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This is the Pumped Up version of a Classic.

What that means is you can hook it up with the rest of your pedals in your pedal chain while retaining all the Mojo Tone of the PNP Transistors

Also unique to this version is the availability to use on board potentiometers.

This gives you a choice to quickly mount them without wiring or wire as you see fit.

Some may compare this to the old Buzzaround Circuit.

You can get some really unique tones out of this even with some more commonly available transistors without spending over $500 on an original. is not affiliated with Buzzaround™

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Recommended Accessories

PNP NOS Matched Transistors

1. Barry's Famous Pot Condoms™ .

2. 3PDT Wiring Boards .

3. Barry's Best Pedal Hookup Wire.

4. DC Power Jacks 2.1mm

With this new board you may wire potentiometers as you see fit or for an easy quick build use the Template included in the PDF Build Document and use the on-board potentiometers.

A source for those at Mammoth Electronics.


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October 18, 2013 at 3:34 PM Flag Quote & Reply

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