Since we just rereleased The Gale V2, we thought we'd do a special run of Rangemasters to go with it. But not just normal Rangemasters. Rangemaster: Foodie edition. We designed 5 laser graphics that will look familiar at first glance, but are very different...and not just because they have our logo on the bottom. You pick the food and the knobs. Here's the deal:
Rangemaster by itself: $139
The Gale by itself: $169
Gale AND a Rangemaster: Foodie edition and get the Rangemaster for $79. ($60 off!)
Add both products to your cart then enter code: "Foodie" at check out. If you already purchased a Gale and want the Rangemaster too, just buy the Rangemaster and use the same code and let us know in the notes. Gales are ready to ship but Rangemasters will take a couple of weeks to laser and put together. If you buy both and want to arrange for the Gale to ship sooner, send us a direct message. In/formerly in the military? Use code "military" for an extra 10% off and message us something to prove your service. THANK YOU!
Note: yes, we know the discount code will work even if you only buy one of the items. Please don't waste our time and potential processing fees (literally money out of our pocket) by trying to game the system. We are a two person business and don't have a ton of extra time to monitor people's honesty. Thanks!
The Dallas Rangemaster was a non-switchable treble booster made in the 1960s using a Germanium transistor (typically OC44) by Dallas Arbiter in England. We have modernized it and are using high quality components for quiet and superior tone. There is an added frequency control that allows a full-range of tones! This is the last run of laser Rangemasters we are doing for a while.
Almost a year in the making, The Gale is a complex and harmonically rich distortion/fuzz with custom-designed Germanium, discrete operational amplifier architecture that covers a huge range of distortion, drive, and fuzz tones. The unique shape control allows you change the way the clipping circuit behaves with high and low pass filters, making it super-interactive with the tone control. You can get some light-drive edge all the way to blistering fuzz.
We always recommend isolated power supplies. If you daisy chain effects on one supply or use a low-quality product, you may inject noise, ripple, ground loop hum, etc. This effect requires 9v, center negative power. In other words, the industry standard power supply.
Demo note: The old graphics feature the same circuit as the new, so don't be alarmed if the pedal in some of the demo videos does not look the same. It sounds the same!