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MI Audio Crunch Box v.3 Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal

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Captures the huge crunch of a British stack on steroids.

The MI Audio Crunch Box Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal brings you high-gain British amp distortion in a stompbox. MI Audio did a careful study of the way that modern British style amps get their overdrive and found that there was a very big concentration of the frequency information in the midrange. The Crunch Box distortion pedal captures the huge crunch of a Marshall amp on steroids and has become one of MI Effects most popular pedals. The Crunch Box is of the fastest selling boutique distortion pedals in the world.

Simple and straightforward, with just gain, tone, volume and an internal presence control, the Crunch Box is based on a multiple clipping architecture (the signal is clipped 3 times. In the lower gain range, the pedal's tone is very punchy and throaty. There are some great classic rock rhythm sounds to be found in there. As the gain is wound up, the Crunch Box develops a beautiful singing lead tone. Pinch harmonics are a breeze. The tone control has a wide sweep with a lot of top end. I have put in there more gain than anyone should need, but due to the way I handled the pre-overdrive tone shaping, the pedal always stays tight and each pickup retains its character, including single coils. The Crunch Box has a lot of volume up its sleeve. You will find though that 12 O'clock is close to 'neutral'.

An Internal Presence Control helps control the 'shape' of the pedal. By winding up the presence control, the lows won't feel as powerful, which some people might find to be a bit too much. Also, this creates the effect of giving the pedal even more top end. So with the new Crunch Box, there is no chance that the pedal will be too dark. The Internal Presence Control is very useful if you wish to match the Crunch Box to your amp because some amps can be a lot brighter/darker than others.

FEATURES
  • High Gain British Distortion at its best
  • 3 external and one internal control
  • Gain – from the lightest breakup to insane high gain scream
  • Tone – custom taper control which adjusts the high end cut of the pedal.
  • Volume – tapered for a more gradual and controlled volume sweep.
  • Internal Presence control - for adjusting the 'shape' of the Crunch Box's sonic footprint.
  • Professionally powder-coated and silk-screened enclosure, measuring only 4.3" * 2.2"
  • Heavy Duty 3PDT footswitch with True Bypass
  • 9V Battery or DC power supply with up to 25V headroom

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MI AudioCrunch Box v.3 Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal
 
4.7

(based on 32 reviews)

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100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Excellent sound quality (4)
  • Compact (3)

Cons

No Cons

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  • Performances (3)
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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Hot rodded Marshall in a little red box......

This is a good quality "marshall in a box" -albeit a super-charged one.I'm still glad I bought it,it is NOT a fuzz pedal,nor is it for "death...Read complete review

This is a good quality "marshall in a box" -albeit a super-charged one.I'm still glad I bought it,it is NOT a fuzz pedal,nor is it for "death metal",although, with a good equalizer to boost the low end,you may come close.Some would say this pedal is a "one trick pony",but the one trick that it does is pretty impressive: Make the clean channel of your Fender Twin sound like a roaring Marshall Plexi.And if you're standing if front of that,you better play well,or believe me,the audience will know.
I'll give it an 8 for features because really,there are only 3 knobs:volume-tone-gain.There is a internal trim pot under the back plate also.How you adjust this makes a HUGE difference.People who give this pedal a bad review without adjusting it to your ears and amp,are the same people who don't even know what the tone controls on thier amplifier are for.The trim pot not only adjusts the high frequency but also the gain structure and bias.I have mine set a little above the lowest setting and it sounds awsome.This is a high gain Rock and Roll distortion/overdrive-not for the meek.If you're in band that plays mostly James Taylor or Grateful Dead covers you'll want to pass on this one.AC/DC?Van Halen?Zeppelin?Now that's what this little beast was made for.
Looks like it's built like a tank,with high quality components/electronics.I sure hope it holds up because it's made in Australia ,and I sure wouldn't want to ship it there for repair.The sound quality is amazing,you just have to know how to set this thing.The 3 knobs all work,espescially the GAIN.The clarity or your notes and chords is crystal clear.If you make a mistake everyone will hear it.On the other hand,if you play well,everyone will hear it.You will,by default,become a better guitar player.
If you look at the price of boutique overdrive/plexi type pedals,this one is relatively cheap.I give it a 9,because it could always be more affordable.These type of pedals in general are usually a little more costly then other effects because of their presumed importance on your pedalboard.

