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Minotaur Sonic Terrors

MINOTAUR SONIC TERRORS Evil Eye MKI


We are reissuing our MKI Evil Eye fuzz. It is a VERY loud and heavy piece of machinery. Ideal for all things heavy; from Doom and stoner to extreme Hendrix tones. It has a vintage quality to it as we have payed extra attention to the details and have used vintage materials. Carbon composition resistors and BC108 transistors. If we have to compare it to something, it is similar to the heavier mode of our Fuzz & Burn pedal. But due to different biasing and material values, it is a bit bassier and more aggressive.

Once again, we have designed it to be very instrument and amp dependent a thing that, despite its looks being pretty simple, makes it quite versatile. It cleans up perfectly using your instruments volume control, instead of a gain control, and the tone gets easily adjusted using your instruments' tone control and your amplifier settings. This makes it a very powerful tool while playing live as all the controls are in your hands.

CONTROLS

The Evil Eye MKI has a sole volume control (CURSE). Despite this, as previously stated, you can easily alter its tone and gain using your instrument and amplifier. You'll be amazed by its versatility despite its simplicity of use. From vintage proto-Metal heavy blues tones, to ultra punishing doom and death metal tones. Simple but VERY effective!

It is of course true bypass, so you need not worry about it buffering your signal.

Created by using:

  1. Heavy Duty die-cast aluminium enclosure, professionally powder coated and screen printed
  2. BC108 transistors
  3. Carbon composition resistors
  4. Vishay / Orange drop and styroflex capacitors
  5. High quality 3PDT footswitch and alpha pot
  6. Stranded core tinned coper wire
  7. Lead-free (Sn96,3 Ag3,7) solder

To use it plug your instrument or other effect output to the right side of the pedal and the amp or other effect input to the left side of the pedal and prepare yourself to be crushed!

It can be powered up either by a 9V battery, or by a standard 9V adapter (like the boss ones with negative in the centre). The DC input is on the right side of the pedal next to the input.

To make your battery last longer, please unplug the pedal’s input after using it.