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Metasonix KV-100 AssBlaster Multi-Effects Unit-$899.

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Coral Sound is an Authorized Metasonix Dealer. Up for Buy It Now on eBay is the exciting new Metasonix KV-100 AssBlaster Multi-Effects Unit. Housed in a ABS utility box the Metasonix KV-100 has all the insane sounds imaginable!

 

The Metasonix KV-100 AssBlaster contains the following:

 

Five real new-old-stock VACUUM TUBES. the basic preamp stage of our TM-7 Scrotum Smasher, driving: - the waveshaping (pulser) and ring modulation functions of our TM-1, minus the ring-modulator carrier oscillator, which then drives; a VCO derived from our TM-3 (it is NOT intended for use as a synthesizer pitch source, only as a special effect for signal degradation), leading to; an all-new wide-sweeping bandpass filter, with envelope filter function plus wah capability (external pedal); plus an envelope follower, which also makes a gate signal; and a noise gate on the output, which is always active and is driven by said gate signal.

 

Plus relay-based true bypass for the main circuit, plus relay controlled activation of the VCO and pulser. Controllable with manual switches or external Fender-type amp footswitches. Plus plenty of processing inputs and outputs for control voltages. No MIDI.

 

Only 8 knobs allow for vast ranges of distortion and effects, Yes, you can plug your guitar into it, Yes, you can plug line-level sources into it. Yes you can run the output to a guitar amp or any mixer. Yes, all the inputs and outputs are compatible with modular synthesizers.

 

Specifications: Audio input accepts unbalanced guitar, microphone or line signals. Output 600 ohms unbalanced. 1/4" jacks for all I/O. Extra inputs: carrier audio input for ring modulator, CV inputs for VCO pitch and filter sweep. Extra outputs: envelope CV out, VCO waveform out, pulser waveform out. Frequency response: yes. Distortion: yee-haw. Filter sweep range: 12 kHz. Enclosed in rugged, moisture-resistant ABS utility box with hinged lid, carrying handle and latch. Size with lid closed 12.25"x7.4"x6.5" (314mmx186mmx168mm), weight (minus AC adapter) approx 2 lbs (1.4 kg). Power: 12 volts AC, 50/60 Hz, 1.5 amps. Uses Jameco 167151 AC adapter for power in 120v countries. Power inlet: 2.1mm coaxial jack. Unit ships with AC adapter for USA. Note: On/Off buttons in picture have been replaced with On/Off rocker switches.

 

Here's some sound clips. Cut and Paste them into your Broswer window.

 

http://thewretch.com/KV100/KV100_SH101.mp3

http://thewretch.com/KV100/KV100_Machinedrum.mp3

http://thewretch.com/KV100/KV100_Guitar.mp3

 

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Prescription Dual-Tone-3 Channel OD/Distortion-$149.

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Up for Buy It Now on eBay is a 1999 Prescription Electronics DUAL-TONE Overdrive/Distortion pedal. It was hand built by it's designer, James Santiago for Prescription Electronics. It is one of the first prototypes made and has goo covering the circuit. (pictured)

 

The DUAL-TONE produces 3 different tones. You could have a mellow rhythm Overdrive (green LED) and switch to blazing lead distortion (red LED). Then switch on the Fat (yellow LED) for added volume boost or thickness. There are two internal trim pots to set the amount of volume and thickness. Fat works with green Overdrive and red Distortion channels.

 

The DUAL-TONE has Volume, Tone, Rhythm Gain and Lead Gain Controls. It is in great condition, works great, and sold as is and comes with Box and Directions.

 

Here's what James Santiago said about his creation!

 

"It's true. I'm responsible for the DUAL-TONE's existence. I spent about 8 months working on the darn thing. I hand built some prototypes (which took about eight hours each to build) until Prescription Electronics took over the production process. The DUAL-TONE was designed to make thin sounding Strats played through an open-back combo amp sound more like a Les Paul through a Marshall. I voiced the Dual-Tone to work for my Strat through Twin Reverb setup." James Santiago

 

From Prescription Electronics website: www.fuzzbox.com

An overdrive/distortion pedal that never sounds small, thin or compressed. This unique pedal allows you to preset two different levels of gain. The switchable tone section fattens up your sound even when the pedal is plugged into a bright amp.

 

I was a Prescription Electronic Dealer when I bought the Dual-Tone. The Dealer Cost of a Dual-Tone is $175.00. The Retail List was $250.00. This is a great sounding OD/Distortion pedal that I would not be selling, but I can't find work. Don't pass up this deal.

 

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Lovetone Light Jack for Lovetone Flanger and Ring Stinger-$50.00

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Up for Buy It Now on eBay is a new Lovetone Light Jack CV Controller for the Lovetone Ring Stinger and Question Mark Flanger. They were made for the Ring Stinger and Question Mark Flanger. They also work with other pedals with CV (controlled voltage) inputs, results vary.

 

In the Ring Stinger the Light Jack controls the pitch of the oscillator and the delay time of the Question Mark Flanger (pictured pedal not included). The brighter the light source on the Light Jack, the greater the range. Hand movements between the light and jack can create with a bit of practice, very theremin-like effects. Your Lovetone Light jack comes in a small plastic bag with a Lovetone Post Card.

 

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