About This Listing

This specific pedal is a prototype. I have a different version I am going to add as a consistent member of my lineup. There is a decent scratch at the bottom, and some minor indents around the edges of the face. The LEDs are also switched, so the deathcap led is on the overdriven freedom and vice versa. The price is discounted with all these factored in.


This pedal is two circuits in one compact box. There’s a lot of knobs, but don’t let it overwhelm you. It just means there’s more tones in this box!


The Overdriven Freedom side is a highly tweak-able overdrive/ medium-high gain distortion. It has a 3 section EQ built into it, so you can tweak your highs, mids, and bass as much as you would like, + a presence knob to set the graininess and saturation more in the background, with a darker sound, or more forward leaning + brighter and warmer.

To get overdrive sounds, keep the gain very low and the volume a bit higher. You can totally get some light overdrive sounds out of this box.


In essence, it’s a medium gain overdrive/distortion,


The Deathcap Fuzz is a super versatile classic fuzz sounding circuit. It has that velcro like quality to it, and sounds exactly like many vintage fuzz pedals except that it is MUCH more tweakable, and doesn’t sound weak/have low output.


The Body and High labels are switched, the one that says body should be high and vice versa. The body knob allows for a much fuller, or thin fuzz and can create a wide array of fuzz textures. The high is self explanatory, and the head knob does a somewhat similar thing, except instead of blending more highs in, it seems to change the nature of it. The highs become much more compressed and fizzy when this knob is maxed, and much more open and rigid when it is at the minimum.


PLEASE READ IF FIRST TIME CUSTOMER!!!


Welcome to Twilight Zone Electronics.


I welcome you to use these sonic devices to summon realms of vibrations only available through my hand created devices. Each piece is entirely unique in its own way, both aesthetically and sound wise. While I may reuse certain sounds or circuits, I strive to make changes and unique variations whenever possible, whether it be trying different transistors, resistor or capacitor values, or new diode combinations.

Same goes with the color ways, I may reuse certain ideas or methods, but I strive to make variation so that every piece is truly unique. 


My mission here is not to simply make a guitar pedal, but to make a piece of art both aesthetically and most importantly, sonically and audibly. I wish to create devices that represent ideas, essences, and sounds that transport you to a certain space/feeling/dimension. Something that, at a click of a button, causes an entire energy shift. That electric feeling between you and your guitar, and the flow of vibrations from the guitar to the amp.


I emphasize on creative ideas, playing and experimenting with sounds and circuits that create interesting relationships. For example, I may make a big muff in which the gain stages are green Russian, but with the tonestack of the rams head muff, or maybe what 3 different, unique fuzzes sound like in a box, or maybe what a modded 5 knob 3 switch overdrive plus a comprehensive high pass/ low pass filter sounds like. They’re all ideas in my head, and I love offering people things that they will love and play. I instill spirit within these electronics so that the player can be inspired in a way that brings out that sweet mojo every musician has deep down inside.


Take your tone to the twilight zone. 


First off, I appreciate the heck out of your interest. I put my heart and soul into these devices and sprinkle a little mojo and magic on each one so you can take your guitar playing to new dimensions. Feel free to ask any questions. I have demos of each pedal on guitar. If you’re a bassist, and want a demo, let me know and I can make one for you. I am a bassist as well as guitarist, and use all my pedals on bass. They all work equally well on bass as they do on guitar.


These are all handmade by me in California. I am a 21 year old college student studying electrical engineering. They are sold as is. I have to do all my painting and coating outdoors so naturally, the finishes may be imperfect, and flat out honestly they are quite never 100% mint but I strive to get them as good as possible. It is highly possible there will be a speck or two of dirt or dust under the finish, it’s really difficult to prevent it as there are trees and lots of wind in my area. Most of the time, it is unnoticeable unless the pedal is thoroughly examined. I offer significant discounts if any of my pedals have more than reasonable cosmetic blemishes.


Also please note that I only include 2 screws on the backing plate for each pedal. You only need two, and it helps me identify which pedals are mine, and also just customary culture that I decided to do.


My pedals are not designed for use with batteries, only by an external DC power supply. If requested, I can possibly make custom pedals that fit batteries but they will be one size up of a box to accommodate for a battery. All pedals are center negative 9v unless stated. Never use anything over 9v as you can blow everything in the power rail of the circuit. Very select pedals I offer will be able to run at 18v and will be specified in the description if that is the case. Never assume a pedal can safely run 18v.


Repairing a pedal fried by 18v is extremely difficult, and I simply lack the free time to offer that repair for free should one accidentally plug a 18v supply into a 9v pedal of mine. I will repair it but at a cost depending on the circuit. It requires the replacing of almost every component that is directly in the power rail.


Electronically and function wise I always hold on to pedals for a while and use them to make sure no problems arise, and are never sold faulty. I ALWAYS do a final test playing the pedal, inspecting, and tightening all nuts and bolts before shipping a pedal out to ensure everything is fully working and prepared for long term use.


