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2 trick pony!
I had a red and blue (more like pinkish orange on mine) version that was given to me by a close friend and collaborator. She had it for years after finding it at a yard sale for 5 bucks. It didn't work right, but it was easy stuff to fix. I used it on some unfinished recordings and enjoyed it thoroughly at the time, however its not a versatile pedal and the octave is hard to dial in right. Without getting the octave up effect its really a mediocre fuzz/distortion sound in either EQ setting. I forgot to mention there's a fuzz knob, an output knob and a tone switch that goes from flat to scooped mids.Flat its very retro and 60s, scooped its like smashing pumpkins' Rocket. This guy got sold in MD last year to my boys at Atomic Music (check 'em out on the web). Maybe I'll build a clone one day if I miss it.
great classic fuzz that can give mild octave fuzz sounds.
Please note that im reviewing a pedal I built to the same spec as the original superfuzz...I really love this fuzz for the mild upper octave sounds the circuit can archive. I also like the more standred fuzz tones on offer here thanks to six 2n3904 npn silicon transistors.its a truly great fuzz that has much in common with the old shin ei fuzzes from the past, if you love fuzz this pedal is a absolute must!!