Sola Sound Tone Bender Mk1.75 (D*A*M Reissue) El Diablo

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David Main (D*A*M)

Mr. Macari's colour choice, Mr. Main's circuit choice. The thing I choose is the master of the terrible, or the way I see it, the master of smarts. Two guesses, a two transistor Tone Bender circuit that oozes filth? Gimme a V, gimme an O, gimme X, What's that spell? What's that spell? Not entirely a direct clone, I kinda done that a little before; right? More of a thumbs up to Mr. Denney a nod and a wink to Sola style circa 1966 all squeezed together with an injection of my own.

Another project of matching collar and cuffs. Angry sick looking pedal makes angry sick sounding tones. Lots of gain on tap, plump output levels, and sickly amounts of midrange chop and cut. Super articulate on leads, super gnarly on chords runs. The transistor set-up I''ve opted for almost gets this thing into MKII territory at times. Really nicely saturated when wound open but surprisingly controllable. Two words for reference: Krieger and Asheton.

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