SUPER DESTROYER - 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY LIMITED EDITION
Each of these beauties is unique, and visually imperfect due to the dangerous and sometimes chaotic nature of decorating with waterslide decals from glob knows when…
Your old pal Aen doesn’t stop with a vintage sticker though. First there is an additional gain control, which is a fixed value in the standard TGD. Technically this gives you another degree of gain control, but practically it is yet another noise tweaking knob.
There is also a great big red kill switch in the middle of the pedal. This handy dandy (and visually stunning) control is available when the pedal is active OR bypassed! Tap tap tap away, friends. Now, you’ll notice when you play it, or watch the video, hitting the kill switch while the Destroyer is on doesn’t always stop the sound, in fact usually it doesn’t. EXACTLY. Welcome to the wild world of The Great Destroyer.
Finally on the right side of the pedal is a silver knob on a rotary switch. This is the secret sauce. Keep it secret. Keep it safe. The switch chooses between input capacitors. Audibly, it changes both the overall frequency response of the destroyer and it’s associated oscillations, focusing on the highest frequencies on the left, and the lower frequencies on the right. When switching between the caps early in a session, you can expect the last two positions to require a short “warm up” of a few seconds before producing sound.
Power Requirements: 35mA
Enclosure size: 5 5/8" x 4 5/8" x 1 9/16"