Electro Harmonix Rams Head Big Muff Clone *special Housing* 2014

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Hi. I have a special Rams head big muff clone housed in a vintage 1980's Nintendo advantage joystick. I repurposed the original gray turbo knobs to control the tone and sustain on the pedal. The gray knob on the left controls tone and is reverse taper so towards the left it gets more trebley. The sustain is on the right. The volume knob is the black one directly under the tone knob. When you step on the switch, the turbo knobs glow bright red, telling you it's engaged. It takes a standard boss style 9v input on the top with the input and outputs on the same side. Sounds killer and looks great. I left the joystick in for looks. All of the buttons have been epoxied in place so there's no fear of pushing them in with a stomp action. This would make a super cool geeky Christmas gift.

**This is the last one that I have of this** Once it's gone, it's gone for good and there aren't any more. *final price drop*

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Rams Head Big Muff Clone *special Housing*

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Cache Money Music

Lynwood, CA, United States
Joined: Oct 2014