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Legendary analog overdrive preamp effect pedal with true-bypass and LED indicator.
The legendary analog DOD Overdrive Preamp 250 is back, with over 40 years of history and experience behind it. The 2013 version of the legendary DOD 250 captures of the classic tone and wild heart of the original but in no way tames its performance.
The 250 is better than ever before with true-bypass, a crisp, blue LED indicator, gobs of output, and modern 9V DC power supply input. Redesigned with a lighter aluminum chassis, sleek yellow metallic flake and flat black matte bottom paint job, the 2013 DOD Overdrive Preamp 250 pedal is the perfect sonic foundation to carry on the legacy of DOD.
The DOD Overdrive Preamp 250 (2013) has Gain and Level controls, like its predecessors. Gain controls the amount of distortion, from just a touch of grit to all-out grind. Level dials in some subtle body for “always on” performance or huge amounts of boost for boosting solos above a dense stage mix. With the Gain all the way down, crank up the Level to boost your sound and cut through during your solos.
True-bypass allows your guitar tone to remain pristine even when the DOD 250 is off. This is a big difference from the original which would color your bypassed tone. The modern 9V DC power supply input make the pedal more pedalboard friendly.
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Comments about DOD Analog Overdrive Preamp 250 Guitar Effects Pedal with True-Bypass & LED:
Great box! I own DOD Overdrive, Attacker, and Super Distortion pedals from "the day." This box is so warm and so clean, it's put everything else I own on the bench. I play a Godin LGX-SA with Zebra strings. I take the acoustic (piezo) output straight to the board, and run the electric output through this box before going to the board. Wow! You want to play both acoustic and electric guitar in the same song? Here it is!