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Happy user for many years now

VERY happy with it. I have tried several other distortion pedals over the years and nothing has been able to kick the Crunch Box from my board. It's a very bright pedal. I...Read complete review

VERY happy with it. I have tried several other distortion pedals over the years and nothing has been able to kick the Crunch Box from my board. It's a very bright pedal. I play lead guitar in a loud rock band and the Crunch Box really shines playing leads in a band mix. It has a ton of gain, I generally keep it around noon. Putting a Tubescreamer (volume full, gain and tone off) before it in your pedal chain and running them together results in huge sounding leads and chords with a ton of sustain. (kind of like running a Tubescreamer into a Marshall . . . hmm . . .)

If there's one area where this pedal lacks, it's low gain. I picked up an 80s Rat for lower-gain work because it was a bit more versatile with my guitar's volume knob. However, this is not a product flaw because the Crunch Box wasn't DESIGNED to clean up with the volume knob, it was designed to melt faces and make loins tremble.
Not much to brag up feature-wise, just Volume, Tone, and Gain. The internal Presence trimmer is absolutely crucial to matching the pedal with your amp.
Had one for a year, had to sell it, wanted another, so I got the one I have now and have been using it for almost two years. Switch and knobs sturdy. Build job super clean on the inside.

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(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Nasal Honk Squawk Box

By Kelly James-yD8T8

from McAllen TX

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Comments about MI Audio Crunch Box v.3 Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal:

Is is like AC/DC or Van Halen. No.Does is react nicely to picking and your volume control. No. Does it have that ugly nasal honk that barks like a duck. YES.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Hot rodded Marshall in a little red box......

By toomanyguitars

from Long Island, NY

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Comments about MI Audio Crunch Box v.3 Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal:

This is a good quality "marshall in a box" -albeit a super-charged one.I'm still glad I bought it,it is NOT a fuzz pedal,nor is it for "death metal",although, with a good equalizer to boost the low end,you may come close.Some would say this pedal is a "one trick pony",but the one trick that it does is pretty impressive: Make the clean channel of your Fender Twin sound like a roaring Marshall Plexi.And if you're standing if front of that,you better play well,or believe me,the audience will know.
I'll give it an 8 for features because really,there are only 3 knobs:volume-tone-gain.There is a internal trim pot under the back plate also.How you adjust this makes a HUGE difference.People who give this pedal a bad review without adjusting it to your ears and amp,are the same people who don't even know what the tone controls on thier amplifier are for.The trim pot not only adjusts the high frequency but also the gain structure and bias.I have mine set a little above the lowest setting and it sounds awsome.This is a high gain Rock and Roll distortion/overdrive-not for the meek.If you're in band that plays mostly James Taylor or Grateful Dead covers you'll want to pass on this one.AC/DC?Van Halen?Zeppelin?Now that's what this little beast was made for.
Looks like it's built like a tank,with high quality components/electronics.I sure hope it holds up because it's made in Australia ,and I sure wouldn't want to ship it there for repair.The sound quality is amazing,you just have to know how to set this thing.The 3 knobs all work,espescially the GAIN.The clarity or your notes and chords is crystal clear.If you make a mistake everyone will hear it.On the other hand,if you play well,everyone will hear it.You will,by default,become a better guitar player.
If you look at the price of boutique overdrive/plexi type pedals,this one is relatively cheap.I give it a 9,because it could always be more affordable.These type of pedals in general are usually a little more costly then other effects because of their presumed importance on your pedalboard.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Distortion Pedal

By derekslam

from Cape Canaveral, Florida

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Comments about MI Audio Crunch Box v.3 Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal:

I have made my living as a professional guitar player for 30 years. I am involved in many different bands and projects I have to play every style of music. I play a Telecaster through a modded Deluxe Reverb because I really like the twang for country. I have never been able to get a distorted sound that I was really happy with on the tele. What I really wanted was the sound that Angus Young gets. Of course, Angus gets that tone by cranking the piss out of a Marshall stack. (Not an option for me) I have tried: Boss DS1, Boss DS1 with Keeley Mods, TC Helicon Nova System, Wampler Pinnacle, Pro Co Rat with various disappointing results. I read some encouraging reviews about your Audio Crunch Box and decided to give it a try. Out of the box it blew away all the other pedals I had tried. I opened it up and tweaked the presence for my Tele and voila...ANGUS IN A BOX! Stunning tone across the neck, bridge pickup, neck pickup, both pickups. It sounds fantastic in any configuration. I can shut it off and still get my super twang without adjusting the amp. I used it at my gig the first night I had it and was ecstatic the whole gig. After I was done I brought the pedal to my friend who was playing a later gig across town and let him try it on his strat. He ordered one the next day

