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"Basic Audio is run by me, John Lyons. I've been making pedals since 2002. I'm from California, but now live in West Virginia. Go Figure. Making unique looking ...

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The R4-F board layout I'm calling the Forum-Vibe is a 4th generation board which uses the 1970's stand-up component style where the resistors stand up on ...

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amplifiers. The following are examples of amps I've built for people. Depending on what you want I can take elements from each of them and combine them to ...

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The Supa MKI is similar to the Tone Bender MKI but has a more forward mid range and more overall \"cut\" in tone. Level, Attack and Hi-Cut.

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For general inquiries, please us the following form, or just send me an email. * indicates required field. *Your Name: *Email Address. Phone Number: *Inquiry: ...

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A refined \"Rat\" circuit with control over the low end and high end. Typically the Rat gets a bit boomy in the higher gain settings. The.

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Germanium version of the 60s fuzz. A springy textured fuzz with an edgy but soft attack. Fat toggle to cut bass for humbuckers and faster.

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A cross between the Maestro Fz-1 and elements of the Shin Ei Fy-2. Basically sounds like a silicon Tone Bender MK1 with the ability to pan between a.

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A variable vintage type garage fuzz not unlike the Univox Super Fuzz in sound although they share no relation in circuit. The wildcat gets that bold.