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Dan Armstrong Original Purple Peaker Equalizer Guitar Effects Module
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The Purple Peaker Equalizer from Dan Armstrong has a three-position switch to select one, both, or neither of the two peaks. In the "1" position, the...Click To Read More About This Product
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Equalize your keyboard and guitar with a one or two peak frequency.
The Purple Peaker Equalizer from Dan Armstrong has a three-position switch to select one, both, or neither of the two peaks. In the "1" position, the Purple Peaker introduces a 12 db peak centered at 4000 Hz which gives the instrument more "presence" or "bite". In the "2" position it produces the same presence peak plus a 7 db peak at 200 Hz to give the instrument more bottom or "punch". In the "Off' position neither peak is produced, but the guitar's signal is still improved, since the Purple Peaker's low impedance 200 ohm Output eliminates signal loss and hum pick-up, even with very long cables. The Purple Peaker EQ makes weak-sounding instruments sound fuller, and full-sounding instruments sound super. The equalizer is also excellent for musicians who want to record themselves by plugging directly into a tape machine without going through an amp. The Purple Peaker has Input Impedance of 100 k Ohms, and an excellent Signal-to-Noise ratio of 90 db.
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- The Purple Peaker is built in a sturdy, attractive aluminum housing with only the finest quality components. Overall dimensions are 59 mm wide x 59 mm high x 70 mm deep, although the unit protrudes only 43 mm from the face of a guitar. Weight is only 4-1/2 oz.
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The craftsmanship on this pedal is HORRIBLE! Its very cheaply made. There is a piece of CARDBOARD to ground the wires on the inside! I mean come on! Not only that but it kills tone! It sounded fine on a clean channel with a Les Paul, but as soon as I switched to overdrive, bye-bye tone! It sounds like there is a blanket over the amp all of a sudden. Plus it adds unnecessary feedback. If you were interested in these Dan Armstrong pedals like I was, SAVE YOUR MONEY! I had it for fifteen minutes, looked inside and one of the input wires snapped off because it was so cheap and already torn. The wires are horrible and the instructions are useless. Save yourself the disappointment! I'm assuming all of the other Dan Armstrong counterparts are as cheaply made as this one.