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The British Pedal Company Professional MKII Tone Bender OC81D from the Vintage Series is a detailed replica of the 1966 Professional MKII Tone Bender pedals created by Gary Hurst. Unlike the MKI.5, the MKII had a 3 transistor circuit which, based on production and supply, comprised of either 3x OC75 or 3x OC81D transistors and offered increased sustain. The OC81D loaded MKII can be heard on many Jimmy Page (Led Zeppelin) tracks such as 'Whole Lotta Love'. This was the pedal seen being used by Jimmy Page on the 'It Might Get Loud' documentary from 2008.

British Pedal Company Vintage Series Professional MKII Tone Bender OC81D - Fuzz

Artikelnummer: BPC VS MKII TB OC81D
CHF 286.00Preis
    • fuzz effects pedal
    • detailed replica of the original 1966 Professional MKII Tone Bender
    • authentic transistor configuration (3x OC81D)
    • thicker and slightly less aggressive sound than the MKI version
    • less pronounced low-end than the MKI.5 version
    • perfect fuzz with smooth sustain for either humbucker or single coil guitars
    • limited production
    • as used by Jimmy Page and many more
    • hardwire true bypass
    • controls for Level, Attack
    • bypass footswitch
    • aluminum cast casing
    • silver / grey hammerite finish
    • 6.3 mm mono in / output jacks
    • power supply only via 9V battery (battery is included in the delivery)
    • current draw ca. 6 mA
    • dimensions (L x W x H) 213 x 110 x 77 mm / 8.4" x 4.3" x 3.0"
    • weight 907 g / 1.99 lbs
    • incl. certificate of authenticity
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