De BPC MKII Tone Bender OC81D is een gedetailleerde replica van de PROFESSIONAL MK II Tone Bender pedalen uit 1966 gemaakt door Gary Hurst. Het circuit had in tegenstelling tot de MK 1.5 een 3 transistor circuit dat, gebaseerd op productie/levering bestond uit of OC75's of OC81D transistors. Deze OC81D Loaded MK II is te horen op vele Jimmy/Led Zeppelin Tracks zoals 'Whole lotta love'. Dit was het pedaal dat door Jimmy gebruikt werd in de recente 'It Might Get loud' documentaire.

BPC Professional MKII Tone Bender OC81D.

  • Aluminium gegoten behuizing
  • Level en Attack regelaars
  • 3x OC81D Transistoren
  • Zoals gebruikt door Jimmy Page
  • Beperkte productie
  • Certificaat van echtheid

Dit pedaal is NIEUW.

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