The Blunderbuss is a special run of Hybrid Silicon/Germanium Muskets
The term “blunderbuss” is of Dutch origin, from the Dutch word donderbus, which is a combination of donder, meaning “thunder”, and buss, meaning “Pipe” (Middle Dutch: busse, box, tube, from Late Latin, buxis, box). The similar German Büchse is as common for tin as for rifle.
The transition from donder to blunder is thought by some to be deliberate; the term blunder was originally used in a transitive sense, synonymous with to confuse, and this is thought to describe the stunningly loud report of the large bore, short barreled blunderbuss.
Blackout Effectors Blunderbuss Fuzz Features:
- Based on the Blackout Effectors Musket circuit
- Uses Silicon and Germanium transistors
- Midrange control
- 9 volt operation
- True bypass