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C6H8O6 "Vitamin C"

¥38,500

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New fuzz created by five elements

The Big Muff is one of the most popular fuzz pedals in the world. The vintage Big Muff pedal has a fascinating sound that has captured the hearts of players. However, one of the problems with vintage guitars is that some of the specifications are not suitable for today's playing environment. We obtained a rare "Ramb's Head" model from Guild, and analyzed it. From there, we set out to define what a modern "Big Muff" should be. The C6H806 / Vitamin C is equipped with five elements consisting of transistors and FETs, instead of the usual four. The C6H806 / Vitamin C has five elements consisting of transistors and FETs, instead of the usual four, which means that even when the gain is turned down, the sparkling highs are not lost, giving you a fuzz sound that you have never experienced before. In addition, the use of two EQs, which is rare for fuzz pedals, allows for even more flexible sound creation. In addition, the 5 elements split the gain up so it is less affected by the buffer pedal connected to the first stage, allowing you to choose the layout that best suits your modern board system. 5 elements convey the DNA of "Vintage Big Muff" and the sensitive specifications that modern guitarists demand. The five elements convey the DNA of the "Vintage Big Muff" and the delicate specifications that modern guitarists demand.

- SPECS -
• Input impedance:1MΩ 
• Output impedance:10kΩ
• Control : Volume、Fuzz、Treble、Bass
• Switching:True Bypass
• Connecting:1/4 inch standard phone jack x 2 (input, output)
• Power supply method:9V center minus DC power
• Current consumption : 3mA
• Dimension : Width (W) 72 mm, Depth (D) 121 mm, Height (H) 55 mm (including protrusions such as foot switches and jacks)
• Weight : 286g
• EAN : 4589825520048
• Accessories : Warranty card

- DISCLAIMER -
Please note that specifications are subject to change without notice due to product improvements. Also, the image is a sample. Please note that the paint finish may vary slightly from unit to unit.