In Class B mode, the RF-1 exhibits a thick, chunky grind similar to a Marshall or Fender amp.
bumblebee wrote:In Class B mode, the RF-1 exhibits a thick, chunky grind similar to a Marshall or Fender amp.
WOW,thats no thin line between marshall and fender is it!
marshall and fender couldnt be more different amps so how does this explanation make any sense? it doesnt!
i dont know anything about emma effects but after a statement like the above i'm gonna have to find out!
erikm5150 wrote:I've read somewhere that it's a modded red llama or craig anderton tube sound fuzz, but I've never seen a schem anywhere...
would be interesting to see one. that bias knob is intriguing...
The bias control is a pot with a series R in the bias divider. The circuit is based on the tube sound fuzz with an added BJT inputbuffer and a tone control.
thats pretty simle stuff as well.an added BJT inputbuffer and a tone control.
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