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Maestro FSH-1 Filter Sample/Hold

Rare Maestro Filter Sample/Hold effect pedal for sale serviced and sounding great. Rare 70s effect pedal - the sound of...

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Rare Maestro Filter Sample/Hold effect pedal for sale serviced and sounding great.

Rare 70s effect pedal – the sound of Zappa (one of them anyway).

Unique and very cool sound that has yet to be convincingly cloned.

Condition is scruffy with chips to the paintwork and rust. Click on the images to zoom in and see more detailed photos.

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From Effects Freak:
The early to mid-70s Maestro Sample/Hold may have been designed by Tom Oberheim and is one of their more interesting effects from this era. The sample/hold settings allow players to add rhythmic patterns to their playing far beyond the typical vibrato and tremolo. The filter is classic low pass and sounds incredibly smooth. Controls allow you to tweak the rate of the sample/hold as well as the frequency of the filter. This is truly a fantastic pedal.

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