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BPC Professional MKII Tone Bender
The BPC MKII Tone Bender OC81D is a detailed replica of the 1966 PROFESSIONAL MK II Tone Bender pedals created by Gary Hurst. The circuit unlike the MK 1.5 had a 3 Transistor circuit which, based on production/supply comprised of either OC75's or OC81D transistors. This OC81D Loaded MK II can be heard on many Jimmy/Led Zeppelin Tracks such as 'Whole lotta love'. This was the pedal seen being used by Jimmy on the recent 'It Might get loud ' documentary.
BPC Professional MKII Tone Bender OC81D.
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