serial # / # made since February 2012

AHY1 / 6

AHY2 / 22

AHY3 / 1

AHY4 / 16

AHY5 / 2

AHY6 / 6

AHY7 / 5

AHY8 / 2

AHY9 / 17

AHY10 / 5

AHY11 / 17

AHY12 / 12

AHY13 / 1

AHY14 / 7

AHY15 / 7

AHY16 / 81

AHY17 / 1

AHY18 / 1

AHY19 / 98

AHY20 / 4

AHY21 / 4
 

Circuit revision #’s / # made since February 2012

HY12S / 164 – SMD components, everything board mounted, 100k audio volume, 100k linear intensity

HY12T / 6 – Through hole, “floating” pcb’s, 100k audio taper volume pot, other pot 100k linear taper, all resistors film comp, all caps Dipped Radial Multilayer Ceramic, TO-92 transistors.

HY12T2 / 13 – Through hole, “floating” pcb’s, 100k audio taper volume pot, other pot 100k linear taper, all resistors film comp, mix of caps Dipped Radial Multilayer Ceramic and metal film poly box caps, TO-92 transistors.

HY13TF1 / 123 – Through hole, “floating” pcb’s, 100k audio taper volume pot, other pot 100k linear taper, all resistors film comp, Metallized Plastic Film Capacitors, TO-92 transistors.

HYPERION

The Hyperion is everything the Big Muff wishes it could be. It can cut through in a loud, live, band setting. It has a gorgeous sustain that full of harmonically rich tonal characteristics that doesn’t require much tweaking of your amp, guitar, or pedal board to get just the right sound you are looking for. The gain control is incredibly interactive allowing for intense over the top octavia-style leads, wooly gainy rhythm, or pulled back all the way gives you just enough grit with out being too gated. The Hyperion is also the first pedal to have the honor of being stolen and cloned by another pedal company (and sold for twice the price no less!). So while most people are cloning and tweaking the Big Muff… it looks like some people are beginning to find it more useful to clone and tweak the Hyperion… and rightfully, because a modern age, deserves a modern high gain fuzz worth imitating.

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