Take your fuzz tones to the next level with the Seven Fuzz kit. Combining a classic fuzz with the sound of an EL34-powered stack you can be sure of a massive sound with a focused bass end and crisp top.
The toggle give two choices, Tight or Big. "tight" gives you big fuzz-like distortion, and when flipped to the "big" setting, you get a classic fuzz tone with loads of compression. Rolling back your guitar's volume cleans up the sound for a fat rhythm tone.
The kit has quite a few parts, none of which are tricky to work with. Just lots of them, which means lots of identification to do. It also uses 3 x Jfet transistors, which have trimmers alongside them. These can be set by ear quite easily. Its obvious when they hit the sweet spot as the pedal sings. JFET's will soon be a thing of the past, so ive added surface mount pads too. Should you want the surface mounted fets presoldering to the board, you can add that here.
This is an intermediate level build. Theres no specialist knowledge needed, all the parts drop into place and this PCB has been designed with the diy-er in mind - nice part spacing and larger pads for easier soldering.
This kit is supplied with a JP125 enclosure.
This kit compares to the Wampler Velvet Fuzz.
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