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Devi Ever Karaoke Party Overdrive Guitar Effects Pedal
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Chunky overdrive sings out from Devi Ever's Karaoke Party Overdrive guitar effects pedal. Crisp and cutting, this pedal has the out-front overdrive t...Click To Read More About This Product
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No frills, just pure chunky overdrive that would make Rock legends proud.
Chunky overdrive sings out from Devi Ever's Karaoke Party Overdrive guitar effects pedal. Crisp and cutting, this pedal has the out-front overdrive tone you need, in a simple interface, so you can dial in your sound and get to rocking quick. It works well with bass, guitar, vocals, synths, drums, and anything else you can run through it.
The Devi Ever Karaoke Party guitar pedal features volume control, texture control, and footswitch. The sound from the Karaoke Party is pure chunky overdrive, with a hint of crispness. The pedal's texture controls change the gain of the overdrive, bringing out tons of aggressive nastiness when cranked to the max.
This Devi Ever overdrive pedal sounds great for a multitude of genres. Whether playing chunky Blues rhythms, classic Rock leads, or screaming metal licks, this effect pedal has the sound that you're looking for. Includes LED illumination.
- True bypass
- MXR-sized enclosure
- Boutique-quality components
- Low mA draw
- Silicon transistor based
- 9 volt, 2.1 mm, negative tip power jack
- 9 volt battery snap inside (unscrew the back plate)
- Volume control
- Texture control
- LED illumination
- Dimensions: 5"D x 3"W x 2"H
- Weight: 1lb.
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The pedal itself is very well-built, packed with TLC, and it looks good. The price is right, as well. The problem is the output - this little beast is LOUD. I mean, really REALLY loud. It's just not practical for anything but the most extreme applications, which is a shame because the overdrive it produces is very nice - if you can tolerate the volume. I've really tried to give this pedal a chance, but it really serves a very niche purpose. Maybe I got a lemon or something, but as of now, it's sitting on my shelf and not on my pedalboard.