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ToneStyler Comparison Chart

ToneStyler
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Detents
Number of ToneStyler circuits
Micro-Farads
Pico-Farads
Cap code, at full CCW
EQ change in semitones,
per switch step
EQ change in intervals,
per switch step
EQ change in % of octave,
per switch step
TRIPLE
SIX
5 .022µF
22,000pF
#223
7 Fifth 61% octave
GUITAR
TEN
8 .022µF
22,000pF
#223
4 Third 37% octave
TRIPLE
SIX
5 .047µF
47,000pF
#473
7 Fifth 59% octave
BASS
TEN
8 .1µF
100,000pF
#104
5 Fourth 43% octave

  

  • The larger maximum capacitance values (as high as 100,000pF in the BASS TEN) provide wider & deeper 'classic' EQ ranges.

  • The smaller maximum capacitance values (as low as 10,000pF in the GUITAR DUO SIX bridge pickup circuit) provide narrower and brighter 'modern' EQ ranges.

  • A smaller EQ change per switch step provides improved fine-tuning.

  • A larger EQ change per switch step creates larger "jumps" in tonality, with lesser fine-tuning and nuance [see the TRIPLE SIX, GUITAR DUO SIX and BASS DUO SIX, with interval EQ steps of a Fifth].

  • To compare against the EQ step spacing of popular graphic equalizers: A compact five or six-band graphic EQ may have one-octave (100%) EQ step spacing for each slider; a rack-mounted 32-band stereo graphic EQ will have 1/3 octave (33%) EQ step spacing for each slider.


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