FENDER SUB-LIME BASS FUZZ EFFECT PEDAL
Stock code: FEN0234500005
Auckland North Island South Island Warehouse
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FENDER SUB-LIME BASS FUZZ PEDAL
It's big, green and ferocious. Frankenstein's monster? Good guess, but no. Introducing the Fender® Sub-Lime™ bass fuzz pedal.
Set it at your feet between you and your speakers, and transform the sound of your bass with classic Fender fuzz ranging from the barest touch of evil to an utterly seismic roar. Best of all, tailor your tone by setting the crossover frequency wherever you want the fuzz to happen--low-frequency fuzz, high-frequency fuzz and anything in between--all without sacrificing all-important low-end muscle and fundamental bass tone.
Dressed in sublime lime green, the big, heavy-duty cast design evokes Fender's great old pedals of the '70s and boasts an enormous control dial that fluoresces entrancingly from green to red as you
Simple volume and drive controls let you easily dial in the loudness and range of fuzz tones. Runs on 9-volt battery or DC power.
Input Impedance: 470k ohm
Nominal Input Level: 20dBV
Output Impedance: 4.7k ohm
Nominal Output Level: 20dBV
Recommended Load Impedance: 50k ohm or Greater
Power Requirements: 9V DC (Center Pin = Negative); 40mA Minimum
Main Backlit Knob: Variable fuzz gain - change on the fly!
Volume: Overall pedal volume control
Drive: Overall fuzz amount desired
X-Over Freq: Variable fuzz frequency control (30 - 300hz) - user defined
Tone: Overall tone amount desired (more/ less bright)
Rate:This knob controls the rate at which the phase shifting occurs. The rate control knob alternately illuminates blue and red at the same rate as the phase shifting.
Intensity:This knob adjusts the intensity of the Phasing effect.
Frequency:This knob adjusts what frequencies are affected by the phasing action. Fully counterclockwise causes the bass frequencies to be affected most by the phasing action, fully clockwise causes the treble frequencies to be most affected by the phasing action.
Bypass Switch:A true-bypass of the phaser effect. Turns the phasing effect on-off.
Output: JackConnect to the input of your amplifier (or other audio device).
Input: jackPlug your guitar (or other audio source) in here. Unplug the input plug from this jack to turn off the device and save power (very important) when not in use.
DC Input: JackPlug in a AC- 9V DC adaptor (see specifications) into this jack to eliminate the need for batteries.