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Effects Pedal

  • Heavy fuzz
  • Controls: Volume - tone - sustain
  • LED: Effect on
  • Footswitch: Effect bypass
  • Connections: Input (6.3 mm jack) - output (6.3 mm jack) - power supply connector (coaxial jack 5.5 x 2.1 mm - negative pole inside)
  • Power consumption: 100 mA
  • Operation with 9 V battery or 9 V DC power supply (not included - matching power supply: Article Nr.

    409939

    )
  • True bypass
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 74 x 132 x 58 mm
  • Weight: 500 g
Overdrive No
Distortion No
Fuzz Yes
Metal No
Item number 436006
$37
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Nothing wrong with it; not quite what I was expecting
PestilenceKills 13.08.2021
Solidly built, knobs feels good, soft-touch switch is nice, all metal enclosure at this price is great. Typical TC quality, it's a tank.

I was looking for a cheap fuzz, and a lot of places online call this a Big Muff-style pedal - it's not. It never gets that creamy, violin thing going on, it's always a buzzy, vintage fuzz. The tone control is kinda Muff-ey (it's doing a lot of stuff, not just rolling off top-end), but with a bigger range - I think it'll probably work pretty nicely on bass.

Can't argue with that price though, probably going to check out some other stuff in this line.
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Nice!
Ozeb 07.04.2020
I bought this pedal as I wanted to expand my sound. I never really played with fuzz, so I thought I would give it a try.
Pedal is built well. Pots seem to bo ok, the switch, well maybe not so much, but it works well so far, so ...
It's built to a standard. Altrough it's behringer made, I believe, the construction cannot be compared to behringer pedals in any way. No plastics, just good old sturdy metal. The input and output jacks seem to be nice as well. Not top end, but good enough.
It is a bit noisy, but I guess all fuzzes are. It's not too bad, I used it in studio, feeding my overdriven marshall and it sounded really good for solos. For chords, for my taste, it tendst to be a bit bass heavy. But for solos ... man, it's almost like you are playing a violin! Endless sustain, really.
It works nice into clean amp, into over driven amp and to responds well if you boost it with overdrive pedal and vice versa, meaning it boosts overdrive or distortion pedal in front of it.
For the money, really cant go wrong with it.
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Dark and furry
LA Uno 01.04.2021
It really sounds great, super dark, warm and furry. And for the price point, yeah.
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A muff for 1/3 of the price
Kastelan 07.12.2019
If you are roling on a budget, and want a solid muff-esque sound, look no further. The tone and sustain knobs do have their sweet spots, but with being bigger than the usual pedal knob, its easy to fine tune them. The spectrum of different sounds isnt as wide as some other pedals of this kind, but its a solid piece of gear, and for that price, its a no brainer.
The size and weight is somewhere between the nano series, an full sized muff, so portability and board estate wont be a problem.
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