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Selling my year old Fender 68 Princeton Reverb reissue because I just dont use it much. I upgraded the speaker to a Weber Ferromax 10F150T 8 ohm, 50w upgraded the electronics inside using the Fromel Electronics supreme mod kit $75. Here are details from Fromels site regarding the mod kit Our complete mod kit changes the power supply of the phase inverter to the unused anode in the power filteri...
I purchased this 1973 Fender Twin Reverb from her original owner, who was in a touring bar band from the mid 70s to the mid 80s. She was a structural and cosmetic mess who I have lovingly restored. My work included- a new cabinet from Mather Amp Cabinets in Virginia Beach, Virginia- newly reconed vintage speakers from Northwest Speakers and Equipment in Smyrna, Georgia- new speaker connection- ...
This is a Mu-Tron Micro V Envelope Filter clone. Also known as an Auto-Wah, an envelope filter produce a wah-wah effect that varies with the strength of your picking. The switch selects between a traditional wah or an oww effect. The knob controls the sensitivity.Meticulously wired by hand in Roswell, Georgia using a circuitboard created by a master pedal builder, it is constructed with high qu...
This is an Octavia clone, a fuzz pedal with an octave-down feature that can be switched in or out. From left to right, the knobs are Volume, Octave Intensity, and Fuzz Gain. The left footswitch is the bypass while the right footswitch controls the octave-down. Meticulously wired by hand here in Roswell, Georgia using a circuitboard created by a master pedal builder, it is constructed with Xicon...
This is a Marshall Guvnor clone, a flexible and excellent-sounding overdrive pedal. From left to right, the knobs are Volume, Bass, Mid, Treble, Drive. The switch selects between a crunchy and a classic overdrive. Although the controls are not labeled, its very easy and intuitive to use. Meticulously wired by hand here in Roswell, Georgia using a circuitboard created a by master pedal builder, ...
This is a Tone Bender MkIV clone. The MkIV is sometimes called a 3-knob Tone Bender controls are volume, tone and fuzz. It IS equipped with Germanium transistors and sounds excellent.Meticulously wired by hand here in Roswell, Georgia using a circuitboard created by a master pedal builder, its constructed with carbon composite resistors, film capacitors, Germanium transistors, and a true-bypass...
This is a Mosrite Fuzzrite clone, a very famous fuzz pedal from the late 1960s. I nicknamed it, Fuzz-Wrong for its snarling tone. Built with Xicon carbon comp resistors and WIMA film capacitors, I meticulously wired it by hand here in Roswell, Georgia using a circuitboard created by a master pedal builder. It is true-bypass, comes with a fresh 9V battery and can also be powered by a standard Bo...
This is a Fulltone 70 fuzz pedal clone, a modified Arbiter Fuzz Face made with silicon transistors. The transistors are mounted in sockets and can be changed to customize the sound. It comes with a set of matched set 2N2222 NPN transistors although any NPN transistors will work. Built with Xicon carbon comp resistors and Panasonic film capacitors, it was meticulously wired by hand here in Roswe...
This is a Shin Ei FY-2 Companion Fuzz clone, a popular fuzz pedal from the late 1960s and the raspiest, nastiest, most wicked fuzz pedal that Ive ever used. Built with Xicon metal film resistors and Panasonic film capacitors, it was meticulously wired by hand here in Roswell, Georgia using a circuitboard created by a master pedal builder. It is true-bypass, comes with a fresh 9V battery and can...
This is a Maestro Brassmaster clone, an octave down fuzz pedal from the early 70s. It was designed as an bass guitar effect and was made famous by Chris Squire of Yes, but also works great on guitar - think Ron Ashetons tone on I Wanna be Your Dog by The Stooges.Built with Xicon metal film resistors and Panasonic film capacitors, it was and meticulously wired by hand here in Roswell, Georgia us...
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