Supa Tone Bender w/Recessed Control Panel w/Original Box

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“Late 70s Colorsound Supa Tonebender fuzz with the slightly recessed
control panel. Sounds great as you
would expect. A
very loud signal, you actually have to turn it down, which seems rare
for a fuzz. Can run the gamut from being overdriven to a full on “wooly”
— giant massive
insane fuzz.”

“Retains guitar tone transparency, has a fat bottom when
needed, and is capable of achieving MKI, MKII, MKIII tones all with
minor tweaks of the dials, which are very respondent. The tone dial is very handy to have on a pedal like this.”

“Pedal cleans up
okay enough on your guitar volume with lower gain settings. Just below
the maximum gain level it is the craziest flippin’ fuzz I’ve ever heard.
In my opinion, the ultimate, most dynamic Tone Bender out there. Appears
to have plenty of old tropical fish and four BC184C silicon trannies
housed inside.”

to it’s charm — it’s casing, an extremely rare version that features a
chrome finish. It has been speculated that for every one Sola Sound
chrome Colorsound stompbox there are between 1,000-2,500 regular,
standard colors.”

Additional photos of this effect can be found here and reviews can be found here. More information on Tone Benders can be found here.

regard to the information presented above, I cannot vouch for the
accuracy. Makes for a good read though. Clarifications are encouraged in
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Archived past online sales data:

Effectsfreak legacy website (includes sales data 4/2008 - 4/2021)

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