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Zeke Clark, Edward Van Halen's longtime reknowned guitar tech recently got one of these and this is what he had to say:
"I've played tons of pedals that promised that 'brown sound'... this pedal NAILS it better than anything I've ever heard or played." -Zeke Clark, former tech for Eddie Van Halen
Sometimes you need extreme gain, sometimes you need mild overdrive...this pedal does that with an awesome "brown sound"! It has an extremely tweakable eq - from scooped mids to tons of warm mids, all with the turn of 2 knobs.
This pedal has 4 knobs -- two separate tone controls that act as a sort of parametric EQ, gain and volume. It also has a 'bright' switch that adds a ton of variety and is very handy when playing a dark sounding amp, as well as another toggle switch that will give you high gain Brown Sound tones. It is completely true bypass, of course, and includes a 9v "boss style" power jack and battery connection. Specs
Boost switch alters gain structure to take it from overdrive to distortion.
High gain, crunchy and dynamic pedal
Extremely tweakable EQ
Can do scooped mids to 'honky' mids to lofi.
High boost switch for using with amps that are not very bright and sparkly clean.
High grade film capacitors and resistors picked for their superior sound
Completely true bypass
Ultra-bright LEDs for ease of use
Battery connection and 9v power jack (barrel plug like Boss)
2.5" x 4.5"
Powder coated durable finish
Designed to get the best EVH "brown sound" possible within a pedal design
Red Sparkle, white Knobs
Jfet (mu-amp) type circuitry - solid state version of a tube amp
It's THAT sound!!! Review by MrStrat555
Awesome, for a JFET circuit pedal to sound like this is some achievement! It just has a sweet, gnarly tone that is easy to tweak, despite only having the two EQ controls. This pedal will punch through any mix at lower volumes than a lot of supposedly high gain units, but trust me, this has PLENTY of gain when the boost switch is engaged! To conclude; like Van Halen's tone? Get this! (Posted on 12/07/2012)