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This boost was made for Arun Bali of Saves the Day. It was constructed in a similar fashion to the boosts CWS017-019, but with a bass switch on the top of the case which switches between flat (down), tight (center),
Channel switcher for Fender Super Bassman. Removable 1/4″ cable on left side. Dual LEDs correspond with the channels on the amp. Powered by 9V battery or external 9V (power not required for operation). This mini pedal board was constructed for
The Dual mute independently mutes two signals which pass through it. When the LED is on, the signal passes unaffected. Switching either side of the effect will mute the signal and turn off the LED.
Boost pedal with modified tone section. The capacitors were selected from extended use with CWS008, to be the exact same circuit when the pedal was in its most utilized setting. From this starting point, CWS016 is able to reduce (or
This pedal has been in the works for a long time. I suppose the story starts years ago when I scavenged an old roadside Gulbransen organ, thrilled to find it overflowing with nice reusable poly caps, resistors, switches, pots, wire, and
This pedal was created against all odds, in the back lounge of a Prevost nightliner between Chicago and Seattle, then flown to Brazil where it was placed in the hands of its new owner. I do so few commissions, that
AB amp channel switcher built for live use with green (CH1) and red (CH2) LEDs. The switch will also work with any equipment that requires a TS connection using the channel 1 output.
Momentary A/B switch for switching two inputs to one output. This pedal was built specifically to switch a microcassette player into the signal path when the switch on the pedal was held down. This pedal was built for and used
If you’re like me, you have a whole bunch of these kinds of power supplies all mangled up and lying broken in a box or tossed in a drawer somewhere. Instead of throwing them out and buying a new one,
Boost with six-way tone rotary switch. This pedal is yet another progression of the boost circuit found in pedals CWS001–CWS004, consisting of a volume and tone control. Instead of the continuous tone control as found in CWS004, this pedal has