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Jhs The Clover Preampli

Electric guitar preamp

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Description

The Clover has four standard controls and one rotary switch on the top. The Volume control allows you to set your volume at unity or as a boost to push your amp or dirt pedals. There are three EQ controls to give you tons of control to cut or boost Bass, Mids, and Treble. The rotary switch has three settings: Full EQ, No Mid, and No EQ. When set to Full EQ all three EQ controls are in operation, giving you full control over the full range of EQ available. The No Mid setting is an exact replica of the original FA-1, removing the ability to control the Mids and leaving them in a fixed setting. When in the No EQ mode all the EQ settings are removed and the Clover becomes a straight FET boost, perfect for pushing an amp. On the right side of the pedal there is a Low Cut dip switch. This removes some of the lows if you feel your tone is too muddy and can help you cut through a mix.

Characteristics

Ref : 85684
- Technology : transistors
- Treble: +/- 15dB shelving filter at 10kHz
- Middle: +/- 15dB peaking filter at 1.3kHz
- Bass: +/- 15dB shelving filter at 270Hz (3dB freq)
- Lo cut: engaged -3dB point at 212Hz
- Input impedance: >1M ohm
- Output impedance: = 520ohms
- Current draw at idle: = 45.5mA

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