Fuzz Pedals

Supa MKII Fuzz

Supa MKII Fuzz Sheet
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Supa MKII Fuzz - Vintage Enclosure
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Supa MKII Fuzz - Vintage Enclosure
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Supa MKII Fuzz - Vintage Enclosure
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Supa MKII Fuzz - Vintage Enclosure
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Supa MKII Fuzz - Vintage Enclosure
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The Supa MKII Fuzz is my take on both the Sola Sound Tone Bender MKII* and the Marshall Supa Fuzz*.  These pedals represent my favorite combination of component choices and modifications of these two classic fuzz circuits.  

These will be available in two forms:

Vintage Rotosound style enclosure with 3 controls: Level, Attack & Bias

Hammond 1590p1 enclosure with 2 controls (Level& Attack) with fixed bias

 

Each Supa MKII Fuzz features:

3x Black Glass or TO-1 Vintage & NOS germanium transistors

Vintage CTS, Centralab or Stackpole potentiometers

Philips or Sprague electrolytic capacitors

1960's Wima TFF, Philips Mustard Cap or ERO Foil capacitors

1960's / 70's Piher 1/2 carbon film resistors 

Vintage style Carling footswitch

Handwired on phenolic replica pcb

Daka-Ware control knobs

*Due to the design of this vintage Fuzz  circuit, these pedals work best placed first in your signal chain.  These units do not work well with buffers or buffered bypass pedals going into the input.  This will cause the effect to sound thin with a significant volume drop*

 

**These effects can be powered by 9v battery (included) only*

***To preserve battery life, please unplug the input jack after use***

*I have no affiliation with Sola Sound or Marshall Amplification.  I am using their trademarked names only as a reference to the circuits the Supa MKII Fuzz is based on.  To see and learn more about the originators of these amazing fuzz pedals, please visit Macari's Website 

Ge Distorter

The Ge Distorter is a two transistor fuzz, featuring my favorite aspects of both the 1960's germanium Fuzz Face circuit and the 1960's germanium Schaller Fuzz.  These two vintage fuzzes were similar in many ways, yet had very distinct tonal differences.  The Ge Distorter blends them together into a unique fuzz that sounds like both and neither at the same time.

These fuzzes are extremely reactive to changes of your guitar's volume control.  You can get tones ranging from crystal clean, to bright overdrive and all the way to massive fuzz sounds all from rolling back your guitar volume.

Each Ge Distorter features:

Pair of hand selected vintage germanium transistors

    *1960's Siemens AC151 / AC121 - while supplies last

Vintage CTS, Stackpole or Centralab potentiometers

Philips, Siemens, or other vintage capacitors 

NOS 1960's Piher, Allen-Bradley & Philips resistors

 

LED on/off indicator

 

Vintage syle replica circuit board

 

Marshall style replica knobs 

*Due to the design of this vintage Fuzz  circuit, these pedals work best placed first in your signal chain.  These units do not work well with buffers or buffered bypass pedals going into the input.  This will cause the effect to sound thin with a significant volume drop*

 

**These effects can be powered by 9v battery (included) or negative center 9v dc power*

***These pedals need an isolated dc power supply, they can not be daisy chained off of a single 9v power source***

*I have no affiliation with Schaller, Dallas Arbiter or Marshall Amplification.  I am using their trademarked names only as a reference to the circuits the Ge Distorter is based on.  To see and learn more about the originators of these amazing fuzz pedals, please visit Marshall, Dunlop or Schaller websites

Si Distorter

The Si Distorter is a two transistor fuzz, featuring my favorite aspects of both the 1970's silicon Fuzz Face circuit and the 1970's silicon Schaller Fuzz.  These two vintage fuzzes were similar in many ways, yet had very distinct tonal differences.  The Si Distorter blends them together into a unique fuzz that sounds like both and neither at the same time.

These fuzzes are extremely reactive to changes of your guitar's volume control.  You can get tones ranging from crystal clean, to bright overdrive and all the way to massive fuzz sounds all from rolling back your guitar volume.

Each Si Distorter features:

Pair of hand selected vintage silicon transistors

    *1960's/1970's Siemens BC109B  - while supplies last

Vintage CTS, Stackpole or Centralab potentiometers

Philips, Siemens, or other vintage capacitors 

NOS 1960's Piher, Allen-Bradley & Philips resistors

 

LED on/off indicator

 

Vintage syle replica circuit board

 

Fuzz Face style replica knobs 

*Due to the design of this vintage Fuzz  circuit, these pedals work best placed first in your signal chain.  These units do not work well with buffers or buffered bypass pedals going into the input.  This will cause the effect to sound thin with a significant volume drop*

 

**These effects can be powered by 9v battery (included) or negative center 9v dc power*

***To preserve battery life, please unplug the input jack after use***

*I have no affiliation with Schaller, Dallas Arbiter or Marshall Amplification.  I am using their trademarked names only as a reference to the circuits the Ge Distorter is based on.  To see and learn more about the originators of these amazing fuzz pedals, please visit Marshall, Dunlop or Schaller websites

If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact: info@r2relectric.com