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Donner Dumbal Drive est une pédale de survol de circuit analogique True basée sur l'amplificateur légendaire de style D, fournit un coup de pouce propre à une tonalité overdrive croustilleuse légère, améliore le son naturel de votre guitare et de votre amplificateur. Un vrai tube comme un son, une compression lisse et une énorme dynamique vous offrent de la tonalité guitare brillante et transparente. Deux façons d'éq et de trois modes de circuit de clipping vous fournissent de nombreuses options pour ajuster vos plates-formes tout en préservant son caractère fondamental. Une fois que vous l'essayez, vous n'oublierez jamais le son d'un lecteur dumbal.
Trois mètres de circuit de raccourci: le mode I contrôle la distorsion de la moitié supérieure de la forme d'onde et le sens de l'audition est que la fréquence élevée en devient plus, la tête du son devient plus grande et une petite quantité de compression. Le mode II contrôle la distorsion des demi-ondes supérieures et inférieures, et le son est une surcharge équilibrée et ressent essentiellement peu de compression. Le mode III contrôle la distorsion de la demi-onde inférieure et le sentiment d'audition est que la fréquence basse devient davantage et que le sens de la compression est le plus fort.
Gain signifie signal d'entrée et signal de sortie Vol signifie. Vol et gain contrôlent le volume d'entrée ensemble. La taille du signal d'entrée est également liée à la taille du signal d'entrée de guitare. Le réglage de l'entraînement dumbal Donner est que lorsque le gain et le volume sont à 12 heures, le volume de sortie global est équilibré. Au fur et à mesure que le gain diminue, le signal de sortie doit être augmenté pour maintenir l'équilibre et le volume doit être augmenté en conséquence. L'inverse est la même chose.
A pedal with great versatility. This pedal offers three modes you can control plus the modes. Volume and gain are easy to control and measure. This overdrive certainly does the job!
An easy question with an easy answer. Where else can you get a Dumbal clone that sounds this good for this value? Exactly… i figured you had already hit the add to cart button
Awesome low gain overdrive. The 3 clipping modes are each a different flavor, depending on what level of compression you like. I like keeping it in position 2, which is more neutral and natural sounding with less compression. You can get that nice subtle low gain od feeling that puts your amp right at the point of breakup. It also acts as a great boost pedal, and the 2 band eq helps color your tone nicely. Thing is built solidly as well, and the new design they rolled out with this series looks amazing on any board.
Been looking for a light, transparent OD for many years. Tried more pedals than I can remember. Many so called "transparent" drives are anything but. This pedal just gives a natural, light overdrive to your clean amp without changing it's tone. The differences between the 3 modes are VERY subtle, but after a while you will hear the difference. Basically, each mode changes how the bass and treble interact with the drive. For example, in mode 1, adding more bass and treble will increase gain in a very amp-like way. Very pleased with this pedal.
Does the breakup thing nicely . Three modes all have a different character to them, and are all very usable . I push my small tube combo with it and it sounds great!
