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Unverified. This looks fun
No trace cuts! Input via T/B: 2.
I haven’t built this one up yet, so it has not been verified.
Long time no update. Anyways, I’ve been rather busy lately R&D’ing THREE new pedals, two of which you can see below. Also in the mix are two clones I built up for myself.
Lovepedal Purple Plexi 800 clone w/ tweaks for more bass and BACKLIT KNOB (see next picture). I’ll be offering this as a custom feature on future pedals.
Way Huge Red Llama Clone, with backlit knob.
Prototype #1: NKVD. The NKVD is a particularly nasty (hence the name) fuzz that can go from ear-bleeding treble to thick, woolly fuzz in a heartbeat. It features pre-gain, and overall gain controls, as well as a two band tonestack & master volume. The prototype pictured below has a feedback looper built in.
Ram’s Head Big Muff & TS9 combo pedal. Built for myself to save space on my pedalboard.
Prototype #2: Titan Tremolo. This is a two-oscillator tremolo. The first oscillator controls the main trem circuit. It has two speed range settings and can be adjusted by the Osc 1 speed knob. The second oscillator can either modulate the speed of the first oscillator, or it can act as its own tremolo. The left foot switch engages and disengages it. The mix knob can blend between wet & dry, or Oscillator 1 or 2.
I’m still tinkering with this. A deluxe version will have an envelope-controlled speed feature.
Introducing the EAD Thunderhorse, our first production model to escape the confines of our custom shop. The Thunderhorse is a deep fuzz circuit derived from a lesser-known 60’s british pedal combined with a blend circuit that allows the user to dial in the perfect combination of raucous fuzz and pristine clean. This is particularly useful for bassists and down-tuned guitars as it allows the pedal to retain all of the low end lost in the distorting of the signal. The Thunderhorse can also self oscillate when the gain and fuzz volume controls are pushed to the extreme. This oscillation can also be “tuned” by manipulating your guitars volume control.
Gain, Fuzz Volume, and Blend Controls
9v DC input (center negative)
1/4″ inputs and outputs
Hand Etched Enclosures (First 50 only)
Interested? Send me an email at EHCoffey (at) gmail (dot) com
Available Enclosures (1/27) (subject to change)