Pedal Kit - Mod® Electronics, The Rock Bottom, Bass Fuzz
The Mod® Electronics Rock Bottom is a bass fuzz kit that gives you all of the sizzle you'd expect from a vintage fuzz without sacrificing those low frequencies. Use the blend pot to set your fuzz levels and dial in the volume to get that sound you need. This versatile pedal can be used for the sludgiest bass tones to the cleanest boost and everything in-between.
Mod ElectronicsTerminus Series
|Height with knobs/extrusions||2.035 in.|
|Item Height||1.375 in.|
|Item Length||4.695 in.|
|Item Width||4.015 in.|
|Packaging Dimensions||6.675 in. × 4.513 in. × 3.313 in.|
|Weight (Packaging)||1.0296 lbs.|
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1 answers I've got an easy question about your Bass Fuzz pedal, if I used it with a guitar would I get similar tones as a Guitar Fuzz pedal?
Asked by Anonymous on March 21st, 2018.
Yes this can be used on guitar and is sounds great! Basically if you are looking for a fuzz that keeps the low end in tack, this will deliver the goods.
1 answers Love the point-to-point! However, with such a large enclosure, I see no reason not to have top-mounted jacks — side-jacks are just a waste of pedalboard space. Is the kit available without the enclosure?
Asked by Anonymous on June 3rd, 2018.
This is currently not available without the enclosure. With that in mind, you could order the parts individually by referencing the instruction sheet attached above.
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My first attempt didn't go too well due to my very rusty soldering skills (it's been 30 years + since I've done any), but I did learn some valuable things during the first attempt with regard to wire and component placement. I didn't want to try to reuse the various components, so I ordered all new from amplifiedparts.com at a cost about 15 bucks. The second time I paid closer attention and it went very well. I am extremely happy with the pedal and will be buying another for me to assemble and send to my son, who also plays bass. Highly recommend if you enjoy building things!
I built this for our bass player.....as we do a lot of old Grand Funk music.I followed the instructions and it worked without rework. ...Low freqs. Are left clean. A1 for bass
I've built just about every project MOD has to offer, once again they nailed it with the directions and service. I've been looking for a good bass fuzz for a while and thought I'd try this out. As a semi pro player I need to be sure that the gear I use is reliable, this most certainly is. The way the fuzz blends into the signal is what I've been looking for, no bass drop when the pedal is engaged. As with all the MOD pedals, I built it to the design, then modified it a bit to my liking. Great product/project once again guys! Thanks!