Mod Kits Releases The Enticer

The Enticer is based on an NOS RCA 12AU7A vacuum tube.

Tempe, AZ (August 18, 2010) -- Mod Kits, a company that produces amp, amp conversion, and pedal kits, has announced their latest release: the Enticer. The Enticer is a limited-edition tube overdrive pedal kit based on a new-old-stock original RCA 12AU7A vacuum tube. The company says it offers warm, clean sound with subtle distortion at low gain settings; at full gain and volume, it serves up some major coloration and has uniquely compressed overdrive distortion. Each pedal comes in a hand-designed box, and there will only be 30 of the kits made.

All Mod Kits come with easy to follow instructions and use point-to-point wiring. Pre-drilled enclosure and all parts are included. All you need to provide are hand tools, a soldering iron and solder. All effect pedals operate on a 9V battery.

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