You know who makes a good ‘Marshall in a box’ pedal? Marshall do. Well, they did, in the 90s at least. This is voiced very close to a JCM800 gain channel; there’s a heap of gain on offer and a very powerful three band EQ. There’s a bit more gain and volume boost on tap than the sister ‘Shred Master’ pedal and a more traditional voicing. Stacks up very nicely against some very boutique pedals and has a whole lot ‘back in the 90s’ swagger.
Gain: gain/crunch added to the signal
Bass: low end frequencies boost/cut
Middle: traditional midrange boost/cut, heaps of variation as you turn up
Treble: high frequencies boost/cut
Volume: output volume; note that it cuts volume when set below 3o’clock
This is my go-to pedal platform. Ultra-modern two-tone Black and Red vinyl covering and black grille cloth compliment the classic English bark of the Eminence® Wizard speaker. This robust speaker exudes a warmth and crunch that works amazingly well with the Hot Rod Deluxe.
features to this amp include: Two-tone Black/Red vinyl covering,
Black grille cloth, a 12” 8-ohm Eminence® WizardTM speaker for
gorgeous cleans and warm, British overdrive. Also includes “Limited
Edition“ FSR badge.
features include: Easy-to-read black control panel with front-reading
text, footswitch, graduated volume and treble pot tapers, “tighter”
Fender FSR Hot Rod Deluxe III Red Nova Two-Tone Features:
12”, 8-ohm Eminence® WizardTM speaker
4 or 8 Ohms
Power: 40 watts
Tubes: 3 x 12AX7
Tubes: 2 x 6L6
Solid State Rectifier
1 (High input) and 2 (Low input)
Cloth: Two-tone Black/Red vinyl covering and Black grille cloth
18.75″ (47.6 cm)
23.5″ (59.7 cm)
10.5″ (26.7 cm)
45 lbs. (20.41 kg)
Amplifier Cover Included
Black/Red vinyl covering and Black grille cloth
«Black Russian» Big Muff Pi version 8 Second Edition, with four screw light weight box from 2006, Based on Bob Myer’s original circuit. 9V battery only. This small box black Big Muff was the final version of the Russian made Big Muffs.
A pinch smoother than its American-made comrade, the Russian Muff exhibits slightly less sustain, yet retains that unmistakable Big Muff sound. Prized by bass players for its edge, and sought after by guitarists seeking its unique flavor.
VOLUME CONTROL-sets the output level.
SUSTAIN CONTROL- adjusts the amount of sustain and distortion.
TONE CONTROL-provides a range of sounds from high treble to deep bass.
Alder body with flame maple top Dark Cherry Burst gloss lacquer finish Flame maple «C» shape neck Maple fingerboard (compound radius 9.5″-14″) 22 medium jumbo frets Bi-flex truss rod Fender deluxe staggered cast/sealed locking tuners Three Fender Select single-coil Strat pickups 2-Point synchronized tremolo with vintage style bent steel saddles No-load tone control for middle/bridge pickups
The Roland JV-1080 is a worldwide standard in high-powered, two space synthesizer modules. Used on more recordings than any other module in history, the JV-1080 boasts a full range of acclaimed Roland sounds, as well as four expansion slots.
Roland A500 PRO Velocity-sensitive 49 keys with channel aftertouch Inspiring feel and response for serious players 45 assignable controls: knobs, sliders, buttons, transport and more 8 Dynamic Pads for finger drumming and MIDI triggering Sure-grip Pitch Bend/Modulation Stick
Synthesizer with 61-note keyboard 32MB wave memory Includes waveforms derived from XV-Series synths and SR-JV80-Series Wave Expansion Boards, plus all-new waveforms 6 knobs for realtime control over cutoff, envelopes, etc. Favorite Performance Bank buttons for instant recall of- Performances Category Search function locates sounds by type (e.g. Piano, Synth, Bass) Phrase Preview for auditioning Tones in a musical context Advanced XV-88 arpeggiator with 45 types including guitar strumming Attractive brushed aluminum panel and compact, lightweight design
Colour: Wine Red Wrap
20″ x 16″ Bass Drum
10″ x 8″ Quick Tom
12″ x 9″ Quick Tom
14″ x 14″ Floor Tom
14″ x 5.5″ Snare Drum
1.5mm triple-flange steel hoops
Metal bass drum hoops with inlay
Matching wood 14″ x 5.5″ snare drum