Break out the ventilation mask and turn the radio up!
The Mustard Gas is, at its heart, a lo-fi machine capable of creating those olde tyme radio sounds. With the switch in the center position, it can go from clean lo-fi to broken speaker fuzz. With the switch in the down position, the low-end response is put back into the signal and overloads the circuit. Resulting in a thick, low-end fuzz. Flip the switch up and you get even more low-end anarchy. The controls were kept simple for a â€œless talk, more rockâ€ approach.
The Mustard Gas is built with Russian paper in oil capacitors and carbon comp resistors for that olde school mojo and is painted by hand in Easton, MA.
- Volume â€“ Sets the overall volume of the effect.
- Texture â€“ Adjusts the lo-fi distortion amount.(Only active with the switch in the center position)
- Switch â€“ Center: normal. Down: Low-end fuzz. Up: Extra low-end fuzz.
- True bypass.
Requires 9-volt center-negative 2.1mm x 5.5mm barrel. No battery option.