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Marshall in a stompbox

By nYdGeo

from New Orleans, LA

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Pros

  • Excellent Sound Quality
  • Rediculously High Gain
  • Versatile

Cons

  • None

Best Uses

  • Amateur Recording
  • Fender To Marshall
  • Performances
  • Professional Recording

Comments about MI Audio Crunch Box v.3 Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal:

The Crunchbox is one of several high-end, boutique, 'Marshall-in-a-stompbox' pedals on the market, but is the most over-the-top of them all. The ultimate pedal to use with your sweet, buttery clean Fender Blues Deville, Twin, Deluxe, etc. Step on the Crunchbox, and instantly your Fender is a screaming Marshall.

Super quiet all the way up to heavy, hard rock gain/distortion. Move up to serious metal gain/distortion and its still very quiet. Turn the gain knob that last 15-20% at the top (to '10') and its still quiet considering the rediculous, death-metal gain/distortion level its producing.

I don't particularly like it when used with an amp with a particularly defined high-gain tone, such as most actual Marshall amps, most Boogies, etc. But with a Fender, a Vox, a Boogie Blue Angel, or similar amp, nothing screams "MARSHALL!" like the Crunchbox. And its scream is a thing of bone-shattering beauty!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Blackstar/Marshall Sound!!!

By Les Pauler-sGiny

from Makaha Valley, Hawaii

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Comments about MI Audio Crunch Box v.3 Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal:

I recently gave a review on this pedal. I used it with my Roland Cube 30 on the JC Clean channel. I added an MXR M108 10 Band EQ in between the Crucnhbox and my amp. Scooped the mids on the EQ, fine-tuned the highs and lows, now you're bordering on a "Blackstar HT" type of sound-i'm not kidding!!! Try this pedal out, Aloha!!!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Pedal!

By djhblues

from Macomb, MI

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Comments about MI Audio Crunch Box v.3 Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal:

This is a great pedal. If you want to add a nice sustaining overdrive to your solo, this is the guy. Rig includes Fulldrive2, MI Crunch, Marshal Compessor,TC Electronics CarlMartin Surf Trem DD-5, Ernie Ball Vol to a BF Vibrolux or Deluxe Reverb RI. For my style, I set the gain on 9 oclock, couple it with the crunch tone on my FullDrive 2 and it gives a great solo tone. I push the volume up to around 12 to get above the mix. I was considering the Fulltone OCD, but I liked this tone better. I highly recommend it.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Good pedal, but you need to set it correctly.

By toomanyguitars

from Long Island, NY

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Comments about MI Audio Crunch Box v.3 Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal:

First of all,let me say that this pedal wants/needs a clean signal!A 6L6 amp does that best.Other amps-not so much.If you have a gainy 30 watt VOX,or the equivilent,you may not have good luck with this pedal.You cannot turn this kind of amp into a Marshall,with any kind of pedal,because an EL84 amp is already "doing it's own thing" tonewise and will only be complimented by ANALOG overdrive pedals.If however,you have an amp that has headroom,and a good clean signal-this pedal may do some good things for you.You really need to open up the back and set the internal trim pot so that the pedal works with YOUR amplifier.If you take the time to do this,the Marshall-like sounds you can get are pretty convincing.It does AC/DC,GNR,and even a EVH type of tone-although the purists will argue this.The price doesn't break the bank either.It's made in Australia(just FYI)so I hope I never have to have it fixed.The shipping would cost half of what the pedal costs!!

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Pretty good but not what I was looking for

By DT-VHhr4

from Atlanta

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Comments about MI Audio Crunch Box v.3 Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal:

I owned a DS1 before buying this. The Crunch Box sounds esentially like a DS-1 but without the annoying boss highs that bug me so much. When I got it, it sounded great for heavy things, but didn't clean up when I rolled back on my volume knob. That was the biggest problem for me, because I like to have a little grit on my clean sound. I realized then that I had bought the wrong type of pedal, and what I was looking for was an always on low gain pedal, and a decent boost. So I ended up buying a box of rock and a micro amp and it sounds so much nicer. I ended up giving my crunch box away to one of my friends, and even though it wouldn't be my primary distortion I do miss it.
Very mid heavy no matter what the tone knob is set on. That bugged me a little but the internal trim pot can help a little with that. Sounds a little better at higher voltages.
Built really well. Acually too well, it took me forever to get the screws off the back to get to the internal presence control. Looks really nice too, good paint job.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

MI Audio Crunch Box

By rar

from San Francisco

Comments about MI Audio Crunch Box v.3 Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal:

I was hoping this would be a high gain distortion pedal with a Marshall sound. This it does! What I didn't know is that this pedal would sound so good with low gain and tone settings. It's clean warm and blues drenched. I'm very happy with it. It's much more versatile than I was expecting! It sounds better with a slightly cleaner amp than an amp thats already got a really hot bias.

