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- Super high-gain fuzz with smooth low end.
- Tone stack Scoop control.
- Adjustable compression intensity.
- 100HZ cut and boost control allows tonal fine-tuning.
- BUMP switch engages alternate voicing for a low and mid-range boost.
The Java Boost is a germanium based Treble Booster designed to give you classic tones from the 60's and 70's. It is not a clean boost.
It must be used with a cranked amp that is overdriven or distorting a bit already. Cranking the amp and pedal will result in more creamy, beautiful, sustaining distortion with the Java Boost.
The Java Boost is most widely used with a tube amp set to a bit of overdrive or clipping which is the key to getting a great sound from this pedal. Setting the java boost in front of a very clean amp with the volume on 1-2 will surely result in a fairly weak guitar tone! Set the amp for some breakup, then click the Java on. There, you'll have a fantastic sound and see why people rave about the Java Boost.
- A hot-rodded classic circuit.
- Roars with huge amp stack tones and old school distortion.
- Delivers soaring leads and rich, saturated rhythms.
- CRUNCH button boosts harmonic content of distortion.
Want a mirror image of your tone, only louder? This is it. The Katana is also a fat, harmonically rich boost, just pull out on the volume knob and stretch your imagination with overdriven tone! You can keep it on all the time to push your amp harder, or as an occasional boost to cut through the mix.
Obsessed or Compelled with the Fattest, Fullest Drive? Well, Before other people started using Blue LED's and non-diode clipping stages, there was the TMB and Katana.... Cascading FET stages do the tube-amp-thing like nothing else!
The Katana circuit is Robert Keeley's first guitar effect design for Keeley Electronics. It was originally designed for Legendary Tones for the Time Machine Boost but then became an independent product under the Keeley name after the Compressor came out. Robert's very first effect pedal design (1999) was a digitally controlled Analog Delay complete with built in digital tuner. It worked perfectly and can even be seen at the shop from time to time. Delay times could be input via a keypad to enter the amount of delay in milliseconds or by potentiometers. The Katana is no less stunning in its beautiful simplicity and stunning sound quality.
- Rich, warm analog tone.
- Add shimmery velocity and dramatic swooshing to your tone.
- The timeless phase shifter used on many classic Van Halen recordings.
- Meticulously faithful reproduction of Jimi's 1969-70 Dallas Arbiter Fuzz Face.
- Built around the toneful BC108 silicon transistor. Carefully matched to the original specs.
- Analog bucket brigade technology.
- High and Low filter cut controls for detailed tone sculpting.
- Two outputs for a wide and sweeping stereo spread.
ECT is the result of my wish to rectify a few issues I’ve had with other fuzz boxes, notably a mid scoop. “But Old Pal Aen, some times I need to scoop teh midz for my metal tonez!”
While I can’t say that I ever find that useful, ECT will do that as well. When stomping on the “BYPASS” switch, you will be in familiar fuzzbox territory. Volume, Tone, and Distortion are all active, as well as the “TIMEWARP” toggle, which flips between the traditional hi-fi type sound and a more blunted, ummm, stoner-rocky type sound. (A note: if your amp has a lot of treble rolled off, you may not hear much difference between the time warp positions. Because you have your amp set up wrong.)
“TONEBLAST” bypasses the tone control, giving you more mids and a bunch more volume. At any time, you can tap the “feedback” stomper to trigger a momentary integrated feedback loop, because I like noise, so back off, it’s cool.
“Trim” allows you to roll back your input signal, incase of muddiness caused by hotter pickups.
This has the most bass (well, it’s a tie with Hair of the Dog) of any DC Device. It is amazing on bass guitar.
- Designed after Eric's personal prized Fuzz Faces
- Custom vintage-style hammertone finish
Custom reproduction '68-'69 knobs
The original Dwarfcraft Device! and still a superstar! 3 squarewave oscillators a-bumpin-and-a-grindin to your hearts content. With an independent mix knob for each little voice on board. It’ll sing, it’ll scream, it’ll fight with itself. You don’t play it, you play with it.
From the 60’s came an effect that had a serious impact on the way guitarist expressed themselves. It was an effect that when used right had that “wow” factor and it was a tool that helped make the “Star Spangled” banner relative to a new generation in the hands of a man named Jimi. Some of the most influential guitarist ever have consistently found a way to express their voice with this circuit and we feel you will too.
With a large speed control that is easily controlled with your foot, live performance changes are ease. The Speed LED blinks in time with the speed even when the unit is off so you always know what is going on inside. Controls for Mix (blend of clean and effect), Volume (raise or lower the overall volume) and vibrato/chorus toggle (gives you the classic chorus or vibrato settings with the flick of a switch). The Warble-Tron is internally turning your standard 9v into 15v so there is no need to have a funky adapter.
- Vintage-style analog delay.
- 20ms to 300ms of delay time.
- Self-oscillating psycho-freak-out mode!
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