Cons: i play old vintage guitars with original pickups and they all sound great with this thing! And like I said, the vintage Panasonics are nothing special. 8) way cheaper than a Watson or black cat clone, don't believe the hype, there is nothing special in a univox superfuzz, and assuming you use good germanium transistors for the full wave rectification/clipping (they do). Features are gain, treble/bass (the big selling point for this superfuzz or the hyperfuzz as the vintage superfuzz has no tone controls and can be picky with amps and guitars as a result), volume and a mode switch that does flat mids and scooped mids like the univox and a clean transistor boost in mode 3 like the fz2. And like I said, the vintage Panasonics are nothing special. 6) sturdy enough for set and forget use in an effects looper... The lowest-priced brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging (where packaging is applicable).Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag.See details for additional description. Something went wrong. The Behringer SUPER FUZZ SF300 recreates the whole variety of famous fuzz tones of the '60s and '70s. Trending price is based on prices over last 90 days. 2) has additional boost mode (though why bother) Weighing just about 0.33 kg, this … Now the real skinny... it's simple.this pedal sounds incredible ! 1) sounds right, will do live at leeds, beasties, pumpkins, mudhoney etc ... will also cop hendrix tones with a strat, wah and marshally amp We have a great online selection at the lowest prices with Fast & Free shipping on many items! See, I am running my Behringer Superfuzz in a true bypass loop anyway. Descubra a melhor forma de comprar online. But it eats some top because it has the Univox nominal impedance of 500kohms versus a non-jumpered tube amp which is a reactive 1megohm. See each listing for international shipping options and costs. The sound quality is surprisingly great. It can be difficult to dial in a good tone for fingerstyle, I find that I have to keep the gain way down and boost the treble to get a nice clear sound. Forwhatever that's worth, boosts are a dime a dozen, why bother unless 3 way switches are cheaper in bulk than 2 ways! Current slide {CURRENT_SLIDE} of {TOTAL_SLIDES}- Save on Distortion & Overdrive, Current slide {CURRENT_SLIDE} of {TOTAL_SLIDES}- You may also like, {"modules":["unloadOptimization","bandwidthDetection"],"unloadOptimization":{"browsers":{"Firefox":true,"Chrome":true}},"bandwidthDetection":{"url":"https://ir.ebaystatic.com/cr/v/c1/thirtysevens.jpg","maxViews":4,"imgSize":37,"expiry":300000,"timeout":250}}. Its a small thing and easily remedied. The pots are chintzy and stiff. Then again we never whine about the impedance drag from a jumpered plexi at a nominal 500k, so is it a big deal? Should've known this was a pump-fake deal,because these pedals are hard to get and this one came in less than a week! pros: The biggest difference is a plastic case instead of metal. 4) much smaller than original shin-ei and Canadian units, reasonably smaller than boutique copies, slightly smaller than Boss FZ2 Get the best deals for behringer sf300 at eBay.com. Then again we never whine about the impedance drag from a jumpered plexi at a nominal 500k, so is it a big deal? 4) purchasing it gives $10-15 bucks to the vile Uri Behringer, who is a creep and a thief. But that's a variable impedance based on the tube's voltage/current draw, so it sounds better than a fixed 500k to most ears. 7) has THE sound (I had a real univox guys, its close as hell and the tone controls finish the job making it fine tunable) plus a lower noise floor than the original Univox fuzz. Though it's something I enjoy playing around with and for $23 it's worth it even if I only get one sound out of it that I like. Pleasantly shocked here. Now the real skinny... Condition is New. 8) way cheaper than a Watson or black cat clone, don't believe the hype, there is nothing special in a univox superfuzz, and assuming you use good germanium transistors for the full wave rectification/clipping (they do). NEW Behringer Super Fuzz SF300 3-Mode Fuzz Distortion. View cart for details. I bought this for use with a bass guitar. The knobs are tiny and hard to access. Its a small thing and easily remedied. See, I am running my Behringer Superfuzz in a true bypass loop anyway. 