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Dave Friedman is the man behind some of the most impressive tones in rock 'n' roll and has been for over 25 years. Throughout that time, luminary players such as Jerry Cantrell and Eddie Van Halen have been relying on Friedman's amplifier modifications, repairs, and builds to keep them sounding at the top of their game. With that expertise in tow, Friedman moved into crafting his own line of top-shelf electric guitar amplifiers, instruments, and effects, and in doing so has built one of the most enviable roster of artists out there.
Whether discussing the plexi-on-steroids tone of the BE-100, or the pedal-platform versatility of the Buxom Beauty, Friedman amps are undoubtedly taking over as the premier rock 'n' roll electric guitar amplifiers. And thanks to the Synergy Friedman BE-BB preamp module, those exact tones can be at your fingertips with a new level of convenience and affordability.
Far from modeling or emulating, Dave Friedman himself designed this module, nailing every detail of the amps’ to-die-for tone and impressive touch sensitivity. By utilizing a pair of 12AX7 preamp tubes to power its BE [BE-100] and BB [Buxom Beauty] channels, whether you're switching between a crystalline clean tone and a boosted lead sound or a harnessing the BE channel’s vintage British-like abilities and switching to a more aggressive distortion, true tube tone will always be present, detailed, and hopelessly addictive.
If you want to give your Synergy rig cream-of-the-crop British roar while tapping into the finest cleans Synergy and Friedman have to offer, you'll want to grab a BE-BB preamp module. The Synergy BE-BB pre-amp features two channels. Each channel has a gain and volume knob and 3-band EQ. You’ll also find 3-way bright switch and 2-way mid boost toggle on the BB side of the module for further crafting your perfect cleans.
CATHODE SELECT SWITCH:
The BE module features a three position switch on the PCB which allows you to configure the input tube bass response to match the original circuit of the selected module. This will affect the feel and tightness. Each amp designer has a specific combination of components that makes up their input tube circuit. We have selected the three most popular combinations which you can access with this switch. For example, Friedman modules use position 2. The USA voiced modules typically use setting 1. The Soldano SLO uses position 3. Of course, you can experiment and try any of the positions to see what you prefer. The modules will come preset to the designers preferred setting which for the BE module is position 2 (2.7K resistor and .68uf capacitor).
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