Jext Telez White Pedal V2 Fuzz
JEXT TELEZ

Jext Telez White Pedal V2 Fuzz

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This is Jext Telez's breakout hit.....the flagship 'Beatles in a Box' (V1 is featured in the above video). The V2 introduces vintage transistors which increase the filter EQ depth and create a rounder, deeper distortion.

Based on the fuzz used for guitar parts among other instruments on: USSR, Birthday (the 'underwater piano'), Monkey, Warm Gun, Helter Skelter, Lady Madonna, Bulldog, Hello Goodbye, Flying, Sgt. Peppers, Sympathy for the Devil, Brown Sugar, Honkey Tonk Woman...

The Vox Supreme, Defiant, Conqueror and Virtuoso amplifiers came with a fuzz/OD and semi-parked Wah built into the amp. Stones and Lennon/McCartney/Harrison all used it judiciously on many a tune.

When you blend a fuzz that shoots out of a mix with a scary directness and add to that a perfectly tweaked, talking wah-tone.. Some quadratic time domain stuff happens. It's simply classic and familiar but complex in it's internal layering.

The White Pedal delivers this emotionally rocking voice-- stripped down, raw, holographic, direct, timeless, deconstructionist. Pedal comes in white bag inside white box. Manual, labels, stickers and white feet included.

Five knobs show slight silhouettes on the all-white design, referencing the classic album cover. The first two knobs — Volume and Gain — control the overdrive and fuzz, respectively. Those two on their own yield plenty of tasty tones — specifically that close, right-between-the-eyes sort of direct-to-the-console sound that you hear on Beatle records.

Dial back the gain and get that mid-heavy grit. Dial it up and capture an aggressive fuzz that doesn’t do the tubey sag that almost every other fuzz on the market offers.

The right two knobs are Treble and Bass controls. It’s a brash pedal when full-throated, so I tend to dial the treble back slightly to help tame the presence. But it’s the Bass knob and the fifth 3-position knob (the Yoko knob) that control a midrange boost frequency that really blew our mind. It’s here that you can dial in parked wah and bandpass filter sounds.

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