Black Arts Toneworks LSTR
The Black Arts Toneworks LSTR is a high gain big muff pi style fuzz box which gives a warm full fuzz, with plenty of doom!
Whats the difference between the LSTR and Pharaoh
The LSTR is more attuned pedal for fat singing solos and those “scooped” low-middle metal sounds. The Pharaoh can, of course, also do fat solos but is more about the treble with a little less distortion.
You can get quite a scooped sound because the input isn’t filtered too heavily, and there have been reports of it being used for bass.
The LSTR is an all out rock machine tuned, delivering the signature Black Arts low end along with more fuzz than mamma allows!
LSTR is from the same BMP family, but unlike the Pharaoh, which is dialed back a little, the LSTR is the action! With unique tone controls and understated, striking beauty.
It can deliver fuzz bordering on distortion, tones go from the traditional muff scooped sound to the Pharaoh like wide open tones.
Point your tone knobs toward each other for the traditional BMP scoop, and away from each other to get into the more wide open Pharaoh tones.
Similar to the Pharaoh, The LSTR has four pots:
- Fuzz Control
Scoop Control for dialing in mids
Standard -9vdc or Battery Operation