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Kaiburr Fuzz/ Tremolo *Pre-Order* FINAL RUN, batch 2

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This is the 2nd batch of this preorder.  These are built to order with about a 10 day turnaround time.

This run features textured black powdercoat, Nietzsche quote, solid aluminum knobs and red LED's, high quality stomp switch, Taiway toggle, Switchcraft open frame jacks, and genuine Alpha potentiometers.

What's different?  I am polishing the aluminum before powdercoating this time. It should lead to graphics that are a little shinier and pop a little better.
Knobs may be different for this run. I have a couple different options that I'm trying out (none like the original round shape though). If you REALLY want the exact knobs from the pictures, please add that not to your order.

What's the same?

The circuit remains the same: a gnarly fuzz that can be a great LIGHT overdrive or a nasty DARK fuzz. The tremolo is great for people who struggle to use tremolo, because it doesn't dip the volume much, it only gives it a spike. This is a perfect fuzz for people who want to play a fuzz with open chords.

The Kaiburr Fuzz is a fuzz designed with the Rhythm guitarist in mind. The controls for  Fuzz and Gain give you a wide range of controls over the shape of the distortion the circuit produces.  It can go from a low to mid gain overdrive (with the fuzz dialed back) to a full on vintage style wooly sound.
  The circuit, though not overly complicated, is an original design that employs Darlington and JFET transistors. There are not clipping diodes-- all the distortion is from the transistors slamming into each other and the power rails. The Darlington input makes the fuzz pretty responsive to guitar volume controls (though not as sensitive as a germanium circuit) but it can also be placed later in your signal chain without changing the character of the sound too drastically.
  The Glitch control features a 3 way toggle switch for High/Off/Low settings on a unique "Spike Tooth" tremolo feature, while the knob controls the rate of the effect. When the Glitch control is switched on, the LED near the hilt of the sword blinks faintly in synchronicity with the rate of the effect.

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    Kaiburr Fuzz/Tremelo

    Posted by Craig on Jul 3rd 2024

    So blown away by this pedal ! I'm a keyboard guy - putting it on bass synths etc... sounds mighty - took it over to a mate who plays a Gibson SG and he made it sound incredible... the trem is brilliant on this pedal too ! Thanks Ed :)

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