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RonSound
PO Box 2
Clear Creek, IN 47426-0002
 
Phone:
(812) 340-0728
 
 
Effects at RonSound
Distort-O-Matic
Distort-O-Matic
 
Fuzz-O-Matic
Fuzz-O-Matic
 
Squeeze-O-Matic
Squeeze-O-Matic
 
RonSound
RonSound is a 1 man operation and I've been building pedals since 1995.
 
Currently in the works is a delay with a couple of new features I don't think are available anywhere else, a clone of the original 1979 Tube Driver, a clone of the Rivera Buff II buffer w/ added features and a clone of the rare Sam Ash Fuzz-Stainer.
 
I started building pedals around 1995. I was renting out my Electro-Harmonix collection to a local studio and the mint triangle-knob Big Muff was very popular. I decided to build my own copy of it to rent out instead and that became the Hairpie. I made an exact copy of the circuit board, slapped it together and it worked! The next pedal I built was a Foxx Stone Machine that belonged to a friend. He wouldn't part with it so I borrowed it and copied it. The parts limitations I worked with back then gave the clone (Stone Machine) it's own unique character.
 
I started building and designing pedals in the bedroom of my (and my wife's) apartment. This was back in the pre-internet days so I had to make do with parts from Radio Shack and the local electronics supplier.
 
The pedals worked as designed and I still have all the original RonSound prototypes.
 
I started to promote originally with Usenet postings. Eventually I built a very basic web site using my Earthlink webspace. I've never paid for any advertising, it's all been word of mouth.
 
I play bass and while I do have a decent pedalboard, the only RonSound effect is a prototype Peak-O-Matic which is a Dan Armstrong Yellow Humper and Purple Peaker in one box. It's really about the only effect I use consistently. I just turn it on and leave it on the whole time.
 
Hair Pie
Hair Pie
The Hairpie is the best achievement you can find in pedal making and sound realization. I've been playing for more then 35 years, guitarist, composer and conductor. I had the original Big Muff years ago and this is just better, amazing, quiet, creamy, quality distortion that sings proudly.
 
It's good all the way from low to high sustain. No fooling around to get tone just dial it in, it's all deeply musical. Furthermore it's quiet for a fuzz and it's true bypass.
Stone Machine
Stone Machine
The FLAGSHIP of the RonSound line. Do you want a GREAT octave-up sound? The Stone Machine is a hot-rodded reissue of the Foxx Tone Machine with the added feature of footswitchable "Octive". It also has controls for Volume, Sustain, and Tone and the hot-rodding allows for even a better "Octive" sound than the original!!
Flender
Flender
The RonSound Flender - a reissue of the classic Fender Blender. The Smashing Pumpkins sound!! Big, heavy fuzz with octave-up madness and a BOOST at the touch of a switch. True-bypass with LEDs for both footswitches. A classic is reborn at RonSound.
 
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