Supa Zee

Tone Bender MKI replica circa 2007.

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Cheers guys!
I’m guessing the run sound very similar to this one yeah?
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^ I would say so, I imagine Dave spends a lot of time tuning them to be as perfect as each other :tu:
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Awesome. We’ve struck gold on this one then :tu:
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These are like MKl flesheads, no joke
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I think that’s a great comparison
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Really curious if anyone has compared the Supa Zee to the 1965. The Supa Zee is my favorite MK1 I've yet played but I'm always wondering how it stacks up to Dave's other offerings. I also feel like the name perhaps references the Supa Fuzz prototype and the Zonk Machine, other members of the MK1 family? Does it incorporate design features of those circuits?
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I’ve played both and the Supa Zee and the 1965, not his zonk though. I can tell you both are amazing circuits, but I honestly preferred the zee. It has a much wider sweet spot, sang like a 2 dollar whore and worked well with singles or buckers. I thought my 65 was pretty amp and guitar specific. The zee also has less artifacts and more sustain if that’s ur thing. Hope that helps. Good look on the hunt.
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mjkk wrote: Sat Sep 11, 2021 1:01 am I’ve played both and the Supa Zee and the 1965, not his zonk though. I can tell you both are amazing circuits, but I honestly preferred the zee. It has a much wider sweet spot, sang like a 2 dollar whore and worked well with singles or buckers. I thought my 65 was pretty amp and guitar specific. The zee also has less artifacts and more sustain if that’s ur thing. Hope that helps. Good look on the hunt.
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