If one ever stops working, feel free to message me and I will either fix it, or replace the entire circuit, unless it looks like it’s been attempted to be modded, or has been abused more than necessary.


I have so far never had USPS lose a package. If this problem should ever arise, I will do my best to help trace down the package, but there is only so much I can do. I have very limited time, so I ask that the customer make a full bodied attempt to locate or retrieve the package.


Once a pedal is bought and out of my hands, I am unable to provide refunds, these pieces help fund my costs of living, and help me expand my business so I can pursue my dreams. I am more than happy to exchange your pedal or give you a store credit within 10 days of your pedal arriving, as long as it’s in the same condition I sent it in.


I am one person doing the graphic design, circuit board design, PCB preparation, enclosure drilling, painting, assembly, logistics, customer service, and social media. I just do not have the resources to give full cash refunds once a pedal is out of my hands. I have good customer service when it comes to repairs, so feel free to hit me up. If anything ever happens or breaks unexpectedly or prematurely, I will often service/repair complimentary, I only ask the customer to pay for postage back to me, I will send it to the customer free of charge. For normal wear and tear, I may charge a small parts or labor fee if it’s an extensive repair. I won’t empty your pockets and will be more than fair with a repair price should that be the case. I may deny repairs as often times they are more time consuming than the pedal is worth.


Any purchase, pretty much goes right back into parts for making more pedals. I hope to expand my store and explore some crazy tones and make better and better creations over time! There’s always new, fun cool things I have planned. If you read the entire thing, thank you and have an amazing week, and remember to keep tuning into music, the vibrations and energy that make the world go round, and help all of us navigate through the rough journeys we face in our day to day as humans.


This circuit is one of the most tweakable fuzz circuits out there. At the heart, it’s a 2 transistor design, so it shares characteristics with the fuzz face, colorsound fuzz box, the DAM meathead, and many more.


All these circuits come together to make one amazing drive texture unit. You can intertwine them to create the sounds you imagine, or use them one by one for specific applications. 

Listed7 months ago
Condition
Brand
  • Twilight Zone Electronics
Model
  • Overdriven Freedom + Deathcap Fuzz
Categories

About the Seller

Twilight Zone Electronics

Laguna Hills, CA, United States
(164)
Joined Reverb:2020
Items Sold:198
Twilight Zone Electronics Overdriven Freedom + Deathcap Fuzz
Twilight Zone Electronics Overdriven Freedom + Deathcap Fuzz
Originally $159, now $99 ($60 price drop)
$60 price drop

About This Listing

This specific pedal is a prototype. I have a different version I am going to add as a consistent member of my lineup. There is a decent scratch at the bottom, and some minor indents around the edges of the face. The LEDs are also switched, so the deathcap led is on the overdriven freedom and vice versa. The price is discounted with all these factored in.


This pedal is two circuits in one compact box. There’s a lot of knobs, but don’t let it overwhelm you. It just means there’s more tones in this box!


The Overdriven Freedom side is a highly tweak-able overdrive/ medium-high gain distortion. It has a 3 section EQ built into it, so you can tweak your highs, mids, and bass as much as you would like, + a presence knob to set the graininess and saturation more in the background, with a darker sound, or more forward leaning + brighter and warmer.

To get overdrive sounds, keep the gain very low and the volume a bit higher. You can totally get some light overdrive sounds out of this box.


In essence, it’s a medium gain overdrive/distortion,


The Deathcap Fuzz is a super versatile classic fuzz sounding circuit. It has that velcro like quality to it, and sounds exactly like many vintage fuzz pedals except that it is MUCH more tweakable, and doesn’t sound weak/have low output.


The Body and High labels are switched, the one that says body should be high and vice versa. The body knob allows for a much fuller, or thin fuzz and can create a wide array of fuzz textures. The high is self explanatory, and the head knob does a somewhat similar thing, except instead of blending more highs in, it seems to change the nature of it. The highs become much more compressed and fizzy when this knob is maxed, and much more open and rigid when it is at the minimum.


PLEASE READ IF FIRST TIME CUSTOMER!!!


Welcome to Twilight Zone Electronics.


I welcome you to use these sonic devices to summon realms of vibrations only available through my hand created devices. Each piece is entirely unique in its own way, both aesthetically and sound wise. While I may reuse certain sounds or circuits, I strive to make changes and unique variations whenever possible, whether it be trying different transistors, resistor or capacitor values, or new diode combinations.

Same goes with the color ways, I may reuse certain ideas or methods, but I strive to make variation so that every piece is truly unique. 


My mission here is not to simply make a guitar pedal, but to make a piece of art both aesthetically and most importantly, sonically and audibly. I wish to create devices that represent ideas, essences, and sounds that transport you to a certain space/feeling/dimension. Something that, at a click of a button, causes an entire energy shift. That electric feeling between you and your guitar, and the flow of vibrations from the guitar to the amp.


