FS/FT: Earthbound Audio Supercollider (v3) fuzz

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  1. Papalampraina

    Papalampraina Need.More.Fuzz. Supporting Member

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    Rare black finished version 3 Supercollider by Earthbound Audio (now Acid Age Electronics).

    This version has both LED and Silicon clipping options, while the current version offered by Acid Age is Silicon only. One of the most massive fuzz/muff/distortion pedals ever, amazing on both guitar and bass. In excellent condition, just velcro underneath.

    [DEL]$160[/DEL] [DEL]$150[/DEL] $140 paypal'ed and shipped to CONUS.

    Looking to trade with a good Precision pickup.

    Description
    This pedal is capable of massive guitar sounds ranging from super low frequency fuzz to tight crunchy distortion. It is excellent for low-tuned guitars and players who need a versatile pedal for various styles of heavy music. Also great for bass guitar due to the huge low end available.

    The controls:
    MASS: this controls the amount of low frequency available. turn the knob fully counter-clockwise for the most bass and fuzzier sounding notes. turn it clockwise for a progressively crunchier sound with crisper notes.
    TONE: start at noon and turn clockwise for more treble or counter-clockwise for less. use this in conjunction with the depth control and mids switch to fine tune the distortion.
    MIDS: gives a scooped mids sound fully couter-clockwise up to a boosted midrange and all points in between.
    GAIN: intensity of distortion. sounds best between 2 o'clock to 5 o'clock (maximum) for super heavy sounds or between 10 o'clock and 1 o'clock with the volume cranked to drive an amp.
    VOLUME: overall output volume. adjust to taste.
     

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    Papalampraina Need.More.Fuzz. Supporting Member

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    Anyone wants to trade with a good Precision pickup? I'm looking for a Delano, but i'm open to suggestions. Going for that 70s tone.
     
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    Papalampraina Need.More.Fuzz. Supporting Member

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