Mr Morphine Custom Fuzz Pedals

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Mr Morphine Custom Fuzz Pedals

Post by Radiotron » Fri Nov 11, 2016 9:32 pm

Mr Morphine Custom Fuzz Pedals

Some of my Mr Morphine builds up for direct sale :party:

Three flavors of classic fuzzy goodness: (1)my take on the mighty Mk-I Bender in a classy wedge enclosure by Peps1, replica’s of the (2) Supa Mk-I (Mk-I style circuit with passive tone filter) and (3) an early variant of the Supa Mk-II.

All pedals are built using the finest vintage and new components available and are tuned for low noise and ripping fuzz tones.

Mr Morphine Mk-I replica

List of specs:

• Folded steel Mk-I style enclosure by PigeonFX
• Vintage Philips and Piher carbon film resistors
• Iskra and glass sealed EuroFarad CKM111B caps
• Philips/Mullard OC75 transistors
• Cliff UK jacks
• Carling DPDT Switch
• Daka style “Chicken head” knobs
• Keystone heavy duty battery connector
• Shielded wire used throughout

Priced at SOLD PPG plus shipping.

I tuned them a little different from the last batch with the NKT-214, they’re more ‘vintage’ sounding so to say, not as refined with loads of character and plenty sustain.


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Mr Morphine Supa Mk-I

Here’s a list of the specs:

• Hammond diecast aluminium enclosure
• Vintage Iskra carbon film resistors
• Iskra KFMU and Wima TFM capacitors
• Philips OC75 transistors
• NOS brown RS Veroboard
• Full size Alpha pots
• Cliff UK jacks
• Carling Switch
• Daka style “Chicken head” knobs
• Easy access battery drawer
• Stove enameled Hamerite finish
• Shielded wire used throughout

Priced at SOLD PPG plus shipping.


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*The two units up for sale here differ slightly from the one pictured in that they lack the 50uF Wima cap across the power supply, it wasn’t needed.

Mr Morphine Supa Mk-II

Specs:

• Hammond diecast aluminium enclosure
• Vintage Piher carbon film resistors
• Iskra KFMU and Wima TFM capacitors
• Philips OC75 transistors
• NOS brown RS Veroboard
• Full size Alpha pots
• Cliff UK jacks
• Carling Switch
• Daka style “Chicken head” knobs
• Easy access battery drawer
• Stove enameled Hamerite finish
• Shielded wire used throughout

Priced at SOLD

Two available for direct purchase

Externally excactly the same as the Supa Mk-I above, guts look like so…

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If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to ask :tu:
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Re: Mr Morphine Custom Fuzz Pedals

Post by Coolhand78 » Fri Nov 11, 2016 9:56 pm

They look fantastic. Nice work man!
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Re: Mr Morphine Custom Fuzz Pedals

Post by innerflight » Fri Nov 11, 2016 11:00 pm

tidy work and tidy prices :badlove:
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Re: Mr Morphine Custom Fuzz Pedals

Post by HorseyBoy » Fri Nov 11, 2016 11:02 pm

Just gorgeous work. :tu:
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Re: Mr Morphine Custom Fuzz Pedals

Post by Doc Holliday » Fri Nov 11, 2016 11:22 pm

I own the supa and MK2! Great builds at great prices. Well put together and tuned to sound awesome! Very happy with both of mine.
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Post by daCod » Fri Nov 11, 2016 11:25 pm

that wedge is superb :award:
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Re: Mr Morphine Custom Fuzz Pedals

Post by Dullboy » Sat Nov 12, 2016 6:37 am

Very Damish inside, really clean and beautiful.
I can hear them play!
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Re: Mr Morphine Custom Fuzz Pedals

Post by Radiotron » Sat Nov 12, 2016 3:29 pm

Thanks for the kind words guys! Really means a lot to me :tu:
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Re: Mr Morphine Custom Fuzz Pedals

Post by spwonderboy » Sat Nov 12, 2016 4:53 pm

Mr Morphine pedals are top notch :tu: got the Supa MKI and SCB MKII and its one of the best reissue pedals I've got!
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Re: Mr Morphine Custom Fuzz Pedals

Post by phidias » Sat Nov 12, 2016 4:56 pm

spwonderboy wrote:Mr Morphine pedals are top notch :tu: got the Supa MKI and SCB MKII and its one of the best reissue pedals I've got!
Agreed. I've got these same 3 (MKI, Supa MKI and MKII), from the previous batch, and all kill. :crackjam:
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