JAM Pedals Rooster LTD Custom Shop Germanium Frequency Booster Effects Pedal
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Jam Pedals Rooster LTD Custom Shop Germanium Frequency Booster Effects Pedal: A Fearless Rooster!
From Jam Pedals: Vintage-style Treble Booster - one of the secret ingredients that helped shape legendary sounds heard by Eric Clapton in John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers, Rory Gallagher, Brian May and Tony Iommi. Built from the greatest parts available, carbon comp resistors and tropical fish capacitors, for pure vintage sound!
The most crucial ingredient when it comes to a vintage- style treble booster is transistor choice. In our experience there’s nothing quite like the CV7003, military-spec OC44 germanium transistors.
As our stock of Rooster-compatible CV7003s is gradually depleting, we are proud to re-introduce it, celebrating its uniqueness and scarcity with point-to-point wiring housed in a luxurious leather enclosure.
Playing with the guitar volume, can unlock many textures, ranging from clean crunchy tones, to fat boosted overdrive!
Also featuring a 3-way toggle-switch for treble, mid or bass boost focus.
*ALL LIMITED EDITION ROOSTER PEDALS COME WITH AN EXTRA ALUMINIUM BOTTOM PLATE TO MOUNT ON BOARDS*
ARTISTS USING THE ROOSTER ltd.: David Hidalgo, Julien Kasper, Ricky Z., Nir Felder
“This Rooster will certainly wake up your amp in a vintage- inspired fashion.”
“...playing the Rooster through a good overdriven tube amp evokes some of my favorite classic tones and you get a great variety of sounds by manipulating your guitar volume...”
“Rooster is an extremely musical treble boost with a vintage feel! Great shimmer, never harsh!”
”The Rooster is incredible! It is the smoothest treble booster I’ve heard. Between the three settings, it is possible to get the original Rangemaster as well as Hornsby-Skewes tones. When pushing an amp, it’s my favorite color. More than just hearing the note, you can actually “Feel” it coming through the amp.”