By the 24th century, nanobots have solved all of humanity’s problems, from the common cold to socks with sandals. With billions of nanobots out of work, Dr. Scientist—with help from the National Research Council of Canada, the National Institute for Nanotechnology and the University of Alberta—developed a way to use nanotechnology to create a molecular junction, a new kind of diode that saturates in a slower, smoother, more pleasing way than conventional, silicon diodes. What resulted was a new kind of overdrive pedal, featuring three gain stages: a MOSFET booster, an NPN transistor fuzz and an opamp distortion.
Includes a USB flash drive that has the instruction manual on it, lots of pics of molecular junctions, and lots of scientific .pdfs for you to read including an article published in The Journal of Physics.
Operation: Mono input, mono output
Power Requirements: 9VDC @ 75mA, 2.1mm center negative plug
Input/Output Impedance: 500kΩ/1kΩ
Bypass: True bypass using soft touch switch and relay
FET Gain: Gain of the FET stage, clean boost to medium overdrive
NPN Gain: Gain of the NPN stage, cleanish boost to medium fuzz
Op Amp Gain: Gain of the op amp stage, clean boost to medium distortion
Master Tone: Treble control, +/-15dB peaking filter centred at 3kHz Master Volume: Output level
Rotary Switch: Selects 1 of 3 gain stages