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Musikmesse 2016: Supro Announce SP1303 Boost, SP1304 Fuzz and SP1305 Drive pedals
The Supro 1305 Drive pedal is designed to replicate the classic cranked Supro tones with a unique build to help make this pedal the closest thing to a Supro amp in a stompbox format.
As a pillar of the classic rock guitar tone, it made sense that Supro also entered the fuzz pedal realm. Their 1304 fuzz pedal, however, not only achieves a vintage 60's fuzz flavour but is capable of a more modern wall-of-sound style.
This particular offering is a 'best of all worlds' approach - taking characteristics from some of the industry's most iconic stompboxes from the Big Muff, Tone Bender MK II and the germanium Fuzz Face and putting them into one compact format for unrivaled fuzz possibilities.
The 1303 Boost pedal is a J-FET-based pedal offering up 20db of clean gain boost with a bright, flat or a dark filters to help sculpt your desired tone.
The expression output on the back of the 1303 boost can also act as a high quality volume pedal for even more unique sonic possibilities.
Each of the three pedals is made with high quality components and assembled in Port Jefferson NY, USA.
By Michael Storey
Posted on 4 Apr 2016 12:41 to category : Instruments News
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