HAAS Pedals BB-1 Bunny Bloom Overdrive/Distortion Effect Pedal with Box
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Home grown, non-gmo. True bypass when they want to be. Boutique if you close your eyes. Truly analog guitar pedals, except for the occasional PT2399.
Made in Huntsville, AL.
What do you get when you combine an EQD Hizumitas and an EQD Plumes? The Bunny Bloom!
The Upper circuit is an overdrive stage, comparable to the EarthQuaker Devices Plumes. It has an amazing range, with multiple clipping options.
The Lower circuit is a distortion stage, comparable to the EarthQuaker Devices Hizumitas. This distortion circuit produces an incredible sound with both guitars and bass.
The pedal has buffered bypass, top mounted jacks, and it does not have a battery option. The purchase includes some basic accessories and stickers.Controls
- Upper Circuit:
- Gain: Controls the gain of the circuit. The higher the gain, the more the pedal will distort, as well as increase the output level. The more you turn the knob clockwise the more it will increase.
- Tone: Darkens the tone more you turn the knob counter-clockwise.
- Volume: Increases the output of the pedal the more the knob is turned clockwise.
- Clipping: The A option is a harder clipping distortion, perfect for when you want to add more grit prior to your signal hitting your amp. The B option allows more of the guitar’s signal to push through. This option is great when wanting a slight distortion with plenty of gain, especially when using single-coil pickups. When placing the switch in the Middle position it turns off the clipping modes, allowing you to bring in the full range of your guitar/bass.
- Lower Circuit:
- Sustain: Controls the gain of the circuit. The higher the gain, the more the pedal will distort. The more you turn the knob clockwise the more it will increase. A higher sustain allows you to have a strong signal, even when the signal coming from your instrument is low.
- Tone: Darkens the tone more you turn the knob clockwise. It works as a bias between treble, and mids and bass. The more your turn the knob counter-clockwise the more it decreases the mid and bass signal and the more it increases the treble signal.
- Volume: Increases the output of the pedal the more the knob is turned clockwise. This is the master volume.