At lower intensities it has a great muff-like sound but with a lot more character. At higher intensities, it becomes a disharmonic fuzz bliss that reminds many of the more scrambled fuzzes of old. People have compared the Soda Meiser’s sound to that of the Smashing Pumpkins and Jeff Buckley. I find it to be the perfect pedal for adding layers of fuzz over synth and bass when recording in the studio or on tour.
The Soda Meiser was recently featured in the amazing DVD, The Art of the Stompbox, featuring Nels Cline and Henry Kaiser. Check out a clip of Nels Cline demonstrating the Soda Meiser in action!
NELS CLINE using an older version with chaos flipswitch (now only available on the Noise Floor)
GUITAR – www.PrymaxeVintage.com
GUITAR – GEARMANNDUDE
GUITAR – devi ever
BASS – devi ever
Revision #’s / # made since February 2012
SM12S / 46 – SMD components, everything board mounted, 100k audio volume, 100k linear intensity (#1 is labeled SDM2012SMDA, #2 is labeled SDM12SMDA, #3 is labeled SDM12SMD )
SM12S2 / 49 – SMD components, everything board mounted, 100k audio volume, 100k linear intensity, low piezo 104 capacitors
SM12TF / 2 – 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.
SM12TF2 / 69 – Through hole, “floating” pcb’s, 100k audio taper volume pot, other pot 100k linear taper, all resistors carbon film, all caps Metallized Plastic Film Capacitor, TO-92 transistors.
artwork serial #’s / # made since February 2012
ASDM1 / 1 – photo – serial number discontinued (see ASM2)
ASM2 / 2 – photo – same as ASDM1
ASM3 / 6 – photo
ASM4 / 15 – photo
ASM5 / 4 – photo
ASM6 / 11 – photo
ASM7 / 15 – photo
ASM8 / 27 – photo - semyaza pastel colored anime rock girl
ASM9 / 1 – photo
ASM10 / 82 – photo – splatter paint 2012 style