About the BLEM description: The picture above is NOT one of the blems. The blems are
actually very minor. The lettering is slightly
fuzzy, and we only mean slightly. I would venture to guess
that most people will never notice, or really care, but it depends on the person.
This amazing overdrive is
known for it's ability to provide a transparent overdrive to your
amplifier while retaining the amps original tone. It's a fairly common
thing for an overdrive to color tone, so why invest in a $1500 plus amp
only to change it's inherent sound, right?
You could all the Timmy pedal he little brother to the Tim, and to a
degree, you'd be correct. It has essentially the same
but doesn't have the send and return loop nor the boost
It's also a bit smaller, saving that valuable pedal board real estate!
At low settings you will be able to effortlessly achieve a sound that
is simply "more" of what your amp already offers. As the gain is turned
up, and the pedal's EQ adjusted accordingly, smooth, singing, round and
reedy tones are at your fingertips.
The Timmy pedal's responsiveness is exactly like that of a great, tube
amplifier in that it responds immediately to your right hand's attack.
* 9 Volt battery or AC adapter operation
* Controls: Gain, Bass, Treble, Volume
* Amazing tone and touch sensitivity
* Internal dip switches mirror the
push/pull pot on
the rear of the Tim pedal for selectable modes of more gain or
you may know, the Timmy is
to find in stock anywhere, even here at Humbucker Music, so if it's in
stock, it's honestly a bit of a rare treat. Snag one (or
you don't like it, sell it on eBay for a profit. We don't