Custom Shop Mini DejáVibe mkII (CS-MDV mkII) - Cosmetic Blem
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US, Canadian, and Japanese customers: MDVs bought direct come with a FREE Fulltone Noise-Free FPS-18 18VDC Linear, regulated 300mA power supply!
All other International customers: MDVs bought direct come with a FREE Fulltone Noise-Free IPS-18 switching (automatically adjusts between 100-240 volt) power supply with US twin blade connection to wall power. You must buy a $6 adapter plug to allow this power supply to work with the twin round pin Euro style wall power outlets.
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The world's smallest (3.9" W x 4.1" L x 2.3" H) yet biggest-sounding "vintage Univibe clone." Much smaller than the CS-MDV-1, retaining its expression pedal-out jack, and still a 100% Analog audio path.
You can't get this sound out of the flavor-of-the-month pedals using the wrong photocells, or worse, a $3 DSP chip. You need 13 transistors, 4 x correct photocells, the correct incandescent light bulb, and 35 years experience.
You need the Fulltone CS-MDV mkII or CS-MDV3 v2
- 30% smaller enclosure than older MDVs, still with top-mounted jacks for tight spaces.
- Now has MUCH slower and MUCH faster available speeds (than all older Fulltone vibes) achieved by replacing the standard Speed pot with a Fulltone designed & custom-made Photoresistor, while retaining the original Univibe's unique Analog Oscillator circuit and 100% analog warble feel.
- Has a linear ramp up of the Speed knob (and external pedal).This is the bummer about older Deja'Vibes, other clones, and original Univibes: the speed controller has a spot where everything happens, making it hard to find the right speed. Problem-solved with the mkII.
- Has an External Pedal jack allowing the use of virtually any expression pedal out there, whether it has a 10K, a 50K, 100K, etc potentiometer. As i mentioned previously. • It has twice the available volume as any vibe clone, assuring that you don't get bogged-down in the mix when you kick it on...without being bright and cold sounding, and a super-low output impedance so it is not affected by pedals that come after it and shines with the dirtiest of amps!
- 100% correct Vintage Univibe analog circuit with no opamps in the Audio path, still using 13 discrete transistors, still the Fulltone Proprietary photocells with correct incandescent bulb.
Here's a Hi-Rez Video/Audio demo done by yours truly: