* R.J Ronquillo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7peY7BUNBy8&list=RDMM7peY7BUNBy8&start_radio=1

* Nik Sevigny: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ijF8emDJQI&t=516s

The idea of ​​this SABBADIUS 1966 Germanium Fuzz pedal was to recreate the

classic sound of Fuzz with germanium transistors using different germanium

transistors, this means that NOT all the SABBADIUS 1966 Germanium Fuzz

will sound identical since different transistors will be used with different gains but

if it is worth clarify that all will sound EXCELLENT.

It is all Hand Made anolog pedal and 100% True Bypass like the first fuzz.

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* FUZZ: amount of saturation

* OUTPUT: Volume amount

* BIAS: Regulates the amount of voltage that reaches the Q2 transistor so that it

can control the typical temperature changes of germanium transistors.

NOTE: The change in sound of this pedal is caused by the transistors of

germanium that are unstable to temperature changes, therefore you want

say that in cold days it can work with a different sound than in a hot day or

in low and high temperatures.

This does not always happen or should happen, it is very common in all fuzz pedals

with Germanium transistors, you do NOT have to worry if this happens.

This knob must be adjusted when the pedal is not working as corresponds or to

achieve a more custom sound playing with this control.

* WAH WAH TRICK: Knob that allows you to control the use of the Fuzz in

conjunction with a Wah-Wah pedal so get the Wah-Wah to work properly toget

Power supply: The SABBADIUS 1966 Germanium Fuzz can be powered by 9 volt battery (Carbon Zinc is recommended instead of alkaline, in the same way you can use alkaline without any problem, the material battery Carbon Zinc adds some kind of "MOJO" (magic) to the sound. ATTENTION!: If the 1966 Fuzz will be supplied using a Power supply should ONLY feed the 1966 Fuzz with this Power supply, because although its current is 9 volt NEGATIVE CENTER PIN polarity like the other SABBADIUS pedals, but the 1966 Fuzz Circuit works with reverse current for their PNP transistors.