966-68 by the Astro Amp company. It was one of the best fuzz pedals. \u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThe Analog Man ASTRO TONE is not quite the same as the old pedals. AnalogMan took their first prototype, made to 100% original specs, to play with his power trio. At the shop he compared it to an original and the sound was exactly the same. But he did not like it, he could not hear it well with the band, it was not thick enough. The problem with the original design was that there was very little low end, the sound was quite thin. You REALLY had to crank up the volume on it to get a good sound. But this would make the ON sound too much louder than the OFF sound for live use. And the tone knob was really limited in the useful range. So Analogman took the circuit and with some modern software analyzed it and found out how they could retain the low end, and make the tone control somewhat more useful. But they made sure that they could still get the EXACT sounds of the original pedal if that was desired. By turning the tone knob up higher, you can still get the original sounds which are good into a large, cranked amp. But they made it so that it now sounds awesome even into a little amp like a Fender Deluxe Reverb, at near unity gain on the pedal.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eAnalogMan found several hundred original Astrotone transistors about ten years ago, and have been saving them. Many even have the same 1966 date codes on them as the original pedals! You can see \"641\" in the picture which means the 41st week of 1966. They are little plastic, flat, pill shaped Fairchild transistors. They have gold plated leads - they were made back in the days when gold was cheap and transistors were expensive! These transistors are pretty consistent, and usually well behaved, but they had to discard some that were too noisy for a fuzz pedal. AnalogMan should be able to make hundreds of these pedals with these original, excellent transistors. When they run out, they will no longer make a pedal called the ASTRO TONE.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eMany people have problems using a Fuzz Face type pedal, like our Sunface, live with a band. Analogman had the same problem which is one reason they are making these pedals, it’s something they need to get the sounds they want. AnalogMan plays Fender amps with a Les Paul, which is not too favorable to fuzz face pedals. But this pedal works great with that setup.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThe sound is not as compressed as a Fuzz Face, not SUPER thick and saturated, something between a fuzz and distortion. It’s fuzzier into a smaller amp (Fender Deluxe), and more of a BOOSTER into a large distorted amp (Marshall 1970s Super Lead). It can also be stacked with other pedals, for example running a fuzz face into it can get a sound like Spirit in the Sky, which buzzes and cuts out. Or run the Astro Tone into an OD pedal like a TS808 or KoT to make it fatter."}
AnalogMan Astro Tone Fuzz

Analog Man Astro Tone Fuzz Pedal

$185.00

Specifications:• True Bypass switching• Super Bright LED for lower power use, buffed so as not to blind you!• Uses less than 1 mA of power when off, only 3 when on, so an Alkaline battery will last a few hundred hours of normal playing time.• Three simple knobs - Volume, Fuzz, and Tone.• High quality, hand wired RE’AN input and output jacks.• In...


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{"id":11355576462,"title":"Analog Man Beano Boost Pedal w\/Power Jack","handle":"analogman-beano-boost-pedal","description":"\u003cstrong\u003eSpecifications:\u003c\/strong\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e• True Bypass switching with minimal popping.\u003cbr\u003e• Includes optional \"Boss Style\" Power Jack for use with your standard 9v Power Supply\u003cbr\u003e• LED for on\/off status\u003cbr\u003e• NOS Germanium Transistor chosen for low noise and best tone.\u003cbr\u003e• Three-way, short and sturdy toggle switch for tone selection:\u003cbr\u003e    - Middle: \"HI\" Standard Dallas Rangemaster tone, treble enhanced.\u003cbr\u003e    - Up: MIDs, more of a full range boost, great for Fender guitars!\u003cbr\u003e    - Down: LOW, full range sound with a bit more bassy setting. \u003cbr\u003e• Volume Control allows substantial boost.\u003cbr\u003e• Can boost volume quite a bit. Has about the same output level ON and OFF with the vol knob set at 9:00. At 11:00 there is about a 10dB boost, which sounds twice as loud. At 12:00 there is a 13dB boost, and up all the way is about an 18dB boost which is nearly twice as loud as it was at 11:00.\u003cbr\u003e• Durable Grey Hammertone (like original) powdercoated cast alloy case.\u003cbr\u003e• SIZE : 2.5\" wide x 4.75\" long x 1.5\" tall not including switches, etc.\u003cbr\u003e• Silk Screened graphics as seen on the pedal at the very top of the page.\u003cbr\u003e• Circuit hand-wired point to point like the original. No circuit board used. AnalogMan doesn't claim this is better than using a quality circuit board, but it works very well for this pedal. It does takes more time to build them.\u003cbr\u003e• With power jack added, it can use any normal Boss type 9V power supply, with no reverse polarity issues. They add circuitry to reduce power supply noise when the power jack is added.\u003cbr\u003e• This pedal uses only 5mA of power when on (LED) and barely any power when off (under .2mA!) so the battery will last hundreds of hours.\u003cbr\u003e• We usually run the BEANO BOOST directly into the input of your tube amp, with no buffers (i.e. tuners, or non-true bypass pedals) in the signal path. Most people have found they work best near the very beginning of your signal chain. Like the Fuzz Face, the Beano Boost MUST NOT have a buffered pedal in front of it. Something like a Boss pedal, even off, will make the Beano Boost sound VERY trebly and thin. Buffered pedals are OK after the Beano Boost if necessary.\u003cbr\u003e• Cleans up really well when you back down your volume control! \u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cstrong\u003eDescription:\u003c\/strong\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThis is the Analog Man Beano Boost, a simple looking yet effective pedal.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThis pedal is based on the 1960s British Dallas Rangemaster, which was best at the time to give a treble and gain boost to the dark British amps. This allowed them to get a sound more in tune with the time, as guitars were starting to become a loud, bold, lead instrument. This pedal is a type of BOOSTER - not really a distortion pedal nor a clean boost - it does modify your sound quite a bit. It excites certain frequencies and pushes your amp to allow it to create rich tube distortion. The pedal colors your tone, with a crunchy overdrive, boosting certain frequencies, and warming the tone with NOS germanium transistors. It does not have a lot of compression and sustain like most OD pedals, but a more raw, open sound.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThis pedal has three tone settings from the tone switch- Center is a treble boost, the same as the original Dallas Rangemaster. UP is a fuller-frequency mid range boost (MID setting). Down is a LOW range, also quite a full frequency sound. Optionally AnalogMan can install a push\/pull switch (built into the volume knob) for 2 tone selections (treble and mids) but this option is not as good so they rarely build them.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThe Beano Boost is spectacular into an amp that is already cranked up pretty well. It will also work well into a clean amp, but you probably need to turn the volume on the pedal up, to make the tone thicker by hitting the amp harder and making it work more.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eAt 9:00 the Beano Boost is unity gain and may not sound very special into a clean amp. At 12:00 it starts to boost the volume and get thicker. At 3:00 it should be waking your tubes up like a passing jet plane.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eSo if you use a clean amp, it's not something you can just turn on and get a great sound at the same volume. 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Has about the same output level ON and OFF with the vol knob set at 9:00. At 11:00 there is about a 10dB boost, which sounds twice as loud. At 12:00 there is a 13dB boost, and up all the way is about an 18dB boost which is nearly twice as loud as it was at 11:00.\u003cbr\u003e• Durable Grey Hammertone (like original) powdercoated cast alloy case.\u003cbr\u003e• SIZE : 2.5\" wide x 4.75\" long x 1.5\" tall not including switches, etc.\u003cbr\u003e• Silk Screened graphics as seen on the pedal at the very top of the page.\u003cbr\u003e• Circuit hand-wired point to point like the original. No circuit board used. AnalogMan doesn't claim this is better than using a quality circuit board, but it works very well for this pedal. It does takes more time to build them.\u003cbr\u003e• With power jack added, it can use any normal Boss type 9V power supply, with no reverse polarity issues. They add circuitry to reduce power supply noise when the power jack is added.\u003cbr\u003e• This pedal uses only 5mA of power when on (LED) and barely any power when off (under .2mA!) so the battery will last hundreds of hours.\u003cbr\u003e• We usually run the BEANO BOOST directly into the input of your tube amp, with no buffers (i.e. tuners, or non-true bypass pedals) in the signal path. Most people have found they work best near the very beginning of your signal chain. Like the Fuzz Face, the Beano Boost MUST NOT have a buffered pedal in front of it. Something like a Boss pedal, even off, will make the Beano Boost sound VERY trebly and thin. 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AnalogMan Beano Boost w/Jack

