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Rotosound 1960s Reissue Vintage Fuzz Pedal

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  • Authentic reissue of the legendary Rotosound Vintage Fuzz pedalDeveloped with renowned tone-tweaker Dr. Barry R. PyattActive components are vintage germanium stockCircuit uses a Darlington Pair of transistors, just like the original, for high-gain inputFuzz, Treble, Volume controls offer a wide variety of vintage fuzz tonesTrue-bypass switchingPressed-steel enclosure finished in gloss silver-hammer powdercoatingMade in the UK
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Rotosound is thrilled to reissue their legendary Vintage Fuzz Pedal, using the same essential circuit configuration as the original 1960s design combined with modern resistors and capacitors. This new fuzz pedal combines yesterdays mojo and tone flavor with the reliability and stability of todays component technology.The original prototype pedals were only available in limited numbers and never released for general sales. Nonetheless, these pedals were found all over the placethere is even a picture of Led Zeppelins Jimmy Page playing one. Rotosound have reinvented this celebrated pedal together with fabled guitar tone-tweaker Dr. Barry R. Pyatt. The pedal is faithful to the original, with the important active components being genuine vintage germanium stock, thus preserving the authentic sound of the original. The reissue circuit, just like the original, uses a Darlington Pair for high-gain input, which drives a compensated fuzz transistor. The Fuzz Control changes the amount of drive from a soft crunch to a gruff growl while retaining the signature germanium roundness. The Treble Control then varies the ratio of bass to treble, allowing a

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