Germanium Tone Bender MK1 Style Fuzz & Rangemaster Boost

Dual Pedal of LOVE

Our “Vindicator” MK2 Fuzz & Boost has been a favorite for quite a few years, and we recently landed a nice stash of vintage Germanium transistors. I had the design itch, and got talking pedal talk with Alex at Orphan Guitars in Brooklyn, NY…  We came up with the feature set he was looking for and the vintage Germanium tone he was craving, and BOOM we had the black powder bomb of fuzztone love that is the Bliss Bomb.

This pedal is exclusively available at Orphan Guitars  for the rest of 2021, after which we’ll offer them on our JDM Pedals site. This follows our new concept of working with brick and mortar music shops to create something unique and exclusively available at their shop. In 2021, you can get every piece of gear anywhere, and we’ve lost the magic of popping into the local shop to see if there’s some cool new piece of gear to inspire you. We’d like to bring that back. So if you have a brick and mortar Music shop and want to take part in this, drop us a line. Tell me what you’d like to hear come out of a funky cool box of dirt in your shop. I’m keen to create some gear that’s worth talking about.

The Bliss Bomb features:

  • All vintage Germanium transistors,
  • our “Elektrika” MkI-style Fuzz circuit, custom tuned to this dual pedal,
  • a Rangemaster-style Ge Boost with “range” EQ adjustment and “Top Cut” switch,
  • groovy black powder coating,
  • silk screened enamel graphics,
  • Lumberg jacks & switches,
  • entirely hand-wired and crafted with the LOVE of the Fuzz Gods!

This is one beautifully dirty fuzzy love machine.

– joe / jdm pedals

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Returns/ Repairs:

RETURN POLICY: If you’re not satisfied with any JDM Pedal, you can return within 14 days for a refund (minus shipping and payment processing costs, which Paypal does not refund to us 🙁  If you encounter any functional problems with a pedal at any time just contact us! Since we use vintage transistors, it is possible that a transistor can fail, as rare as that is, and we’ll always do what it takes to get your beloved fuzz machine growling again.