Analog Man Beano Boost Pedal w/Power Jack

$190.00

Specifications:• True Bypass switching with minimal popping.• Includes optional "Boss Style" Power Jack for use with your standard 9v Power Supply• LED for on/off status• NOS Germanium Transistor chosen for low noise and best tone.• Three-way, short and sturdy toggle switch for tone selection:    - Middle: "HI" Standard Dallas Rangemaster tone, ...


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Analogman TS808/Silver Mod

Analog Man Ibanez TS-808 Overdrive Pedal w/Silver 808 Mod

$235.00

Ibanez TS-808 Reissue Overdrive, Silver 808 ModThis is a brand new Ibanez TS-808 with AnalogMan mods. AnalogMan has 2 mods for these, the SILVER MOD which will come out sounding just the same as their TS9/808/Silver, or the TRUE VINTAGE TS-808 mod, to add some MOJO. The TV mod looks the same exept no RE-J sticker on top. The TRUE VINTAGE mod is ...


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Analogman TS808/TV Mod w/TL

Analog Man Ibanez TS-808 Overdrive Pedal w/True Vintage Mod - NOS TL4558P chip

$235.00

Ibanez TS-808 Reissue Overdrive, True Vintage Mod with Vintage NOS TL4558P ChipThis is a brand new Ibanez TS-808 with AnalogMan mods. AnalogMan has 2 mods for these, the SILVER MOD which will come out sounding just the same as their TS9/808/Silver, or the TRUE VINTAGE TS-808 mod, to add some MOJO. The TV mod looks the same exept no RE-J sticker ...


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{"id":4289794506818,"title":"Analog Man Juicer Compressor Pedal w\/3-way Hi-Cut Switch","handle":"analogman-juicer-with-3-way-hi-cut-switch","description":"Juicer Compressor\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eAnalog Man Juicer compressor based on the Dan Armstrong Orange Squeezer.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cstrong\u003eAnalogMan Option:\u003c\/strong\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e• Add 3-way high cut switch\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cstrong\u003eFeatures:\u003c\/strong\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e• 100% original (not WD reissue) Dan Armstrong O.S. circuit and sound.\u003cbr\u003e• Power jack now standard, no more noise with cheap power supplies.\u003cbr\u003e• True Bypass with 3PDT switch\u003cbr\u003e• LED\u003cbr\u003e• NOS 2N5457 transistors, germanium diode and JRC4558 chip\u003cbr\u003e• Expensive high quality Matsushita\/Panasonic capacitors\u003cbr\u003e• Awesome as a stacking pedal into OD or Distortion pedals.\u003cbr\u003e• UK made RE'AN jacks for best noise isolation and operation.\u003cbr\u003e• Durable Orange Powder-Coated finish with Orange peel texture in 2003!\u003cbr\u003e• Small box 2.5\" x 4.75\" x 1.5\" not including jacks, switch, etc\u003cbr\u003e• One knob, external volume knob (original orange squeezer had a volume trim pot inside)\u003cbr\u003e• About 8 dB of gain available at factory BIAS setting.\u003cbr\u003e• The Bias trim pot is inside, as it does not need adjustment once it is set right.","published_at":"2019-10-20T08:38:51-04:00","created_at":"2019-10-20T08:38:51-04:00","vendor":"Analog Man","type":"Pedals and Effects","tags":["Brand_AnalogMan","Type_Compressor Pedals"],"price":20400,"price_min":20400,"price_max":20400,"available":true,"price_varies":false,"compare_at_price":0,"compare_at_price_min":0,"compare_at_price_max":0,"compare_at_price_varies":false,"variants":[{"id":30906048380994,"title":"Default Title","option1":"Default Title","option2":null,"option3":null,"sku":"ANALOGJUICER3WA","requires_shipping":true,"taxable":true,"featured_image":{"id":13212108521538,"product_id":4289794506818,"position":1,"created_at":"2019-10-20T08:38:51-04:00","updated_at":"2019-10-20T08:38:51-04:00","alt":"Analogman Juicer 3 Way Switch","width":1080,"height":1080,"src":"https:\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2015\/7205\/products\/AM_Juicer_w_3_Way_Toggle_02.jpg?v=1571575131","variant_ids":[30906048380994]},"available":true,"name":"Analog Man Juicer Compressor Pedal w\/3-way Hi-Cut Switch","public_title":null,"options":["Default Title"],"price":20400,"weight":0,"compare_at_price":0,"inventory_quantity":1,"inventory_management":"shopify","inventory_policy":"deny","barcode":"ANALOGJUICER3WA"}],"images":["\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2015\/7205\/products\/AM_Juicer_w_3_Way_Toggle_02.jpg?v=1571575131","\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2015\/7205\/products\/AM_Juicer_w_3_Way_Toggle_01.jpg?v=1571577490","\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2015\/7205\/products\/AM_Juicer_w_3_Way_Toggle_03.jpg?v=1571577490","\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2015\/7205\/products\/AM_Juicer_w_3_Way_Toggle_04.jpg?v=1571577490"],"featured_image":"\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2015\/7205\/products\/AM_Juicer_w_3_Way_Toggle_02.jpg?v=1571575131","options":["Title"],"content":"Juicer Compressor\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eAnalog Man Juicer compressor based on the Dan Armstrong Orange Squeezer.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cstrong\u003eAnalogMan Option:\u003c\/strong\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e• Add 3-way high cut switch\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cstrong\u003eFeatures:\u003c\/strong\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e• 100% original (not WD reissue) Dan Armstrong O.S. circuit and sound.\u003cbr\u003e• Power jack now standard, no more noise with cheap power supplies.\u003cbr\u003e• True Bypass with 3PDT switch\u003cbr\u003e• LED\u003cbr\u003e• NOS 2N5457 transistors, germanium diode and JRC4558 chip\u003cbr\u003e• Expensive high quality Matsushita\/Panasonic capacitors\u003cbr\u003e• Awesome as a stacking pedal into OD or Distortion pedals.\u003cbr\u003e• UK made RE'AN jacks for best noise isolation and operation.\u003cbr\u003e• Durable Orange Powder-Coated finish with Orange peel texture in 2003!\u003cbr\u003e• Small box 2.5\" x 4.75\" x 1.5\" not including jacks, switch, etc\u003cbr\u003e• One knob, external volume knob (original orange squeezer had a volume trim pot inside)\u003cbr\u003e• About 8 dB of gain available at factory BIAS setting.\u003cbr\u003e• The Bias trim pot is inside, as it does not need adjustment once it is set right."}
Analogman Juicer 3 Way Switch

