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Sola Sound

The Inbetweener 

The 1.5 came after the Mark 2 Tone bender and they were made in a very limited number making this one of the rarest (if not THE rarest) Tonebenders. 
This "Tonebender" has much more in common with the fuzzface's of the time featuring just two transistors. 

The best way to hear this pedal is to compare it against our Dallas Aribitor Fuzz face and the other Tonebenders on TonePedia.
This will allow you to experience for yourself exactly what the difference is and what makes the 1.5 extra special ... One word ... "Sizzle" 


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Sola Sound Tonebender MK1.5 (1966)
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Sola Sound Tone Bender MK3 (1990s)
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Classic CopyThere's something magical about these vintage pedals that make them sound so good, this infact is a re-issue from the legends at Macaris.From the first note on the Colorsound (Sola Sound) Supa Tonebender re-issue, we were blown away by powerful and organic fuzz tones.Believe it or not, Sola Sound built the Supa Tonebender as a clone of EHX's 1973 notorious Ram's Head Big Muff.It seem that their goal was to build an exact clone but at the end they modified the circuit a bit. Some websites claim that Jimmy Page used the Supa Tonebender, we think he only used the previous Sola Sound Tonebender versions from the late '60s.One notable guitar player that did use the Colorsound Supa Tonebender is Steve Hackett from Genesis who apparently had a lot of fun using this unit.

Sola Sound Tone Bender MK3 (1972)
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When It Started Getting BIG There's something magical about these vintage pedals that make them sound so good?! From the first note on the Colorsound (Sola Sound) Supa Tonebender, we were blown away by powerful and organic fuzz tones.Believe it or not, Sola Sound built the Supa Tonebender as a clone of EHX's 1973 notorious Ram's Head Big Muff (V2).It seem that their goal was to build an exact clone but at the end they modified the circuit a bit.Some websites claim that Jimmy Page used the Supa Tonebender, we think he only used the previous Sola Sound Tonebender versions from the late '60s. One notable guitar player that did use the Colorsound Supa Tonebender is Steve Hackett from Genesis who apparently had a lot of fun using this unit.