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From Greer Amps:
The Sucker Punch Distortion is what happens when Nick decides to design a high gain pedal. This pedal uses a JFET preamp to drive a 386D chip amp section. The gain that is on tap is reminiscent of some of the early JCM amps, with tons of volume on tap, and a tone control that has a very wide sweep, from thick to cutting. If you're looking for JCM type tones, this pedal will get you the gain you're looking for, and will help you cut through the mix, to get above your loud drummer!
From Pedaltrain: Pedaltrain’s all-new Classic Series is rooted in the company’s best-selling pedal board models. Pedaltrain has incorporated design improvements that make these models better than ever. The Classic 2...
Enables you to manipulate your effects in real-time without having to take your hand away from your instrument or bend down. Tap the wings left and right with your toes...
A 1 SPOT is the original 9V DC adapter that only takes up 1 Spot on an outlet strip or wall outlet. It solves an annoying problem that people have...
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This splitter adapter cable divides one Pedal Power output to two pedals. The splitter has two 2.1mm jacks which will connect to any 2.1mm plug. The white stripe cable is...
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