Analog Man Juicer Compressor Pedal w/3-way Hi-Cut Switch

$204.00

Juicer CompressorAnalog Man Juicer compressor based on the Dan Armstrong Orange Squeezer.AnalogMan Option:• Add 3-way high cut switchFeatures:• 100% original (not WD reissue) Dan Armstrong O.S. circuit and sound.• Power jack now standard, no more noise with cheap power supplies.• True Bypass with 3PDT switch• LED• NOS 2N5457 transistors, germani...


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It does not have a lot of compression and sustain like most OD pedals, but a more raw, open sound.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThis pedal has three tone settings from the tone switch- Center is a treble boost, the same as the original Dallas Rangemaster. UP is a fuller-frequency mid range boost (MID setting). Down is a LOW range, also quite a full frequency sound.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThe Beano Boost is spectacular into an amp that is already cranked up pretty well. It will also work well into a clean amp, but you probably need to turn the volume on the pedal up, to make the tone thicker by hitting the amp harder and making it work more.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eAt 9:00 the Beano Boost is unity gain and may not sound very special into a clean amp. At 12:00 it starts to boost the volume and get thicker. At 3:00 it should be waking your tubes up like a passing jet plane.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eSo if you use a clean amp, it's not something you can just turn on and get a great sound at the same volume. However most of the time when you want more crunch you want more volume, so it may work out fine. The clips on my site are into a clean fender amp.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eBeano Boost requires an optional power jack in order to use any power supply. Power jack is optional because it works and sounds best without a battery. No reverse polarity issues on the power jack, normal 9V boss type will work. They don't just add a power jack, as that would be pretty noisy, they also add power filtering circuitry to the power jack connection to reduce power supply noise. 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Analogman Beano Mini w/Jack

Analog Man Mini Beano Boost Pedal w/Power Jack

$185.00

Mini Beano BoostThis pedal is based on the 1960s British Dallas Rangemaster, which was best at the time to give a treble and gain boost to the dark British amps. This allowed them to get a sound more in tune with the time, as guitars were starting to become a loud, bold, lead instrument. This pedal is a type of BOOSTER, not really a distortion p...


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This will allow my two favorite settings: medium depth \/ high speed for a LESLIE simulation, and high depth \/ low speed for a rich, thick chorusing. AnalogMan also likes a medium depth \/ low speed setting sometimes- this setting fills out your sound without really being noticeable until you turn it off, then you notice something is missing. The old Boss CE-1 Chorus Ensemble has a cool sound, but with one knob controlling both speed and depth of the Chorus, it cannot be dialed in to your favorite sounds. And it is not really designed to be used with guitar level signals, the CE-1 works a lot better at line level (keyboards, effects loops, etc). \u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eWhy does the AnalogMan chorus sound better than the others that are made today? Both the MN3207 and MN3007 are rated for 2.5% maximum Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) at a certain input voltage level. For the MN3007, this level is 0.78V RMS. For the MN3207, it's 0.25V RMS!! This means that the Aanalogman MN3007 that they use can take a much higher input signal level, which means much more dynamic range, and less noise. Think of it as trying to play your stereo at the same clean loud volume through a 78 watt solid state amp or a 25 watt S.S. amp. The 78 watt amp will have less distortion and noise, and sound much better at higher levels. 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AnalogMan Mini Chorus w/ Mix

Analog Man Mini Chorus Pedal w/ Mix Control Knob

$250.00

Description:The MINI-CHORUS is the same as the normal Analogman chorus, but in a smaller, hand stamped box. It is the same size as our small comprossors/juicers:2.5" x 4.75" x 1.5" not including jacks, switch, etcThis version comes with the external MIX (BLEND) knob.Same price as the normal Chorus, as the box is a little cheaper but the extra la...


