The story begins with the mk1.
The Feed Me mk1, one of the first Anasounds pedals, and the first fuzz in the range, provides a revised version of the model modded by Roger Mayer, for the needs of a famous left-handed guitarist.
Roger Mayer’s revised version improved the circuit, limiting the sound differences between the different models, and avoiding the circuit to pick up the radio frequencies. The Feed Me offers even more stability, with BC108 silicon transistors.
The mk1 proposed 3 controls:
FEED, for an input level of the pedal, allowing an incredible response to
the volume and tone controls of the guitar.
FUZZ, for the gain level of the fuzz, very efficient on the whole range.
OUT, output volume, with enough power to hit the amp’s preamp tubes.