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The SKULLFUZZ internal circuit remains the same as in the other two versions of the SKULLFUZZ (Human Skull versions and the Art SkullFuzz). The two eye balls are now replaced by two daily knobs that have the function “Volume” & ” Fuzz”. The mini toggle switch has two ways to change the character of the Fuzz. Imagine Incredible Hell noise caused by the Devil sharpening his trident on a huge steam powered hone, rocketing heavy glowing metal shards that descend on a scorched landscape littered with skulls, a dark world where millions of moaning souls wander and scream of unsustainable Hell pain…
10' MV Custom Straight-Straight Guitar Cable
10' MV Custom Straight-Straight Guitar Cable, Black and Red.
3-Pack Jumper Cables (Black or Red)
PCKIT1BK 3-Pack Jumper Cables, Black or Red.
Guitar Pick Storage Box
MV Logo Pick Box.
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Electro Harmonix Bass Soul Food Overdrive
A natural overdrive and clean boost for the tone conscious player to enhance the original sound of an instrument and amp while retaining their essential character. Its gain stage, treble control and signal path are optimized for bass guitar and guitarists wanting extended low frequency response. An adjustable clean blend assures an articulate, full tone while boosted power rails deliver extended headroom.
Ibanez Mini Analog Fuzz
Electro Harmonix Green Russian Big Muff Distortion/Sustainer
Back by overwhelming demand... in a mini package! The cult classic Green Russian Big Muff first shook the ground in the mid-1990s. Since then it has been heralded by guitarists and bassists for its devastating low-end and unique sludge and sizzle. The Green Russian Big Muff creates a huge tone that is all its own, but is undeniably Big Muff.
CopperSound Polaris Chorus / Vibrato
Polaris is a chorus/vibrato inspired by the original EHX Small Clone. One has resided in the shoppe since it’s inception. With it’s smooth modulation and simple controls, it was a great starting point. At the heart of Polaris resides an MN3007 BBD chip. The same chip found in the original NYC box. After recreating the circuit in a breadboard, we moved forward from there. We started by replacing the depth switch in favor of a knob. This allows for better control of the modulation depth. Following in the steps of Daedalus, we incorporated a second depth knob that is selectable via the secondary footswitch. The original circuit did not have any tone control options. We decided to implement a Tone knob on Polaris. This knob allows the user to add or cut lower bass presence to the signal. Once we had a tone section sculpted to our liking, we placed a master Volume knob at the end of the circuit. The Volume knob goes from full cut to slightly boosted above unity volume. These two knobs work in conjunction with each other. Lastly, we added a Mode toggle switch to seamlessly alter between chorus and vibrato modes.