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{"id":11355577102,"title":"Analog Man Peppermint Fuzz Pedal w\/Power Jack","handle":"analogman-peppermint-fuzz-pedal","description":"\u003cstrong\u003eSpecifications:\u003c\/strong\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e• True bypass on \/ off switch, no loss of tone when off.\u003cbr\u003e• Battery disconnected when INPUT cord removed (input is on the right).\u003cbr\u003e• Includes optional \"Boss Style\" power jack for use with external power supply (Note: Requires isolated power supply. This pedal uses a normal power jack, but polarity inside is reversed, so you cannot share power with another pedal)\u003cbr\u003e• Positive ground power. If you share a power supply with a normal pedal (negative ground), you will destroy the power supply. This means you can't use a daisy chain or a power supply with only one output. The PedalPower2 has all isolated outputs so that one would be safe.\u003cbr\u003e• Battery should be a cheap non-alkaline general purpose battery, as found in dollar stores. These sound better than an alkaline in this pedal, and even a cheap battery will last years since there is no LED.\u003cbr\u003e• For best sound, this effect should not have any buffers or non-true bypass effects between it and the guitar. But you can try other pedals before it for various effects.\u003cbr\u003e• Volume Knob (on the left) needs no explanation. Should be able to get nice and loud to kick up your amp.\u003cbr\u003e• Fuzz knob (on the right): Best to keep it up almost all the way up for craziest sounds. Turn it down for more normal fuzzface tones.\u003cbr\u003e• BUZZ knob: the knob in the center of the pedal. This allows controlling the sound of the fuzz from weak to hard edged fuzz. You can turn it down to get a warmer looser fuzz sound which can sometimes be useful. Turning it up gets louder and harder, good for Neil Young sounds. You may find you need to turn it down a bit (CCW) at higher temperatures, and up (CW) at lower temperatures. For standard fuzzface tones turn the BUZZ knob down a bit along with the FUZZ knob.\u003cbr\u003e• DOES NOT really clean up when you back down your guitar like the AnalogMan Sunface fuzz. But turning the guitar down some makes it cut better by removing some sustain and low end, makes it a little more jangly if that makes any sense. For example I will play some chords with the volume up high, then back it off a bit for some lead licks.\u003cbr\u003e• There is a trimpot inside the pedal that allows it to work at various temperatures, and for different sounds. It is a blue square thing with a white center with a screwdriver slot. Use a tiny screwdriver to gently turn the white center part. Set it by plugging a guitar straight into the pedal, and turning fuzz and vol knobs up all the way. Then set the BUZZ knob depending on what sounds you want. For normal fuzz sounds, turn the BUZZ knob all the way down. For more buzzy, gated sounds, like a Sitar, turn the BUZZ knob to about 12:00. Turn the trimpot fully CCW (counter clockwise) and the sound should stop (gated). Then without playing the guitar, turn the trimpot clockwise to find the spot where the ambient noise from the guitar starts to come through. This setting changes depending on temperature and buzz knob setting. Try various trimpot settings to get different sounds.\u003cbr\u003e• For Sitar like sounds, turn the fuzz knob up all the way then back the guitar down until the sustain dies (usually a few numbers on a standard strat type guitar). BUZZ knob setting will depend on trimpot setting.\u003cbr\u003e• Optional ON\/OFF fuzz pot: turning the FUZZ knob all the way down will click and disconnect the battery. This is useful if you run in a tight pedalboard where there is no room to pull out the input cable to disconnect the battery when you are done playing. \u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cstrong\u003eDescription:\u003c\/strong\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThe PEPPERMINT FUZZ is similar to a fuzzface in architecture but has specific tweeks to make it more flexible and sound much crazier.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThere were some nasty, buzzy fuzz pedals made in the mid 1960s. Some best examples are the Mosrite Fuzzrite, Maestro Fuzz Tone, Jordan Bosstone, Kay fuzz, etc. AnalogMan found some super high gain germanium transistors in late 2006 that could be tuned to get those sounds so they are finally able to offer a few hundred of these pedals, which they named the PEPPERMINT FUZZ in tribute to the song INCENSE AND PEPPERMINTS which features this very sound. It can also be used for some later punk rock sounds like the Stooges, etc. It can also do a decent late 60s Fuzzface sound if dialed in properly, and can get very close to the oldest 2 knob TONE BENDER pedals (MK-I and MK-II).\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eAll Peppermint fuzz pedals have always been hand made in the USA. 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This pedal uses a normal power jack, but polarity inside is reversed, so you cannot share power with another pedal)\u003cbr\u003e• Positive ground power. If you share a power supply with a normal pedal (negative ground), you will destroy the power supply. This means you can't use a daisy chain or a power supply with only one output. The PedalPower2 has all isolated outputs so that one would be safe.\u003cbr\u003e• Battery should be a cheap non-alkaline general purpose battery, as found in dollar stores. These sound better than an alkaline in this pedal, and even a cheap battery will last years since there is no LED.\u003cbr\u003e• For best sound, this effect should not have any buffers or non-true bypass effects between it and the guitar. But you can try other pedals before it for various effects.\u003cbr\u003e• Volume Knob (on the left) needs no explanation. Should be able to get nice and loud to kick up your amp.\u003cbr\u003e• Fuzz knob (on the right): Best to keep it up almost all the way up for craziest sounds. Turn it down for more normal fuzzface tones.\u003cbr\u003e• BUZZ knob: the knob in the center of the pedal. This allows controlling the sound of the fuzz from weak to hard edged fuzz. You can turn it down to get a warmer looser fuzz sound which can sometimes be useful. Turning it up gets louder and harder, good for Neil Young sounds. You may find you need to turn it down a bit (CCW) at higher temperatures, and up (CW) at lower temperatures. For standard fuzzface tones turn the BUZZ knob down a bit along with the FUZZ knob.\u003cbr\u003e• DOES NOT really clean up when you back down your guitar like the AnalogMan Sunface fuzz. But turning the guitar down some makes it cut better by removing some sustain and low end, makes it a little more jangly if that makes any sense. For example I will play some chords with the volume up high, then back it off a bit for some lead licks.\u003cbr\u003e• There is a trimpot inside the pedal that allows it to work at various temperatures, and for different sounds. It is a blue square thing with a white center with a screwdriver slot. Use a tiny screwdriver to gently turn the white center part. Set it by plugging a guitar straight into the pedal, and turning fuzz and vol knobs up all the way. Then set the BUZZ knob depending on what sounds you want. For normal fuzz sounds, turn the BUZZ knob all the way down. For more buzzy, gated sounds, like a Sitar, turn the BUZZ knob to about 12:00. Turn the trimpot fully CCW (counter clockwise) and the sound should stop (gated). Then without playing the guitar, turn the trimpot clockwise to find the spot where the ambient noise from the guitar starts to come through. This setting changes depending on temperature and buzz knob setting. Try various trimpot settings to get different sounds.\u003cbr\u003e• For Sitar like sounds, turn the fuzz knob up all the way then back the guitar down until the sustain dies (usually a few numbers on a standard strat type guitar). BUZZ knob setting will depend on trimpot setting.\u003cbr\u003e• Optional ON\/OFF fuzz pot: turning the FUZZ knob all the way down will click and disconnect the battery. This is useful if you run in a tight pedalboard where there is no room to pull out the input cable to disconnect the battery when you are done playing. \u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cstrong\u003eDescription:\u003c\/strong\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThe PEPPERMINT FUZZ is similar to a fuzzface in architecture but has specific tweeks to make it more flexible and sound much crazier.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThere were some nasty, buzzy fuzz pedals made in the mid 1960s. Some best examples are the Mosrite Fuzzrite, Maestro Fuzz Tone, Jordan Bosstone, Kay fuzz, etc. AnalogMan found some super high gain germanium transistors in late 2006 that could be tuned to get those sounds so they are finally able to offer a few hundred of these pedals, which they named the PEPPERMINT FUZZ in tribute to the song INCENSE AND PEPPERMINTS which features this very sound. It can also be used for some later punk rock sounds like the Stooges, etc. It can also do a decent late 60s Fuzzface sound if dialed in properly, and can get very close to the oldest 2 knob TONE BENDER pedals (MK-I and MK-II).\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eAll Peppermint fuzz pedals have always been hand made in the USA. "}
AnalogMan Peppermint Fuzz

