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$233.75

Fulltone Deja Vibe

We are the first to put out an exact copy of the legendary Vintage'60's Univibe on a large scale. Ours has that dripping Phase-Chorused tone that made Jimi's "Machine Gun" so epic! In beautiful vintage cream color with maroon lettering housed in a sturdy 16 gauge steel housing that measures ONLY 4" x 5.75". Now it's tiny enough to fit on the most cluttered pedalboard, and because of the mini-DV's unique voltage doubling circuit you can use any standard 9 volt DC adapter (Fulltone FPS-1 adapter is included). And inside the MDV the power is ramped up to the original Univibe's 18+ volts DC!

Features also include a mini-toggle switch to choose between Vintage/Modern settings allowing for warm original '60's Univibe grind (Vintage) and louder, with more output (Modern).

Condition: New

 

$169.15

Fulltone GT-500 FET Distortion + Booster / OD

Discrete F.E.T Hi-Gain Distortion and Overdrive Booster in ONE BOX. Think of them either as two separate pedals or as stages to be linked together for endless combinations. The Hi-Gain side has Volume and Distortion knobs with Bass, Mid, and Highs minipots. The Booster side has Volume and Overdrive knobs with Bass and Highs minipots. (These new Hi-Q sealed minipots don't break BTW.)

Hard clipped distortion (the way most pedals achieve distortion) at one point in a circuit can be cool, but stage after stage of FET (GT-500) is very real, very amp-like, has ridiculous amounts of sustain even at low volume, does the great chunky low string rhythm stuff and cleans up incredibly well when you turn down the guitar's volume. The GT500 contains 9 x FETs2 Mosfets and 1 x Transistor with no opamps or clipping diodes used.


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$149.99

Way Huge Electronics Aqua Puss Analog Delay MKII

  • Vintage-style analog delay.
  • 20ms to 300ms of delay time.
  • Self-oscillating psycho-freak-out mode!

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