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  • #1530
    Anonymous
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    Here is another one. A Supa Tonebender in Citrus Orange. I built it to original specs with D1 and D2 omitted. I LOVE the tone control on this. If you set it at about 12:00 or below, then you get Big Muff tones. If you set it at about 2-3:00 and dial the gain knob back to 10-11:00 (see pic below for settings), then you get VERY close to the tone of a Fuzzrite. I’ve never been able to get a regular Big Muff to do this trick. Cool!

    #1536
    Barry
    Keymaster

    Very well done and thanks for sharing. It looks real pro.

    #1546
    Cybercow
    Moderator

    ‘Nuther nice clean build. Kudos on retaining room for a battery.

    #1557
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Thanks guys! Steve Hackett used a Supa in Genesis. It’s a cool variation on the standard Muff.

    #1559
    Barry
    Keymaster

    Love Steve Hackett.I remember buying Voyage of the Acolyte just because for the cover on vinyl back in the early 80’s and was pleasantly surprised. Very under appreciated here in the states I think.

    #1560
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    I agree. Very underrated.

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