Analog Man Peppermint Fuzz Pedal w/Power Jack

$200.00

Specifications:• True bypass on / off switch, no loss of tone when off.• Battery disconnected when INPUT cord removed (input is on the right).• Includes optional "Boss Style" power jack for use with external power supply (Note: Requires isolated power supply. This pedal uses a normal power jack, but polarity inside is reversed, so you cannot s...


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AnalogMan Prince of Tone OD

Analog Man Prince of Tone Overdrive Pedal

$148.00

Description:The Prince of Tone pedal is the same as one half of the King of Tone pedal, with an external MODE switch standard. The DISTORTION mode is improved though, for a louder, stronger distortion sound.The TREBLE trimpot is inside, just like the KOT.There are also two new DIP switches inside! They are a bit subtle at some knob settings and ...


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Analogman Comprossor Small

Analog Man Small Comprossor Compressor Pedal w/External Mix & Attack Knob

$240.00

Small CompROSSor CompressorSmaller version of the Analog Man compROSSor, based on the old Dynacomp and Ross compressors, upgraded with improved output impedance, not out-of-phase, and optional added attack and mix controls. AnalogMan Options:• REV5 with ATTACK and MIX knobsFeatures:• Modified Ross specs with hand tested, selected transistors and...


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{"id":4289790017602,"title":"Analog Man Sun Bender MK 1.5 Fuzz Pedal w\/Power Jack","handle":"analogman-sun-bender-mk-1-5-w-power-jack","description":"Sun Bender MK1.5 Fuzz\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThe Analog Man Sun Bender MK1.5 custom built fuzz pedal. Early two transistor Tone Bender circuit.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThis is an exact Tonebender MK1.5 pedal topology, but with a few part values tweaked a bit for better performance. They made the BIAS resistor adjustable on the BIAS knob in the center of the pedal, as there are some great sounds to be had by running higher bias than normal. It gets brighter and cuts through better when it's overbiased. Some people like the bias lower for a deeper but softer sound. There is also a blue MASTER BIAS trimpot inside to set the center setting of the BIAS knob. They set it at 5V at the shop and normally you should not need to use that. 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Simply copying a schematic would have been easier, but they want to make the pedal as great sounding as possible, and allow it to work with various guitars and amps.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eSo this is their updated take on a MK1.5 Tonebender. \u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThe FUZZ knob is more useful on the Sun Bender than on a Fuzz Face\/Sun Face, you can turn it down as much as you like and still get great tones. \u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThese have an interesting, gradual cleanup, unlike a Fuzz Face which tends to get too clean too fast. Back a Tele down anywhere from 4-7 on it's volume knob, and with your picking attack you can go from almost clean to awesome Tweed amp distortion sounds up to a fuzzy tube amp distortion. Very natural sounding! The white CLEAN trimpot can be used to preset this less saturated, crunchy distortion sound. \u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThey get asked about the differences between this and their MKIV Sun Bender a lot. 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Early two transistor Tone Bender circuit.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThis is an exact Tonebender MK1.5 pedal topology, but with a few part values tweaked a bit for better performance. They made the BIAS resistor adjustable on the BIAS knob in the center of the pedal, as there are some great sounds to be had by running higher bias than normal. It gets brighter and cuts through better when it's overbiased. Some people like the bias lower for a deeper but softer sound. There is also a blue MASTER BIAS trimpot inside to set the center setting of the BIAS knob. They set it at 5V at the shop and normally you should not need to use that. But at high or low temperatures it can come in handy if the bias changes.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThese can also get a cool GATED sound like a Tonebender MKI, by setting the MASTER BIAS a bit lower. Lately they are setting the internal knob a bit lower so that you can get these sounds by turning the center BIAS knob down all the way. It still allows for normal sounds by turning the bias up.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThey also changed a capacitor value slightly to make it sound and work better. In addition, they added the CLEAN trimpot like their Sun Face, as it helps preset the pedal for cleaner, or less bassy tones that some people like, especially with hotter pickups. These clean up with a nice crunchy sound when you turn the guitar or the clean trimpot down. They recently changed a resistor value slightly to make them a bit louder. Some people, especially with humbuckers, were complaining that the normal MK1.5 was not loud enough for them, so this should help. 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Analogman Sun Bender MK 1.5

Analog Man Sun Bender MK 1.5 Fuzz Pedal w/Power Jack

$270.00

Sun Bender MK1.5 FuzzThe Analog Man Sun Bender MK1.5 custom built fuzz pedal. Early two transistor Tone Bender circuit.This is an exact Tonebender MK1.5 pedal topology, but with a few part values tweaked a bit for better performance. They made the BIAS resistor adjustable on the BIAS knob in the center of the pedal, as there are some great sound...


