Hand-wired in the USA in our little shop in rural Indiana. This is two pedals wired into one enclosure--an old Hershey tin.
To the right, you will have a four-stage fuzz. One volume knob and a four-way gain switch provide you all the dirty goodness most folks need. There is no gain knob. The switch selects one of four preset levels of grunge. This is an ideal pedal for the player that uses dynamics--it cleans up incredibly well when you ease up on your picking. It's great for studio use, giving you quick access to four great basic sounds that are very flexible with a low noise floor.
Four gain stages offer simple choices for the dirt connoisseur The first gain stage is a low-gain smooth overdrive. The second adds a little more grit. The third is a meaty fuzz/distortion hybrid--like a meaty ZZ Top-style fuzz driving a Marshall stack tone. The fourth stage is pretty over-the top and gritty square wave goodness for those moments that require an out-of-control vibe. No matter what stage you use, your tones will clean up nicely by decreasing the volume on your guitar.
To the left, the Last Kiss Overdrive. Tuned for telecasters, it favors single coils. Works well with humbuckers, too--but there will be a lot more gain on tap with humbuckers.
The four way switch selects between four levels of crunch. Volume knob can be set for unity or for a healthy boost. This pedal allows you to dial in the proper balance of definition and girth for a crunch that fits your playing style.
The fuzz feeds into the Last Kiss. You can use them independently or together. There are a ton of usable sounds available with this combination whether you're
This pedal will react differently when run into a crunchy amp or a clean amp. The pedal works great with either, but will be a bit more rowdy sounding going into a crunchy amp and more well-behaved going into a clean one.
Uses 9v 200 mA power supply (not included). This pedal does not use batteries.