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BSM RM Treble Booster:
The German made BSM RM Treble Booster is identical to the prized Dallas Range Master unit (manufactured in England in the 60ís) used by Eric Clapton in John Mayall's Bluesbreakers and early Cream (both live and in the studio), as well as Black Sabbath's Tony Iommi. As the original, the unit uses the European OC44 germanium transistor and is fitted with a side mounted volume control.
Treble boosters (such as the Hornby Skewes, Orange, Dallas Rangemaster) were utilized by Eric Clapton, Brian May, Ritchie Blackmore, Rory Gallagher, David Gilmour and many other english guitarists to push their tube amplifiers into creamy distortion loaded with overtones. The result of the Range Master into a good tube amplifier is evident on the Bluesbreaker's "Beano" recording (into a JTM45) and the first two Black Sabbath albums (into a Laney stack).
The OC44 germanium transistors are carefully selected (over 50% are rejected by the manufacturer) and resin soaked over a three day period (to guarantee tension-free stability), to ensure superior sonic characteristics, optimal performance and long trouble-free life. The circuit is true bypass and has been updated to comply with current standards as well as eliminate unwanted noise and radio interference inherent in the original 60ís designs.
All BSM pedals are handmade in Germany with meticulous attention to detail and offer guarantee periods of 1 year for all mechanical parts, including the switch, pots, jacks etc. and 3 years for the electronics. BSM stompboxes are built like tanks and should last forever.
Sample 1 (with RM off)
Sample 2 (with RM on)
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