Does this sound like a dumbal amp I don't know but it's is a nice low gain pedal .I used it as a always on pedal for my clean tone stacks well with other pedals very versatile can get a lot of useful sounds out of this. It give you something different
Don't step on it too hard - this thing is made of super-thin metal. That said, it has a surprisingly nice sound. I'd really like to source a higher quality, through hole version ASAP. I have no clue what the circuit is based on other than a Dumble. It serves as a really nice sweetener without doing much else, and for ￡50 is a bit steep given the absolute bargain basement materials and SMT board. This thing is build far, far cheaper than most Joyo/Caline pedals I've seen. Here's the good - the tone is nice, adding a small low-mid fullness without drastically affecting the highs or lows. The gain level is SUPER LOW, however, and the clipping options mostly affect the tone rather than any gain you will get (playing strat with Gen 4 noiseless - pretty hot but not humbuckers). The bass works well and I find I needed the gain off a good way to get the treble to come through nicely. I think this pedal would work well as a solo boost, fat boost or any kind of always on enhancer. It covers a lot of ground well for ￡50, can definitely be made to sound bad though (but the sweet spots are pretty good and not too hard to find). A higher gain toggle option would have been nice. I'd love to see a through-hole, higher quality version, I liked the artwork and LED a lot, reminiscent of EHX design. This is definitely not one of the Chinese pedal's I'd consider keeping for parts, there is precious little to want to re-use. That said, if you can find it for ￡30-35 it might be worth a try. Given you can get a good Klon clone for 70-80 dollars, with through-hole, high quality parts, I'm not sure this is worth it. That said, its nice for what it does and I don't know what else is an exact replica to refer to. Put it this way, it works better on my board than the Wampler Euphoria does, and adds a pleasing character that something like the TC Spark doesn't. Pretty high praise. I'd probably also consider this as an alternative to running a clean TS pedal, though it won't give you the 'push' and compression a TS will, and may not drive a heavy amp the same way.
Exactly what I expected for the price!
For a small and cheap pedal works extremely well. Obviously when its quiet it doesn't rwaly change your tone.. but give it a little volume "the louder, the better!!" and you will be surprised. I realy enjoyed this pedal. And planing on keeping it for a while. Bravo ??
For the money this overdrive sounds fantastic!
Good tone, great classic sounding transparent overdrive.
Great little pedal. I'm not an advanced player and I don't play out. I've got a Tele and Boss Katana 50. So pretty simple setup. This pedal fits in perfectly. It doesn't overdrive really hard, if you get my drift. It's smooth and just slightly understated but definitely present. Adjustments are excellent with plenty of range and flexibility. It's my second Donner pedal and I will be acquiring others.
Great pedal and overall I love it. It's not super versatile, but that why I got it. It's really more a "tone" type pedal, than a "look what I can do" pedal. I'm using it early in the chain to help drive my "sound" with a little more grit during my solos and chunkier rhythm work. Works well as a clean boost too, but not why I got it.
Great pedal! Great value for the price. Excellent tone
Great pedal. Took me some time to fully find the versatility of this pedal. It adds a low grumble with a slight overdrive without fully breaking up the tone. Bass and treble knobs have a significant amount of play - they add both tonal range and volume. Fun pedal if your looking for subtle flavor to your tone.
Great sound. Hard to believe it was ￡50 bucks.
Great tone for little money! Well done! >> This won’t get you the sound of a 100K DD — but a healthy bit for the timbre of your distortion.
I can only assume this has a Dumble sound since I’ve never heard a Dumble amp except on recordings. It’s a very light and transparent overdrive. To my old ears, I need the gain up nearly all the way to hear much of an effect. The Mode switch has a very slight impact on the sound, almost indistinguishable from other settings. Perhaps it would be more noticeable at volumes beyond “bedroom levels.” And it doesn’t sound like a clone of anything else I’ve heard or own. I have a Timmy, a Klon clone, a Tube screamer, a Big Muff Pi. It’s not even in the neighborhood of these. Much less driven and lighter even at full settings. All those comments regard the pedal’s use with my Fender Princeton solid state. On my tube amp, the gain is much more responsive and the Mode switch definitely sounds different on each setting. I like it, a lot. When I start playing guitar through it, I play longer than I intend because it’s such a pleasure. It runs by power adapter only which is okay because I never use batteries. At first, I thought the graphics were printed on glossy paper and glued on, but I believe they are painted. The metal box seems lighter than my other pedals and yet appears sturdy enough. Overall I am satisfied with the construction. And overall I’m glad I bought this pedal. Great price, great sound!
I have so many gadgets so I just felt somehow this would be fun to have! I would say it does it's job well, keeping in mind that it's a simulated function. I was not disappointed , and actually like the sound! I'm an oldie rocker that just plays good ole blues, 70's, Santana, and all those grooves of the day. I have a Peavey and the sound was crunchy but not over the top. I'm still dialing my style but right off the box and all the knobs centered I could feel there was a lot of hidden response I will enjoy dialing in!. I would recommend it!
