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  • Pedal Type:
    Overdrive/distortion
    Batteries:
    1 9v battery
    Weight:
    .68 lbs
    Size:
    1.5 x 3.5 x 4.5
    Inputs:
    1 1/4 jack
    Outputs:
    1 1/4 jack
    Price:
    189.00
    Features:
    An overdrive/distortion with amp emulating switches.
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Recent User Reviews

  1. Musicman1901
    4/5,
    "Great pedal!"
    Build Quality:
    4/5,
    Features:
    5/5,
    Value:
    4/5,
    Pros - Excellent tones. Very versatile. Tons of volume on tap.
    Cons - Possibly too complex for certain users.
    This is a great pedal for bass. Listed as a guitar effect I'm sure a lot of people pass it by. This pedal has tons of volume on tap, separate high and low controls to really dial in what you want, as well as three 3-way switches to further shape things. Without even touching the knobs you can get a huge variety of tones with the switches alone. When using the amp switch the tweed setting yields a very light crunch. The British setting is a great overdrive with plenty of saturation. The California setting is a screaming distortion which is my favorite. Using the mod switch allows you to set how saturated you want it to be. All this can be done without even touching the gain knob itself. Build quality is good, excellent footswitch. I really have no criticism for this pedal, it's earned a permanent spot on my board and has been there for 3 years now. For 189$ I recommend giving it a try!
    Price Paid:
    189.00
    Sandalkoyak likes this.

User Comments

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  1. ThePresident777
    How are the clean sounds? I have a Tech21NYC Blonde. It gets great fat clean sounds. Mccartney, Jamerson, Bruce, Casady type stuff. I love it.
    1. Musicman1901
      They're great. I was so busy testing all the gritty tones that it took me awhile to get into the clean stuff haha. It can definitely do the light crunch/overdriven amp thing.
      Musicman1901, Mar 11, 2016