Klinger Custom Pedals : SUPA FUZZ
This one just rips nasty shreds off you. But it can be nice too, with a little coaxing. Wow!
From Shaun Klinger:
“The Tonebender MKII was the go to Fuzz pedal for many guitar players of the late 60′s. It’s rich sound and amazing amount of sustain was a step up from the mk1.5 and Fuzz Face circuits. The Supa Fuzz is my take on the Marshall MKII variant of the ToneBender Mk 2. It has the standard Volume and Filter controls with an added Character knob that can take you from gated splatter to smooth. The Klinger Custom Pedals Supa Fuzz has a beautiful mid range presence, its clear and helps with clean up so your tone stays where it should….in the signal! The 3 Germanium NOS transistors have been gain and leakage selected so you get the most out of the controls. The construction of the Supa Fuzz is made using turret board, this technique is how it was done in the old days with vintage effects and amplifiers and is believed to be one of the reasons the vintage equipment sounded so good. I use Carbon Composite resistors like all my Germanium Fuzzes i believe they keep the signal rich and as close the originals as possible.
It cleans up, it Fuzzes out! Capture your Fav fuzz sounds of Jeff Beck on the Truth record in 1968 to Jimmy Page with Led Zeppelin in the 60′s.
This pedal has the modern D.C jack for standard Boss style power (isolated ONLY) and LED.
– Three vintage gain/leakage selected germanium transistors.
– Vintage style Turret board construction
– Carbon Composite Resistors
– Durable powder coated finish.
– Highest quality components matching and construction.
– Fast action DPDT true bypass foot switch.
– Modern D.C power jack (Boss style isolated only)
– Bright LED
Guitar : 2013 Fender Custom Shop Total Tone ’56 Relic & 2009 Larry Corsa modded Les Paul Standard (nothing original on it but the wood! Google “LCPG-187″ for more info.)
Extra effects (between Klinger and amp) : Zoom MS-70CDR – Tape Delay (in and out – not shown)
Amp: Laney VH-100R and L412 cabinet (Greenbacks).
Cables : Providence
Mic : Violet Design ‘The Amethyst Standard’ (amp) & Samson Airline77 (me)
Camera : Canon 60D (me) and Sony HDR CX150 (pedal)
Soundcard : AVID Mbox Pro 3
Computer : Apple iMac 27″ i7 3.4 GHz 16 GB RAM
Software : Pro Tools 10 LE, Waves CLA Guitars (slight comp and reverb over input track), Waves L3-16 Limiter (to keep levels in check at output), Apple Final Cut Pro X (video editing and Youtube compression).”