I like this, nice gentle precrunch for my tube amp.
I purchased this overdrive pedal to compare with my old standby, the Ibanez TS9DX Turbo Tube Screamer. While the pedals may seem different at first, the basis of comparison stems from the fact that they're both multi-mode overdrives. I wanted to see how the Dumble stacks up. The Dumble has one obvious edge in the fact that it has 2 band eq, where the TS9DX only has a single tone knob. The Dumble has a good, thick, gritty overdrive that tends to do better the dirtier you get with it. Compared to the TS9DX, the Dumble is less transparent and adds its own character to your tone. It's hard to get a bad sound out of the Dumble, but for pure tone I prefer the TS9DX. However, if you consider the cost, the Dumble is quite a deal. If you had to pick one overdrive to do it all, I personally would recommend something besides the Dumble, but if you have several overdrive pedals and you're looking for something with its own voice, the Dumble is a good fit.
I use this pre distortion drive in my pedal line, it adds that extra kick and "fatness" with that classic dumble sound. Well worth the cost as it is versatile across many genres. You won't be disappointed.
I wasn’t expecting a lot for ￡50…. But I was completely blown away by this pedal. It is possibly the best ￡50 I’ve ever spent on gear in 25 years. Have this in front of a Vox AC15C1 with a Nashville Telecaster. The tone is amazing. It really pulls out the sound of the tubes and gets that perfect twang. Great Texas blues sounds too. Extremely impressed with the quality of the sound. The only critique I have is that the casing does seem to be a bit lightweight. But the sound of this pedal more than compensates for that. Buy it today.
I'm a professional working musician / guitarist and recording studio owner, with over 50 years in the business which I believe qualifies me to give an opinion about this inexpensive yet for my needs, totally useful pedal. No I have never owned or played through a Dumble amplifier, not am I one of the so called elitist that have. The Dumble Drive is a very versatile pedal and integrated into my studio set up perfectly. It's built solid and has a nice visual appeal to the product. The added tone controls are 100% usable, a shame the bigger boys have never seen fit to add such valuable controls. The only thing I would do if I some how won a Dumble amplifier in a contest or some relative left me one when they kicked off would be to sell if immediately, the hype and star-struck BS that surrounds products like Mr. Dumble's is total crap, of course IMHO. Now go make music and be happy to have wonderful choices like the Dumble Drive to choose from.
I'm impressed with this pedal. It feels and looks nice and sounds great. The Dumbal Drive is low noise with sweet modest gain overdrive. I've had 2x to 4x more expensive overdrives which had fewer tones yet added more noise than the Dumbal Drive. Cheers, Donner! This is a top product.
It sounds great, although I don't notice any difference in tone when switching the mini switch. I use it with the gain all the way up and a Klon clone(￡40) in front of it which I leave on all the time with the gain low as it will go and volume up nice clean tone then kick in the Dumball and it gives it SOME dirt. again great pedal.
It will take some experimentation to fully implement this pedal on my board. Only one thing I noticed is that the middle toggle switch had very little or no effect to my ears on changes it was supposed to have as stated in the instructions. As with other instructions that come with electronic musical accessories, the instructions are poorly thought out and executed. The manufacturer makes huge assumptions as to the knowledge of the end user being more toward the professional than beginning musician. This makes use just a little more than daunting to the beginner, which currently is the largest buyer segment.
It’s a really fun pedal, and it sounds great by itself, but when stacked with the Wampler Tumnus and an EP booster, it sounds even better. Yea, I get the Tumnus is an amazing Klon clone, and also far more expensive than the Dumbal over drive, but the Dumbal really made the Tumnus create even nicer tones. Regardless of price, I really like this Dumbal pedal, but it’s low cost makes it a must have pedal. It’s pure analog, true bypass, with tons of eq control. I also like the aged looking graphic - nice touch, and Kudos to Donner.
