Third Man Records Bumble Buzz Guitar Pedal - Black – No Longer Available
The Third Man Records Bumble Buzz Pedal, hand-made by Chris Young of Union Tube & Transistor (who built the pedal used for Jack White's guitar sounds on "Sixteen Saltines" and the vocals on "I'm Shakin'" off of 2012's Blunderbuss), is ready for buzzing around and stinging sounds. Designed by Third Man Creative Hive.
Input impedance: Zin @ 1KHz 30K / Output impedance: Zout @ 1KHz: 33K.
Power requirements: 9Vdc 10mA. The Unit runs off a standard center negative 9v DC 2.1mm Boss style adapter or a single 9v battery.
Keep the unit away from water, honey, and other liquids, and use only with a 9V battery or center negative 9V DC adapter. Avoid using adapters which output AC, or are center positive, as they will cause damage to the unit. Avoid adapters of questionable origin, as they are suspect form the get-go. We recommend a Boss 120T, Voodoo Lab Pedal Power, Trex or similar. We recommend avoiding switching adapters such as the Boss 120S, Godlyke Power All, and the One Spot. If you experience unwanted noise or are in doubt, please test with a 9V battery. Warranty includes parts and labour for problems unrelated to normal wear and tear in the first year. All warranty repairs will be performed - less the cost of shipping - by Union Tube & Transistor. Please retain proof of purchase for warranty and email email@example.com to attain a return authorization number and shipping information.
|Input Connectors||1/4-inch TS|
|Output Connectors||1/4-inch TS|
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