(1 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Excellent!

By Yuta Nakayama

from Japan

Comments about MI Audio Crunch Box v.3 Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal:

Reasonable
Excellent +++
shipping quicklly and careful packing!
Thank you!

 
4.0

mid hump disortion

By Jezman

from AUSTRALIA

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Pros

  • Compact Design
  • Responsive

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Performances

    Comments about MI Audio Crunch Box v.3 Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal:

    I bought the v1 CB back when they were trendy. I used it prestty well exclusively for a few years with a Strat and Plexi half stack with good results. It is a nice pedal that has a mid-hump spikiness to it and good range of distortion. Ive heard people say it's VH ir AC/DC in a box but it's not really. My DS-1 is perfect for Angus and SD-1 for Eddie. This box is just a little different. It's 'smooth' and compressed but stays tight and focussed. Not alot of low end (which is good) but ylu can certainly dial in pretty well anything you need. I prefer my DS and SD-1's these days but ocasionally run it

     
    5.0

    Perfect Distortion for a Clean Amp

    By Clairvoyix

    from Las Vegas, NV

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    Pros

    • Compact Design
    • Excellent Sound Quality

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Amateur Recording
      • Events
      • Home Studio
      • Performances
      • Professional Recording

      Comments about MI Audio Crunch Box v.3 Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal:

      Plugged into my Fender Pro Junior and I have the sound I would expect from a very expensive amp. Purchased based on the reviews and an interview of Elliot Easton, must say I am very happy with the pedal!

       
      5.0

      I Love This Pedal!

      By nealmay

      from Woodbury, MN

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      • Excellent Sound Quality

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          Comments about MI Audio Crunch Box v.3 Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal:

          I play through a Fender Blues Jr III, and this distortion is perfect. The amount of distortion varies significantly and sounds incredible. I couldn't recommend it more.

           
          5.0

          Red Hot and Raw!!

          By B-Dog21

          from Vermont

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          Pros

          • Compact Design
          • Excellent Sound Quality

          Cons

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              Comments about MI Audio Crunch Box v.3 Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal:

              Plugged this into my Pro Jr. grabbed my Les Paul Jr. (lotsa juniors here,ha) and lawdy mama this thing kicks butt. It's red because it's one molten little pedal. Marshall in a box indeed. Sustain when you want it or just back off your guitars volume and it cleans up just like a real Marshall does. Tried and owned lots of OD/distortion pedals but this one is in a class by itself.

               
              5.0

              Best Pedal Out There

              By NEO

              from Chapel Hill, NC

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              Comments about MI Audio Crunch Box v.3 Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal:

              GREAT pedal.....tried them all, RAT, Fulltone, Boss, MXR. All good in their own way...but....this is the one. Great, creamy sound on bridge and neck pickups....truly unique. Cool design and great tone......the best.

               
              5.0

              Still the Best!

              By EM

              from Central California

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              Comments about MI Audio Crunch Box v.3 Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal:

              This pedal fills my needs for high-gain distortion. It has enough gain on tap to use as a stand alone box and is thick and fluid, even with my Strat. I wouldn't call it versatile, but it does one thing very well. I like the simplicity, I can quickly dial in my tone and get on with playing - no need for excessive tweaking. It works well with my vintage Deluxe Reverb, which is usually hard to use with distortion pedals. It also sounds good on my Boogie's clean channel. It also works well with my Deja Vibe for over the top swampy tones. Again, I think it's all in how you use it. If you want high gain, give it a try. Don't try it and expect it to clean up well or give convincing low-gain tones, other pedals are better suited for those sounds. Don't be misled by the price either, it is boutique quality both in tone and construction. Considering the price and quality, I think it's a fantastic value.
              My experience with the Crunch Box goes back several years, so I decided to finally write a review. I have owned the second version and currently own the newest version (version 3). Sonically, I have found both versions to be the same - only differences are with construction and cosmetics. The Crunch Box has been a staple on my board for high-gain tones, and I have tried many times to replace it with something "better" or "more refined". I have also tried stacking pedals to get my high gain tones, but nothing sounds as good to me as the Crunch Box. Every time I try something "new" I end up realizing just how good the Crunch Box is for straight-up rock tones. I use it with a Malmsteen Signature Strat and vintage Gretsch Chet Atkins Tennessean - and I get good tones with both. I have used the pedal live and find that it cuts through very well in a band mix - it has a strong mid-presence that lends itself well to leads and crunchy rock riffs. As good as it is it's not perfect - I don't like it with the gain below 12:00, I don't like it as a booster, it doesn't stack well, and it doesn't clean up well. However, it excels at medium to high-gain tones and I use it for that purpose. It's simple, small, and turns my clean channel into a high-gain beast. I have tried many others and always come back to the Crunch Box. I highly recommend it to anyone looking to cover 70's and 80's rock or hard rock.
              Build quality is superb. Thick pcb, precise soldering, sturdy box. Never had an issue with mine, don't expect to either.
              The pedal sounds great and is very well built, that alone warrants a high score. However, when you consider the price it's a no-brainer. Comparable units go for around $200.