I emphasize on creative ideas, playing and experimenting with sounds and circuits that create interesting relationships. For example, I may make a big muff in which the gain stages are green Russian, but with the tonestack of the rams head muff, or maybe what 3 different, unique fuzzes sound like in a box, or maybe what a modded 5 knob 3 switch overdrive plus a comprehensive high pass/ low pass filter sounds like. They’re all ideas in my head, and I love offering people things that they will love and play. I instill spirit within these electronics so that the player can be inspired in a way that brings out that sweet mojo every musician has deep down inside.


Take your tone to the twilight zone. 


First off, I appreciate the heck out of your interest. I put my heart and soul into these devices and sprinkle a little mojo and magic on each one so you can take your guitar playing to new dimensions. Feel free to ask any questions. I have demos of each pedal on guitar. If you’re a bassist, and want a demo, let me know and I can make one for you. I am a bassist as well as guitarist, and use all my pedals on bass. They all work equally well on bass as they do on guitar.


These are all handmade by me in California. I am a 21 year old college student studying electrical engineering. They are sold as is. I have to do all my painting and coating outdoors so naturally, the finishes may be imperfect, and flat out honestly they are quite never 100% mint but I strive to get them as good as possible. It is highly possible there will be a speck or two of dirt or dust under the finish, it’s really difficult to prevent it as there are trees and lots of wind in my area. Most of the time, it is unnoticeable unless the pedal is thoroughly examined. I offer significant discounts if any of my pedals have more than reasonable cosmetic blemishes.


Also please note that I only include 2 screws on the backing plate for each pedal. You only need two, and it helps me identify which pedals are mine, and also just customary culture that I decided to do.


My pedals are not designed for use with batteries, only by an external DC power supply. If requested, I can possibly make custom pedals that fit batteries but they will be one size up of a box to accommodate for a battery. All pedals are center negative 9v unless stated. Never use anything over 9v as you can blow everything in the power rail of the circuit. Very select pedals I offer will be able to run at 18v and will be specified in the description if that is the case. Never assume a pedal can safely run 18v.


Repairing a pedal fried by 18v is extremely difficult, and I simply lack the free time to offer that repair for free should one accidentally plug a 18v supply into a 9v pedal of mine. I will repair it but at a cost depending on the circuit. It requires the replacing of almost every component that is directly in the power rail.


Electronically and function wise I always hold on to pedals for a while and use them to make sure no problems arise, and are never sold faulty. I ALWAYS do a final test playing the pedal, inspecting, and tightening all nuts and bolts before shipping a pedal out to ensure everything is fully working and prepared for long term use.


If one ever stops working, feel free to message me and I will either fix it, or replace the entire circuit, unless it looks like it’s been attempted to be modded, or has been abused more than necessary.


I have so far never had USPS lose a package. If this problem should ever arise, I will do my best to help trace down the package, but there is only so much I can do. I have very limited time, so I ask that the customer make a full bodied attempt to locate or retrieve the package.


Once a pedal is bought and out of my hands, I am unable to provide refunds, these pieces help fund my costs of living, and help me expand my business so I can pursue my dreams. I am more than happy to exchange your pedal or give you a store credit within 10 days of your pedal arriving, as long as it’s in the same condition I sent it in.


I am one person doing the graphic design, circuit board design, PCB preparation, enclosure drilling, painting, assembly, logistics, customer service, and social media. I just do not have the resources to give full cash refunds once a pedal is out of my hands. I have good customer service when it comes to repairs, so feel free to hit me up. If anything ever happens or breaks unexpectedly or prematurely, I will often service/repair complimentary, I only ask the customer to pay for postage back to me, I will send it to the customer free of charge. For normal wear and tear, I may charge a small parts or labor fee if it’s an extensive repair. I won’t empty your pockets and will be more than fair with a repair price should that be the case. I may deny repairs as often times they are more time consuming than the pedal is worth.


Any purchase, pretty much goes right back into parts for making more pedals. I hope to expand my store and explore some crazy tones and make better and better creations over time! There’s always new, fun cool things I have planned. If you read the entire thing, thank you and have an amazing week, and remember to keep tuning into music, the vibrations and energy that make the world go round, and help all of us navigate through the rough journeys we face in our day to day as humans.


This circuit is one of the most tweakable fuzz circuits out there. At the heart, it’s a 2 transistor design, so it shares characteristics with the fuzz face, colorsound fuzz box, the DAM meathead, and many more.


All these circuits come together to make one amazing drive texture unit. You can intertwine them to create the sounds you imagine, or use them one by one for specific applications. 

Listed7 months ago
Condition
Brand
  • Twilight Zone Electronics
Model
  • Overdriven Freedom + Deathcap Fuzz
Categories

About the Seller

Twilight Zone Electronics

Laguna Hills, CA, United States
(164)
Joined Reverb:2020
Items Sold:198

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