www.cusackeffects.com 494 Lincoln Ave, STE 10, Holland, MI

www.cusackeffects.com 494 Lincoln Ave, STE 10, Holland, MI
LEVEL - This is the overall level of the affected signal. Adjust this for the correct
sound level between off and on.
Fuzz - All the way counterclockwise is no
fuzz, all the way clockwise is “Broken OpAmp” and it cuts out as your note decays.
Scream - All the way counter clockwise is no
gain, all the way clockwise is about twice the
gain of a typical Overdrive pedal.
IN—Guitar Input to the pedal. This jack disconnects power, unplug when not in use.
OUT - Output of the pedal. Plug this
either into your amp or into any
other effects you want after.
Bypass Switch - Kick the
switch to change from effect
on to effect off.
DC Power Jack - Used
to power your pedal
from a DC supply. This has
the same pin-out as the
standard pedal supplies, tip is ground,
sleeve is 9V. Use a
filtered supply, especially on high gain overdrive and distortion pedals, since
they tend to amplify power supply noise.
Status LED (Red/Green) - When the effect is on
the LED is Red. When battery voltage is below
~7.5V, the LED will blink a few times when the pedal
is engaged. By default the LED is Green when bypassed. To have the LED off in bypass HOLD the Bypass Switch for several seconds until the LED Blinks.
Hold again to turn the LED back on in Bypass.
Clip Mode Toggle - Select the type of Clipping
Diodes. To the Left is “Stock”, to the right is
“Crushed”, and in the middle is “LED” (Asymmetrical
LED clipping). Different diodes cause the overall
level to change, so you may have to adjust
the level after moving the Clip
Mode Toggle.
Clip LED - This
is the LED
above the Toggle Switch.
When in LED Clip Mode,
this LED will follow your guitar playing. The brightness
will vary depending on guitar
pickups and Scream setting, and
does not light up at low gain settings. If you jam the front end with
another high gain pedal, you can use
the Clip-O-Meter to tune your guitar. Hit
your 5th fret and next open; Tune until the
Clip-O-Meter stops blinking. A great trick to
impress your friends with!
Power Consumption - ~8mA.
Updated 7/16/10
494 Lincoln Ave, STE 10, Holland, MI 49423
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