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Posting expires: 06/25/19General Description and Classification Standards Assists with design, installation, testing, repairs, and calibration of complex electrical, electronic and mechanical equipment such as flow meters, pressure transducers, water quality analyzers, and remote controlling devices including electronic and solid state relays, Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) and fiber opti...
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 Jordan Bosstone clone, a popular fuzztone used on many psychedelic hits of the late 1960s, including Norman Greenbaums, Spirit in the Sky. While original Bosstones were housed in a cheap plastic cases, this clone is housed in a cast aluminum housing that can stand all kinds of abuse. Built with Xicon metal film resistors and Panasonic film capacitors, it was meticulously wired by hand...
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 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 Big Muff Pi clone using the infamous Op Amp-based circuit late 1970s - think Billy Corgans sound on The Smashing Pumpkins LP, Siamese Dream. It was constructed using WIMA capacitors and Xicon carbon comp resistors and was meticulously wired by hand in Roswell, Georgia using a circuitboard created by a master pedal builder. It comes with a fresh 9V battery and can also be used with a s...
This is a Big Muff Pi clone built using the famous triangle circuit - think David Gilmours sound on Echos from Pink Floyds Meddle LP. It was constructed with Xicon metal film resistors and Panasonic film capacitors for low noise and was meticulously wired by hand in Roswell, Georgia using a circuitboard created by a master pedal builder. It comes with a fresh 9V battery and can also be used wit...
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...
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