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After that, they made a version with two NOS Russian transistors, which they found closest to the originals in sound and even looks, and one of the old Mullards. The Russians sound about the same in the MKIV, as they are not critical in that part of the circuit. These first two transistors are in a \"Darlington Pair\" configuration which gives them very high gain. \u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eAanalogMan gets asked about the differences between this and their MKI.5 Sun Bender a lot. The MK1.5 is more raw and 1960s sounding, with a BIAS knob, and gets nice cleaner sounds too. The MKIV is more saturated and 1970s sounding, and has a tone control that can go from thick to thin and trebly.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cstrong\u003eFeatures:\u003c\/strong\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e• Top Jacks for tight pedalboards\u003cbr\u003e• Battery power only, battery may last a year of normal use (120 hours of use).\u003cbr\u003e• Volume increased over the original, for a nice loud fuzz sound that will cut through.\u003cbr\u003e• Tone knob is reversed to \"normal\", down for bass, up for treble.\u003cbr\u003e• Bias trimpot, does not need to be adjusted.\u003cbr\u003e• SIZE : 2-5\/16\" x 4-5\/16\", MXR size 1290\/1590B enclosure.\u003cbr\u003e• Buffers before the MK-IV do not hurt the tone much, makes it brighter and tighter. Clean up is not like a germanium Sun Face so that does not get changed much with a buffer. 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These are known as MK-III and MK-IV versions, also known as \"thin case\" Tone-Benders. The grey one (MK-III) was made in 1973 and can be seen on some live pictures with Jimmy Page. Some RotoSound and Park fuzz pedals also used this circuit. AnalogMan owns three original versions of these pedals which they studied to make theirs. The rare yellow MK-IV model was sent to us from a customer in Germany who LOVED the sound but wanted a smaller, more reliable clone that was made and sounded EXACTLY the same. That led AnalogMan to the R \u0026amp; D which they used to make their production pedal after they made his custom exact clone.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThese fuzz pedals use 3 germanium transistors and have a TONE knob unlike the earlier MKI, MK1.5, and MK-II versions. The tone knob goes from a bassy tone to a trebly tone, it's sort of a \"mix\" knob in the way it works, it does not just cut highs or lows. 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These first two transistors are in a \"Darlington Pair\" configuration which gives them very high gain. \u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eAanalogMan gets asked about the differences between this and their MKI.5 Sun Bender a lot. The MK1.5 is more raw and 1960s sounding, with a BIAS knob, and gets nice cleaner sounds too. 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Analogman Sun Bender MK IV

Analog Man Sun Bender MK IV Fuzz Pedal

$255.00

Sun Bender MK-IV FuzzTonebender MKIII/MKIV Clone, built with NOS parts including germanium MULLARD transistor.This fuzz pedal is a blueprinted version of the old Sola Sound/Colorsound/VOX tonebenders that had three germanium transistors and a TONE knob. These are known as MK-III and MK-IV versions, also known as "thin case" Tone-Benders. The gre...


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AnalogMan Sun Face Std Germ

Analog Man Sun Face Fuzz Pedal w/2N USA Germanium Transisters, Red LED, Power Jack & Sundial Knob

$270.00

Sun Face Fuzz Analog Man Sun Face pedals cover all of the Fuzz Face versions plus more, handmade to your specs with more options than any other fuzz pedal. AnalogMan is now making these in their own cases, as the Analog Man Sun Face. They are hand-built in the USA in small gold boxes, with their own USA made SUNFACE circuit board, which was made...


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Analogman Sun Face Hi Gain Ge

Analog Man Sun Face Fuzz Pedal w/High Gain Germanium Transisters, Red LED, Power Jack & Sundial Knob

$240.00

Sun Face Fuzz Analog Man Sun Face pedals cover all of the Fuzz Face versions plus more, handmade to your specs with more options than any other fuzz pedal. AnalogMan is now making these in their own cases, as the Analog Man Sun Face. They are hand-built in the USA in small gold boxes, with their own USA made SUNFACE circuit board, which was made...


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Analogman Sun Face RCA Lo Gain

Analog Man Sun Face Fuzz Pedal w/RCA Germanium Low Gain Transisters, Red LED, Power Jack & Sundial Knob

$240.00

Sun Face Fuzz Analog Man Sun Face pedals cover all of the Fuzz Face versions plus more, handmade to your specs with more options than any other fuzz pedal. AnalogMan is now making these in their own cases, as the Analog Man Sun Face. They are hand-built in the USA in small gold boxes, with their own USA made SUNFACE circuit board, which was made...


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Analogman Sun Face Red Dot NTK

Analog Man Sun Face Fuzz Pedal w/Red Dot NKT Low Gain Transisters, Red LED, Power Jack & Sundial Knob

$265.00

Sun Face Fuzz Analog Man Sun Face pedals cover all of the Fuzz Face versions plus more, handmade to your specs with more options than any other fuzz pedal. AnalogMan is now making these in their own cases, as the Analog Man Sun Face. They are hand-built in the USA in small gold boxes, with their own USA made SUNFACE circuit board, which was made...


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AnalogMan Sun Face BC-109B

Analog Man Sun Face Fuzz Pedal w/Silicon Philips BC109B, Red LED, Power Jack & Sundial Knob

$240.00

Sun Face Fuzz Analog Man Sun Face pedals cover all of the Fuzz Face versions plus more, handmade to your specs with more options than any other fuzz pedal. AnalogMan is now making these in their own cases, as the Analog Man Sun Face. They are hand-built in the USA in small gold boxes, with their own USA made SUNFACE circuit board, which was made...


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This trim pot acts like turning down the VOLUME knob on your guitar, to clean up the fuzz. It can be used to preset the sound as with the volume knob rolled back a bit. It also allows easier control of the volume knob on your guitar when the white CLEAN trim pot is turned a bit. It can also be used to kill Radio Frequency Interference, which may be a problem on high gain pedals in some areas, by turning it down a hair. The CLEAN trimpot will also allow the sunface to work better after a vintage style wah pedal, without having to use a foxrox wah retrofit. It does not reduce the amount of fuzz that much, with humbuckers it can actually seem to have MORE fuzz by turning it a bit. 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They are hand-built in the USA in small gold boxes, with their own USA made SUNFACE circuit board, which was made small enough to fit in almost any enclosure. This is a VERY high quality board of the same type used on their other pedals. It is better quality than almost any other fuzzface clone you will find, with shielding, plated through-holes, etc to meet military specs. It also has an internal CLEAN trim pot (white knob). This trim pot acts like turning down the VOLUME knob on your guitar, to clean up the fuzz. It can be used to preset the sound as with the volume knob rolled back a bit. It also allows easier control of the volume knob on your guitar when the white CLEAN trim pot is turned a bit. It can also be used to kill Radio Frequency Interference, which may be a problem on high gain pedals in some areas, by turning it down a hair. The CLEAN trimpot will also allow the sunface to work better after a vintage style wah pedal, without having to use a foxrox wah retrofit. It does not reduce the amount of fuzz that much, with humbuckers it can actually seem to have MORE fuzz by turning it a bit. Like all their handmade pedals, the Sunface has true bypass, so when off they do not alter your sound at all.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cstrong\u003eAnalogMan Options:\u003c\/strong\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e• Low Gain vintage germaniums\u003cbr\u003e• Add LED: Red\u003cbr\u003e• Power Options: Power Jack\u003cbr\u003e• Sunface Options: Sundial knob"}
AnalogMan Sun Face Low Gain GE

