Silver pony 2 kit deluxe

1250,00 kr

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BYOC Silver Pony II kit in an enclosure with paint and screenprint. Same kit as Silver Pony II but with painted box and brown knurled pointer knobs.

The BYOC Silver Pony II takes one the most innovative and sought after overdrive circuits of all time and expands it into a dual channel overdrive with a few extras. The drive channel is a faithful klone of the original circuit. The clipping switch lets you choose between Germanium diode clipping for the smooth, compressed sound of the original, Silicon diode clipping for a crunchier, more open sound, and LED (light emitting diode) clipping for a gritty, completely uncompressed distortion.

One of the things this circuit is famous for is its ultra-clean and super transparent boost capabilities. But to use it as such, you have to stop playing, bend over, and turn the gain knob all the way down. You only get one or the other. There’s no way to switch between both with just the press of a button…till now. We dissected the clean boost portion of the circuit and made it into a separate boost channel. So now you can have the best of both worlds. And the boost channel is entirely independent of the overdrive channel. This means you can use it to boost the output of the overdrive channel for solos or you can use it as just a clean boost all on its own.

The complete & painted pedal is shown with brown 1400 style knobs, red LEDs, black power jack with internal nut, and paint/silk screen option. Paint/silk screen option for this kit is only available in Polished Chrome powder coat w/ black lettering.

Level of difficulty: 4 (of 5)
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1 review for Silver pony 2 kit deluxe

  1. edward chillington

    English: This pedal is amazing. It brings out sounds from my Parker Fly Classic DiMarzio humbuckers that I did not know they were capable of: it was like getting a new guitar. And this is just playing clean into Tannoy monitors via an M-Audio interface. Not advertised as an amp-in-a-box but for my ears, it is that. Construction is a few-day process, I recommend buying an assembled pedal unless you really enjoy soldering and assembly!

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