Behringer SF300 Super Fuzz Distortion Pedal

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Behringer SF300 Super Fuzz Distortion Pedal

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The Behringer SF300 Super Fuzz Distortion Pedal is an extremely versatile fuzz pedal with three operating modes. A classic 1960s fuzz is joined by a bass-heavy grunge tone and a gain boost mode that takes advantage of your pickup's natural properties.

Solid construction and first-class electronics help you avoid signal degradation while ensuring silent operation. This is a quality retro-fuzz effect at an affordable price.

Three Different Operating Modes
Fuzz 1 is the famous late-60s warm fuzz. Fuzz 2 is a modern, darker, grungy fuzz. The Gain Boost mode works with your pickup and amp to overdrive your signal.
Two-Band EQ
Bass and treble controls allow you to sculpt your signal before it reaches the speaker.
UPC: 689076115919
Inputs 1 x 1/4" Input jack
Input Impedance 500 kOhms
Outputs 1 x 1/4" Output jack
Output Impedance 1 kOhm
Controls LEVEL knob
BASS knob
GAIN knob
MODE switch
BYPASS pedal
Power Supply 9 VDC, 100 mA regulated
Battery Type 1 x 9-volt
Dimensions (WxDxH) 2.75 x 2.13 x 4.8" (70 x 54 x 123mm)
Weight 0.73 lb (0.33 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight 0.85 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.75 x 3.8 x 2.5"
Behringer SF300 Super Fuzz Distortion Pedal
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    Rippin' little pedal!

    By Tyler

    from Chicago IL

    Comments about Behringer SF300 Super Fuzz Distortion Pedal:

    I run the super fuzz through a slightly dirty channel on my Fender amp. When I crank it up, my neighbors get mad.

    The casing is plastic, I might take the electronics out of it and put them in a metal casing I have laying around. So long as you don't abuse the pedal the casing should be fine. I enjoy the option of a little rough housing with my gear.

    I love it, and would recommend it to a friend.

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    Can't beat the price

    By Kenneth the dude

    from Balch Springs, Tx

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    • 1st Mode Sounds Vintage
    • sounds good for the price


    • 2nd Mode Sounds Digital
    • made out of plastic
    • Made Out Of Plastic Parts

    Best Uses

    • Rehouse It In A Metal Box

    Comments about Behringer SF300 Super Fuzz Distortion Pedal:

    This fuzz has three modes. The 1st mode sounds kinda like a fuzz face. I'm not sure what the 2nd mode is supposed to be, but it has a scooped mid range, and it's very digital sounding to me. The third mode is just a clean boost. I really like the 1st mode. In fact it's the only reason I bought this pedal. I rehoused mine in a metal box with metal jacks, pots, and switches. It cost me about $20 extra, but it's well worth it if you know how to solder.

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