7) has THE sound (I had a real univox guys, its close as hell and the tone controls finish the job making it fine tunable) plus a lower noise floor than the original Univox fuzz. Encontre Behringer Sf300 - Pedais Behringer no Mercado Livre Brasil. 6) sturdy enough for set and forget use in an effects looper... Dedicated Level, Gain, Treble and Bass dials provide tons of tone-shaping options. As expected the box is crap. With the SF300’s three unique sound modes you can: channel the grittiest tones of underground proto-punk legends; update your sound into a crunchy industrial cacophony; or opt for a pure gain boost that will shred the competition! I just play at home so it's no big deal. 3) doesn't look as cool as the 2 tone Univox superfuzzes Copyright © 1995-2020 eBay Inc. All Rights Reserved. pros: It sounds really great when using a pick or when playing chords. TheBehringer SUPER FUZZ SF300 is a 3-Mode Fuzz Distortion Effects Pedal. 4) much smaller than original shin-ei and Canadian units, reasonably smaller than boutique copies, slightly smaller than Boss FZ2 Definetly Returning and buyin Boss Super Fuzz! Copyright © 1995-2020 eBay Inc. All Rights Reserved. When adjusting the gain it very quickly becomes too much gain for anything practical other than trying to make an effect. the plastic box? - Behringer Super Fuzz SF300 Fuzz Guitar Effect Pedal. Number of bids and bid amounts may be slightly out of date. The sound quality is surprisingly great. Has the same internal components as the more expensive BOSS unit for a lot less money. Plenty close for stage work and way more versatile thanks to the baxandall tonestack.... maybe less gainy due to the extra gain eaten by the tonestack, but maybe that's accounted for by a hotter Q1, its the 2nd transistor that stands a better of chance of shaping the sound anyway! 4) purchasing it gives $10-15 bucks to the vile Uri Behringer, who is a creep and a thief. If he were an Aerican or subject of QE2 I would even call hima traitor... Oh well. Not to mention the assfucking the couple boutique builders who copy this simple circuit will give you for their copy.... hint, bring your own lube. it is what it is!take care of it,and it will take care of you!!! Current slide {CURRENT_SLIDE} of {TOTAL_SLIDES}- Best Selling in Distortion & Overdrive. The vintage panasonic transistors get a lot of attention, but given that the wave is clippedoff by diodes for the octaving effect the transistors don't play a big role in the circuRead full review. I knew that the boss fz2 hyperfuzz was a modified univox and discovered that even though boss discontinued the hyperfuzz, the vile Uri Behringer copied the fz2 as his superfuzz. But that's a variable impedance based on the tube's voltage/current draw, so it sounds better than a fixed 500k to most ears. I missed my vintage superfuzzz... okay, when I had a ton of vintage fuzzes before they became collector's items I used to own an original, early 70s univox superfuzz with pink and blue cosmetics and in a fit of frustration with how finicky she could be with different guitars and amps I sold her for a huge profit (also, the footswitch was sketchy as hell and she had to be run on a looper for reliable switching, but as her value rose I was afraid to replace ANYTHING inside her with new, functional parts even if they were drop-in replacements).. see my review of the univox. 1) sounds right, will do live at leeds, beasties, pumpkins, mudhoney etc ... will also cop hendrix tones with a strat, wah and marshally amp Pleasantly shocked here. both fuzz options are terrific.and the boost function is outstanding.it's worth the price just as a clean boost. 2) shoddy case and pots - Behringer SF300 Super Fuzz Guitar Pedal, - Behringer SF300 Super Fuzz guitar effects Pedal, - NEW Behringer SF300 Super Fuzz Guitar Pedal Free USA Shipping, - Behringer SF300 Super Fuzz Effects FX Pedal SF-300 - Brand New - Belfield Music, - Behringer Guitar Effect Pedal SF300 SUPER FUZZ, - Behringer Guitar Effect Pedal Super Fuzz SF300 SUPER FUZZ, - Behringer Super Fuzz SF300 3-Mode Fuzz Distortion Instrument Effects Pedal,Peach, - Behringer SF300 Super Fuzz Guitar Effects Pedal, - Behringer SF300 Super Fuzz Guitar Effects Pedal (Brand New In Box), - Behringer Super Fuzz SF300 3-Mode Fuzz Distortion Instrument Effec... 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