- Product H71963
Dwarfcraft The Internet Overdrive Guitar Effects Pedal
- Write a Review
The Internet is a good old-fashioned overdrive pedal, with a footswitchable gain boost that goes from comfy crunch to completely nuts! Gain and volu...Click To Read More About This Product
We're sorry-this item is unavailable.
Find a similar product below or contact our experts for a recommendation of great alternatives. Call us at 800-449-9128.Customers Also Viewed:
Dwarfcraft has reinvented The Internet, and this time it's analog!
The Internet is a good old-fashioned overdrive pedal, with a footswitchable gain boost that goes from comfy crunch to completely nuts! Gain and volume controls make it simple to find the distorted tone you're after.
Priced low to enable Internet access to everyone! Runs on an industry-standard 9V, center-negative power adapter.
- True bypass
- Footswitchable gain boost
- Powered by industry standard, "BOSS-style" 9V center-negative power adapter (not included)
Reviewed by 1 customer
Displaying review 1
Comments about Dwarfcraft The Internet Overdrive Guitar Effects Pedal:
I bought this pedal based off of the positive reviews of Dwarfcraft's fuzz pedal designs and some of the demo videos of the pedal online. Unfortunately, I do not feel that this pedal was practical. First, there is WAY too much output on the "bandwitch" knob, which I had to keep at about 9 o'clock to keep from blowing out a speaker (or an ear drum). Secondly, the character of the overdrive or distortion is just odd...it seems to hit in the upper mids and highs, creating a really fizzy sounding distortion. Third, the "Pron" side gets extremely noisy (even in the realm of distortion pedals, the noise was way too much), and with no way to control the level of gain being applied, I found myself totally reluctant to even hit it because of the bright, punishing hiss that the "Pron" side emitted. I was using this with guitars installed P-90 pickups and tele pickups made by Wilde USA into a modded Fender Blues Junior amp. I wanted a distortion pedal that wasn't trying to emulate the "Marshall on 11" sound everyone seems to love, but still hit hard while retaining a warmer character. The lack of a tone knob probably is the main issue here but this pedal, my sound, and my rig just did not work together well. Neat graphics...hope the design gets tweaked a bit in the future and then Dwarfcraft may have a winner. I like buying from boutique manufacturers and root for the little guy, but felt that this not going to cut it for me. Thanks Musiciansfriend for your return policy...tried the Fulltone Plimsoul next and that was more my style.