Analog Man Sun Face Fuzz Pedal w/Vintage Germanium Low Gain Transisters, Red LED, Power Jack & Sundial Knob

$240.00

Sun Face Fuzz Analog Man Sun Face pedals cover all of the Fuzz Face versions plus more, handmade to your specs with more options than any other fuzz pedal. AnalogMan is now making these in their own cases, as the Analog Man Sun Face. They are hand-built in the USA in small gold boxes, with their own USA made SUNFACE circuit board, which was made...


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{"id":4289790083138,"title":"Analog Man Sun Lion Fuzz Booster Pedal w\/Germanium 2N USA Transistors, Side Jacks and Power Jack","handle":"analogman-sun-lion-fuzz-booster-w-germanium-2n-usa-transistors-side-jacks-and-power-jack-br-br","description":"Sun Lion Fuzz Booster\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eTwo AnalogMan pedals in one!! Inside this pedal is a Beano Boost and a Sun Face Fuzz.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cstrong\u003eLeft side is the BEANO BOOST:\u003c\/strong\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e• BOOST KNOB, Volume of the Beano Boost, controls the amount of CRUNCH by driving your amp harder.\u003cbr\u003e• ON\/OFF power switch is optional on the BEANO VOLUME KNOB.\u003cbr\u003e• Toggle TONE SWITCH with 3 positions. Up = Midrange, Center=Treble, Down=Low range boost.\u003cbr\u003e• Circuit is hand wired just like the original version. Most other Rangemaster clones use circuit boards.\u003cbr\u003e• Has about the same output level ON and OFF with the BOOST knob set at 9:00. At 11:00 there is about a 10dB boost, which sounds twice as loud. At 12:00 there is a 13dB boost, and up all the way is about an 18dB boost which is nearly twice as loud as it was at 11:00.\u003cbr\u003e \u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cstrong\u003eRight side is the SUN FACE:\u003c\/strong\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e• VOL Knob needs no explanation. Audio taper volume pot.\u003cbr\u003e• FUZZ knob : Best to keep it up or almost up all the way, and use the VOLUME knob on your guitar or the TRIMMER knob to control the amount of fuzz.\u003cbr\u003e• TRIMMER : The white knob on the circuit board (TRIM103). You can turn this one with your fingers. Normal setting is full CCW, for full full fuzz availability. This knob works the same as the VOLUME control on your guitar, which interactively cleans up the fuzz sound. So if you never use the FULL fuzz sound, use this knob as a preset for the maximum amount of fuzz that you need, instead of having to turn down your guitar every time you step on the fuzz. When this knob is turned all the way up (CCW) it is completely out of the circuit, as if it were not even there. Then the circuit is identical to an original 1968 germanium Fuzz Face.\u003cbr\u003e• SUN knob: This is the knob in the center of the pedal’s SUN FACE, also called the Sun Dial. It is set by us to the “sweet spot” for the fuzz, just under 5 volts on the High transistor at about 70 degrees temperature. It is set with the mark at 12:00 on the SUN knob. You may try other settings, you can turn it down to get a stuttering, weak fuzz sound which can sometimes be useful. Or turn it up for a harder, less fuzzy sound. If you have a voltmeter, you can test the voltage so you can keep it set where you want it. Put the (+) lead to ground, one of the screw holes on the case will work. Put the (-) lead to the HIGH transitor leg closest to R23 (says VOLT-\u0026gt; on the picture, pointing to the correct leg). About 5 volts is best for cleaner sounds. I would not set it too high, much over 6 or 7 volts. When it is set at 4.5 to 5 volts, it is the same circuit as the original 1968 germanium fuzzface. You may find you need to turn it down (CCW) at higher temperatures, and up (CW) at lower temperatures. This BIAS adjustment allows it to work well at any temperature.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cstrong\u003eAnalogMan Options:\u003c\/strong\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e• Jack Location: Side Jacks\u003cbr\u003e• Add a Power Jack: Boss Style Power Jack\u003cbr\u003e• Transistor Options: Standard Germanium 2N USA\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cstrong\u003eFeatures:\u003c\/strong\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e• True Bypass on both sides\u003cbr\u003e• Two 3PDT stomp switches, one for each side. Either or both can be used.\u003cbr\u003e• Status LED on each side.\u003cbr\u003e• NOS Germanium transistor, selected for best tone and low noise on Beano side.\u003cbr\u003e• High quality RE’AN British input and output jacks, top mounted for pedalboards. \u003cbr\u003e• Battery disconnected when INPUT cord removed (input is on the right). \u003cbr\u003e• Sun Dial bias control is standard. \u003cbr\u003e• Battery should be a cheap non-alkaline general purpose battery, as found in the dollar stores. These will sound better than an alkaline. Some third party power supplies have a \"SAG\" function that replicates the slightly different voltage of a non-alkaline battery.\u003cbr\u003e• This effect should not have any non-true bypass effects in front of it. Otherwise, the fuzz’s cleanup function will not work well.\u003cbr\u003e• Size is 4.75\" wide, 3.75\" long, and 1.5\" tall not including switch etc (about 2 1\/8\" tall to the switch).","published_at":"2019-10-20T08:32:50-04:00","created_at":"2019-10-20T08:32:50-04:00","vendor":"Analog Man","type":"Pedals and Effects","tags":["Brand_AnalogMan","Type_Boost Pedals","Type_Fuzz Pedals"],"price":37000,"price_min":37000,"price_max":37000,"available":false,"price_varies":false,"compare_at_price":0,"compare_at_price_min":0,"compare_at_price_max":0,"compare_at_price_varies":false,"variants":[{"id":30906030293058,"title":"Default Title","option1":"Default Title","option2":null,"option3":null,"sku":"ANALOGSUNLIONRC","requires_shipping":true,"taxable":true,"featured_image":{"id":13212092137538,"product_id":4289790083138,"position":1,"created_at":"2019-10-20T08:32:50-04:00","updated_at":"2019-10-20T08:32:50-04:00","alt":"Analogman Sun Lion 2N SJ PJ","width":1080,"height":1080,"src":"https:\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2015\/7205\/products\/AM_Sun_Lion_2N_SJ_PJ_02.jpg?v=1571574770","variant_ids":[30906030293058]},"available":false,"name":"Analog Man Sun Lion Fuzz Booster Pedal w\/Germanium 2N USA Transistors, Side Jacks and Power Jack","public_title":null,"options":["Default Title"],"price":37000,"weight":0,"compare_at_price":0,"inventory_quantity":0,"inventory_management":"shopify","inventory_policy":"deny","barcode":"ANALOGSUNLIONRC"}],"images":["\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2015\/7205\/products\/AM_Sun_Lion_2N_SJ_PJ_02.jpg?v=1571574770","\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2015\/7205\/products\/AM_Sun_Lion_2N_SJ_PJ_01.jpg?v=1571578394","\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2015\/7205\/products\/AM_Sun_Lion_2N_SJ_PJ_03.jpg?v=1571578394","\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2015\/7205\/products\/AM_Sun_Lion_2N_SJ_PJ_04.jpg?v=1571578394"],"featured_image":"\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2015\/7205\/products\/AM_Sun_Lion_2N_SJ_PJ_02.jpg?v=1571574770","options":["Title"],"content":"Sun Lion Fuzz Booster\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eTwo AnalogMan pedals in one!! Inside this pedal is a Beano Boost and a Sun Face Fuzz.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cstrong\u003eLeft side is the BEANO BOOST:\u003c\/strong\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e• BOOST KNOB, Volume of the Beano Boost, controls the amount of CRUNCH by driving your amp harder.\u003cbr\u003e• ON\/OFF power switch is optional on the BEANO VOLUME KNOB.\u003cbr\u003e• Toggle TONE SWITCH with 3 positions. Up = Midrange, Center=Treble, Down=Low range boost.\u003cbr\u003e• Circuit is hand wired just like the original version. Most other Rangemaster clones use circuit boards.\u003cbr\u003e• Has about the same output level ON and OFF with the BOOST knob set at 9:00. At 11:00 there is about a 10dB boost, which sounds twice as loud. At 12:00 there is a 13dB boost, and up all the way is about an 18dB boost which is nearly twice as loud as it was at 11:00.\u003cbr\u003e \u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cstrong\u003eRight side is the SUN FACE:\u003c\/strong\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e• VOL Knob needs no explanation. Audio taper volume pot.\u003cbr\u003e• FUZZ knob : Best to keep it up or almost up all the way, and use the VOLUME knob on your guitar or the TRIMMER knob to control the amount of fuzz.\u003cbr\u003e• TRIMMER : The white knob on the circuit board (TRIM103). You can turn this one with your fingers. Normal setting is full CCW, for full full fuzz availability. This knob works the same as the VOLUME control on your guitar, which interactively cleans up the fuzz sound. So if you never use the FULL fuzz sound, use this knob as a preset for the maximum amount of fuzz that you need, instead of having to turn down your guitar every time you step on the fuzz. When this knob is turned all the way up (CCW) it is completely out of the circuit, as if it were not even there. Then the circuit is identical to an original 1968 germanium Fuzz Face.\u003cbr\u003e• SUN knob: This is the knob in the center of the pedal’s SUN FACE, also called the Sun Dial. It is set by us to the “sweet spot” for the fuzz, just under 5 volts on the High transistor at about 70 degrees temperature. It is set with the mark at 12:00 on the SUN knob. You may try other settings, you can turn it down to get a stuttering, weak fuzz sound which can sometimes be useful. Or turn it up for a harder, less fuzzy sound. If you have a voltmeter, you can test the voltage so you can keep it set where you want it. Put the (+) lead to ground, one of the screw holes on the case will work. Put the (-) lead to the HIGH transitor leg closest to R23 (says VOLT-\u0026gt; on the picture, pointing to the correct leg). About 5 volts is best for cleaner sounds. I would not set it too high, much over 6 or 7 volts. When it is set at 4.5 to 5 volts, it is the same circuit as the original 1968 germanium fuzzface. You may find you need to turn it down (CCW) at higher temperatures, and up (CW) at lower temperatures. This BIAS adjustment allows it to work well at any temperature.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cstrong\u003eAnalogMan Options:\u003c\/strong\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e• Jack Location: Side Jacks\u003cbr\u003e• Add a Power Jack: Boss Style Power Jack\u003cbr\u003e• Transistor Options: Standard Germanium 2N USA\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cstrong\u003eFeatures:\u003c\/strong\u003e\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003e• True Bypass on both sides\u003cbr\u003e• Two 3PDT stomp switches, one for each side. Either or both can be used.\u003cbr\u003e• Status LED on each side.\u003cbr\u003e• NOS Germanium transistor, selected for best tone and low noise on Beano side.\u003cbr\u003e• High quality RE’AN British input and output jacks, top mounted for pedalboards. \u003cbr\u003e• Battery disconnected when INPUT cord removed (input is on the right). \u003cbr\u003e• Sun Dial bias control is standard. \u003cbr\u003e• Battery should be a cheap non-alkaline general purpose battery, as found in the dollar stores. These will sound better than an alkaline. Some third party power supplies have a \"SAG\" function that replicates the slightly different voltage of a non-alkaline battery.\u003cbr\u003e• This effect should not have any non-true bypass effects in front of it. Otherwise, the fuzz’s cleanup function will not work well.\u003cbr\u003e• Size is 4.75\" wide, 3.75\" long, and 1.5\" tall not including switch etc (about 2 1\/8\" tall to the switch)."}
Analogman Sun Lion 2N SJ PJ

Analog Man Sun Lion Fuzz Booster Pedal w/Germanium 2N USA Transistors, Side Jacks and Power Jack

$370.00

Sun Lion Fuzz BoosterTwo AnalogMan pedals in one!! Inside this pedal is a Beano Boost and a Sun Face Fuzz.Left side is the BEANO BOOST:• BOOST KNOB, Volume of the Beano Boost, controls the amount of CRUNCH by driving your amp harder.• ON/OFF power switch is optional on the BEANO VOLUME KNOB.• Toggle TONE SWITCH with 3 positions. Up = Midrange, C...


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