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Seven vintage and modern phaser types in one dynamic, true stereo pedal.
The distortion is so severe on this pedal that you won't believe your ears. Tons of bone crushin' sound and...
If what you need is a distortion pedal with voicing then this is the one for you. Play softly and you get a...
A hot-rodded overdrive pedal featuring true bypass.
If your distortion needs vary from "just a little edge" to "sounds like a screaming stack" then the Hot Head...
Once you hear this pedal you'll agree, it has more types of headbangin' distortions than any other pedal on...
Volume has always played an important role in rock'n'roll. Of course, when guitarists began turning their amps up louder and louder, this resulted in an overdriven sound that soon became a staple of the genre. Thankfully, the invention of the first fuzz pedal made it easier than ever for guitarists to distort their tone, and today, cutting-edge pro audio companies like DigiTech offer their extensive line of pedals for countless rock subgenres. No doubt, whether you're a garage rock turkey or a headbanger metal shredder, DigiTech has an overdrive, distortion, fuzz, or boost pedal waiting for you in this section.
If you're new to buying effects pedals and still aren't sure which one is right for you, just simply take a look at your favorite groups and guitar influences. After all, if you're a fan of the tube driven sounds of '70s classic rock, a pedal that specializes in death metal distortion might not be what you want. Thankfully, one of the best aspects of DigiTech pedals is that you can get a good idea of what they'll sound like by simply looking at their names. For example, if it's a blues-driven sound that you're after, then go with the Screamin' Blues overdrive pedal. Made specifically for players who want total control of their tone, this pedal is incredibly responsive. Featuring high, low, level, and gain controls, the Screamin' Blues pedal gives you the flexibility to boost or cut your bass and treble frequencies with total ease.
Of course, we couldn't talk about death metal pedals without mentioning the popular DDM. Although compact in size, this is a beast that's just waiting to be unleashed. Simply put, the DDM death metal pedal may be the most extreme distortion you will ever hear. Just keep this powerhouse on 11, and listen as your guitar slices through anything that's lucky enough (or fearless enough) to be standing in its path.
And DigiTech's options go well beyond the two pedals mentioned above. Whatever you're looking for, just remember that DigiTech overdrive, distortion, fuzz, and boost pedals are used by players of all skill levels. A leader in effects since 1984, DigiTech is dedicated to anyone who wants to turn up and demand to be heard, and the pedals in this catalog prove it.