69pedal on "Albert's Association" from my forthcoming release "Half Step Down" using a Strat > bridge PU > 69 > TTE > Fender Reverb tank > 100watt Marshall LOUD.
Albert's Association, with Chas Mclure on drums and Jimmy Johnson on bass. Strat/Neck PU > Fulldrive2 > Leslie Model 16 and also (during the solo section) the transistion to: Strat > 69pedal > FenderReverb tank > 100 watt plexi Marshall about half way into the guitar solo section.
69 Pedal Audio Sample
This is how you wished your Fuzzface sounded... Fat and Harmonic. And it cleans up like a vintage Fender amp when you turn down your guitar's volume control. The Rolling Stones and the Black Crowes have discovered this trick.
If you love the first 2 Hendrix releases then you'll love this pedal, with 2 Germanium transistors hand-picked and tested for optimum performance. A Contour Knob lets you dial in Midrange, Harmonics and Sustain, also an Input Bias knob that takes out the "woofiness" and gives great Overdrive/Distortion sounds when its level is reduced. An Internal Trimmer allows for adjustment of Clipping Symmetry, Harmonics, and Tracking.
Specifications subject to change at any given moment due to availability... and whimsy.
True-Bypass w/LED is standard equipment to preserve tone when the pedal is off!
Eric Johnson says of his '69... "Of all the pedals I've been sent... I like this one the best!" (1998 Guitar World magazine)
Dazed and Confused
I'm getting a lot of questions/confusion about transistors. If I wanted to use Toshiba transistors, I would use them, because they're a dime a dozen, and still available in large quantities -- in fact I have 7,000 or so right now. My "favorite TO-5 transistors" that I'm referring to (and using in this run) are ones that you haven't tried unless you've owned old 1993 (and on) aluminum boxed '69 pedals (sunburst, Yellow, and plain silver) I went to using TO-1 Toshibas & NKT-275 stamped transistors LATER after I ran out of my favorites,. They're all good, so stop your bickering & tryping and play some guitar... you sound like a bunch of hens.
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