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Lemon Yellow Compressor - BJF Series FX

Lemon Yellow Compressor - BJF Series FX

One Control

  • $ 14500


Features
In the complex and often misunderstood world of compressors and sustain pedals, Bjorn has designed a very simple pedal that covers all of your needs.  The Lemon Yellow Compresso is simple, versatile and promises a high quality tone


Specifications
  • Input impedance: 500K
  • Output impedance: 10K
  • Drive voltage: 9V
  • Current consumption: 10mA
  • S/N ratio: -80dB
  • Size: 39Wx100Dx31H mm (excluding protruding parts)
  •            47Wx100Dx48H mm (including protruding parts)
  • Weight: Approx. 160 grams
  • True-Bypass Switching
  • High Quality Aluminum Enclosure
  • Power: 9V Battery or Standard DC Power Supply


Bjorn's Description
The Lemon Yellow Compressor has separate Level, Gain and Ratio controls, which simplify and speed up the artists ability to add compression for everything from 'chicken-pickin' to rhythm and slide guitar styles.  In classic BJF style, these controls do exactly what they say.  Ratio controls compression ratio from 1:1 up to 5:1, Level controls the pedals output volume, and Gain controls the VCA (Voltage Controlled Amplifier) up to 18dB. 

There is easily enough Gain and Level to tastefully overload the input on your amplifier giving you a very slight but tasty distortion.  Depending on your style of play and your tonal requirement, there is a Sustain switch on the side of the pedal which will allow the lower transients while still compressing the weaker signals.  This makes for longer sustain and easier playing.  The Lemon Yellow Compressor can be used for all guitar styles, and also for bass and keyboard.  


​Like all One Control Effects pedals, the Lemon Yellow Compressor is housed in a machined and anodized compact aluminium case, with only the best components inside to assure years of trouble free use.   The pedal can be powered by a 9V battery but we do recommend the use of a balanced power supply to maximize the life and quality of this effect.​


- Bjorn Juhl

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