76 - Custom Shop Weathered Rust
The 76 is designed to pay homage to the classic mid 70’s Japanese octave up fuzz pedals such as the Ibanez Standard Fuzz & Univox Super Fuzz. The 76 is by no means a polite or refined pedal; it is a chaotically musical, nasty, take-no-prisoners fuzz, loaded with overtones and octave up clang. In addition to standard fuzz and level controls the 76 also features a Texture knob to control mid frequencies, color toggle to tailor treble content, a global Bright/Dark dipswitch, and a final dipswitch for clipping selection. If you are looking for an inspiring, less than conventional fuzz that will spawn endless riffs, look no further that the 76!
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Fuzz: Turning the Fuzz up ranges from a little crunch to more gain than you could ever want.
Texture: This control adjusts the mid frequency of the 76. Go from a deep scoop to a mid-drenched grind with a simple twist
Level: Adjusts the output volume, with more than enough on tap.
Color: Switches between three different frequency ranges, from scooped to full-frequency fuzz tones.
Under The Hood:
Clip (internal DIP): When on, the 76 employs germanium diodes for a spongier signal and a harder clipping threshold. When off, a silicon-germanium combo is employed, opening the fuzz signal up a little more. The default is on.
Dark (internal DIP): When on, the 76 cuts a good amount of treble from the input signal, useful for single-coils and wicking away treble from anything before it. When off, the treble cut is lifted. The default is off.
Input: Instrument or other pedal goes here.
Output: Amplifier or other pedal goes here.
True bypass footswitch: Turns effect on and off.
Power: The 76 requires a center-negative 9VDC power adapter with at least 5mA of current (not included). Almost all power supplies meet this requirement.
Dimensions: 4.77" x 2.6 x 1.39" (121.1 x 66 x 35.3mm)