The Carrera overdrive is a lower gain pedal designed for clean/edge of breakup tones. Often when playing clean the guitar lacks punch in the lower and upper mids, the Carrera restores these frequencies giving your guitar a better balance, perfect for cleaner single note work with better dynamics and note definition.
With bass and treble at around 2 o'clock and the gain set low it has a more warm treble and percussive low end than your clean signal reminiscent of a Klon set for clean boost
Sonic replica with a few tweaks of a well known valve powered pedal associated with Gilmour, Johnson & J Mascis.
Powerful EQ tweaked for less harshness and fizz at lower volumes. Additional headroom allows it to be used as a clean boost to push a tube amp to it's sweet spot or musical overdrive that gives a natural tube tone into a clean platform.
Light drive to full on British style tube amp distortion, the Evolution cuts through with articulate mids and just the right amount of low end to really stand out in a band mix. A blend of silicon and germanium components, great dynamics and touch responsiveness make the evolution sound and feel like you’re plugged straight into a cranked tube amplifier.
M1 Stacked Ram's Head
Based on the iconic Ram’s Head circuit the M1 features NOS BC239c transistors and a modified active eq. The result is a warmer, more controllable high end with the ability to cut or boost low frequencies allowing the M1 to sit perfectly in any mix.
18v Power Booster
Sonic replica of the original 18v Colorsound Powerboost. Used by Gilmour, T-Rex and found all over many 70's recordings.
This is unique to all other clones as it is fitted with a voltage doubler to give you the extra headroom of the earliest and original 18v Powerboost but still runs from a standard 9v supply
Synonymous with David Gilmour’s tone during Pink Floyd’s Division Bell tour this muff is arguably the biggest and the heaviest of them all. For those searching the creamiest of smooth lead tones and crushing rhythms this is the go to pedal.