               
              5.0

              Even Better...

              By Preston Keepfer

              from Williamston, SC

              Comments about MI Audio Crunch Box v.3 Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal:

              I give a 4 on features because it only has 3 knobs: tone, gain, volume. 4.5 on quality because this thing is solid and doesn't move when you stomp on it and seems really strong. Overall, this pedal is fabulous. This pedal provides overdrive/distortion that is much greater than that of my amp. I play a Peavey Classic 50 and I was in love with the lead channel on my amp, until I got this pedal. The gain on this pedal ranges from a medium/hard overdrive to a mid/heavy distortion with a great mid-range. This pedal is meant to sound like a Marshall amp so it is expected to have a mid-range like that so I wouldn't imagine it so great for hardcore/metal type sounds. It works perfectly for me though. My pedalboard consists of a hardwire true bypass tuner, a way huge pork loin overdrive, a cusack screamer, the crunch box, and lastly, a boss dd-20 giga delay. This pedal works amazingly well with my Cusack Screamer(tubescreamer). I can have both engaged and no feedback, even with my tele w/ single coils. It also works great with my boss giga delay, the delays are not muffled whatsoever. I suggest not waiting to get this pedal, get it immediately. Next to my giga delay, the MI crunch box has been the best purchase for me as far as pedals go.

              (0 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

               
              1.0

              Happy user for many years now

              By papersun87

              from Undisclosed

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              Comments about MI Audio Crunch Box v.3 Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal:

              VERY happy with it. I have tried several other distortion pedals over the years and nothing has been able to kick the Crunch Box from my board. It's a very bright pedal. I play lead guitar in a loud rock band and the Crunch Box really shines playing leads in a band mix. It has a ton of gain, I generally keep it around noon. Putting a Tubescreamer (volume full, gain and tone off) before it in your pedal chain and running them together results in huge sounding leads and chords with a ton of sustain. (kind of like running a Tubescreamer into a Marshall . . . hmm . . .)

              If there's one area where this pedal lacks, it's low gain. I picked up an 80s Rat for lower-gain work because it was a bit more versatile with my guitar's volume knob. However, this is not a product flaw because the Crunch Box wasn't DESIGNED to clean up with the volume knob, it was designed to melt faces and make loins tremble.
              Not much to brag up feature-wise, just Volume, Tone, and Gain. The internal Presence trimmer is absolutely crucial to matching the pedal with your amp.
              Had one for a year, had to sell it, wanted another, so I got the one I have now and have been using it for almost two years. Switch and knobs sturdy. Build job super clean on the inside.

               
              5.0

              crunch box rocks!

              By Fred Gruber

              from Apex NC

              Comments about MI Audio Crunch Box v.3 Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal:

              A great addition to my pedal board.
              I was in the hunt for a, marshall in a box. distortion to give my small bedroom amp that big stack sound. I demoed many distortion pedal before getting the Crunch Box. Not only does it give your amp that marshall sound but it matches up nicely with different amps, with the internal trimpot.
              It seems to be well built,
              For the price, it's a great pedal

               
              5.0

              Very nice

              By Rob-zl6jY

              from Undisclosed

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              Comments about MI Audio Crunch Box v.3 Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal:

              I just got this box last night to replace the Boss DS-1 that was on my board and all I can say it is VERY sweet. It really is touch sensitive like claimed. With the gain set to about 9 o'clock you can go from a nice clean slightly driven sound to a crunchy overdrive sound by simply diggin in and playing harder. I can't comment on the reliability but it seems to be built like a tank.

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