$89 Genuine Mullard OC44 Rangemaster treble booster clone - Hand wired

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  1. Alligatorbling

    Alligatorbling ★AstroCat★ Premium Member V.I.P. Member MLP Vendor

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    I have parts in to start building a small number of OC44 rangemaster clones. My shipment shorted me some potentiometers so I only had enough parts on hand to build one of these, Ill have a couple more built in the next week or so and list them here when they become available.

    This is a recreation of the original Dallas Rangemaster, I use a genuine Mullard OC44 PNP Germanium transistor in this circuit, just like the originals.

    I hand wire my pedals with tremendous pride, I put a lot of work into these to bring you the very best product I can. I utilize quality parts in my pedals and build them to withstand a life time of use. These enclosures are professionally powder coated so the finish is built to last.

    PM me to purchase or reserve a place in line for others as they become available

    Price is $89 US Dollars plus 8 dollars shipping and handling to the lower 48 USA, shipping for anywhere else in the world is 14 dollars.

    To the lower 48, I ship USPS Priority mail so you can get it quick.

    Thank you for your interest and support MLP! PM me if you have any questions.

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    Crotch Support MLP Veterans & Vendors Double Platinum Supporter Premium Member

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    Mr Bling. Do you by chance make reverb pedals? I love my little Eric Clapton tremolux amp but it only has trem which sounds so annoyingly and surfy. If i turn it off all the way I kind of miss that little extra reverb I get from the Marshall. I don't like a strong reverb. Just enough to give the notes some life.

    Because the amp is so clean and I miss my Friedman amp I was trying to find a BE or dirty Shirley pedaling where I could get the crunch with reverb all in one but no luck.

    If you can do a little light reverb with one of your killer paint jobs I'd love to talk. If you can't no sweat. Hope all is well. Happy new year.
     
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    Greatest
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    :dude::dude::dude:

    Couldn't agree more. I was just playing my ES LP tonite for the first time in a while. I was rocking along thinking, h*ly f*** this thing sounds amazing. And it did. Then I realized I had the Bling Rangemaster on. Clicked it off. The ES LP was still good, but the Bling Pedal was doing the heavy work.

    That is not the first time that has happened with this pedal, either.
     
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    I have some great guitars and a GREAT amp. I still love to have the Rangemaster in there.

    If I were a pro, I'd order a Bling Rangemaster for all my guitars, gut the pedal and just have the innards installed directly into the guitars.
     
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    Alligatorbling ★AstroCat★ Premium Member V.I.P. Member MLP Vendor

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    Thanks everyone, and crotch, currently im not doing reverb, but if i ever do you'll be the first one i contact.
     
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    Bling, have you ever run 2 of your Rangemasters in a row, stacked? I think this is what Brian May does.
     
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    very interesting idea! I cant say that I have, but I will try it!
     
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    6 watchers on this one on reverb
     
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    7 watchers on reverb.

    Dare to compare my prices folks! Other genuine OC44 rangemaster clones sell for much more. This is a recreation of the original circuit, GENUINE mullard golden saucer OC44 transistor.
     
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    I have one. It's cool and vocal - Ryan's a great guy to deal with too!
     
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