It's very transparant if dialed in right, and actually very versatile for just a little bit of grit. Has become a permanant fixture to my pedalboard. I continue to be impressed with donner's stuff especially at the price. Is it the best overdrie? no, but is it completely functional and great sounding? you bet.
I've tried them all. (almost all Dumble pedals ). This one is my favorite, by far.
My favorite D-style overdrive
Nice design. Built well. Just the right amount of grit to my guitar sound.
Nice little gain Pedal, I found it works well for extra Eq when working with other distortion pedals. Good for a boost to your clean channel. Well worth the money spent
Nice mild overdrive that i use as a boost.
Mrs Tracie Joanne Hall
Only use it on a tube amp low gain high volume.. add gain to taste. Great for neck pick up leads or lines. Adds compression and rokks off the high end.. but knobs are very specific.. use your ear.. i love it.. makes me sound more pleasant.
Pleasantly surprised. Definitely makes your tone better. Does sound like a Dumble? Close and sometimes that’s all you need.
Really good overdrive pedal for the money. I definitely like the tones, however, it loses a bit of volume and the gain could stand to get a little more "gainy".
Really sounds like a dumbal!
So Donner has a couple of problems. Their QA is so-so - I've had some pedals, I needed to send one back, others had instructions with obvious lack of proofreading... This said, this pedal delivers. It's a pretty nice overdrive and the switch on the middle allows you to change the character of the character of the overdrive, so it kind of feels like a few overdrives in one. The sound is also nice. I don't use it right now as I have too many overdrive pedals, but I'll definitely keep it and use it once in a while. If you don't have too many overdrive pedals, this one might be next.
Sometimes a cheap pedal shines up there with the high end botique pedals. In this case the Donner Dumbel drive produses a smooth low gain overdrive with no spitty artifacts and a solid layer of snotty goodness to your guitar. It can get pretty gainy , not heavy metal gainy but will do classic rock tones in spades. The toggle switch lets you get a transparent drive in the middle position to a nice put a littlle hair on it in the up position to a higher gain setting on the down position. I prefer the up position. The EQ knobs let you add or subtract bass or treble. The volume and gain are interactive and must be tweaked to your liking but there are no bad settings on this pedal. So what if it Chinese SMT manufacture at ￡43 you can wear it out and buy another. I dont really know what a Dumble amp sounds like but this pedal makes my guitar sound good. With a twist of the volume knob it cleans up and when I want that mild overdrive I turn up. A real good pedal and this is coming from a guy that has been playing for 55 years. Trust me, this pedals nails good guitar tone.
The Donner Dumbal Drive is a unique sounding overdrive pedal. Apparently it is based off of the Dumbal amp. I have never heard one of these amps, and probably never will, as they sell for a minimum of ￡70.000 used. Anyway, it has a very nice sound to it. Not as "overdrivey" as I would like it to be. It does a good job as a boost. It works well when i pair it with the Dark Mouse or my MXR Distortion+, or in front of the dirty channel of an amp. I mainly got cause I want the whole set of pedals. The Vintaverb and the Soph gate are next. Another fine product from Donner.
The Dumbal Drive is awesome! Super quiet true bypass, plenty of gain, three selectable gain styles! Use it as a clean boost! The EQ’s really work well! It won’t give you overly distorted tones, but put it in front of your overdriven amp and it will light you amp on fire! My Marshall combo has big overdriven sounds, but when I kick this thing in, wow! You can dig up a myriad of bluesy or classic rock tones as well! Well made, compact, versatile, how can you go wrong?
The media could not be loaded. The Donner Dumbal Drive is the first pedal on my board, and I LOVE it! It is a transparent light overdrive similar to the Cochrane "Timmy", and it gives my HSS Strat the "just so" light overdrive a la Mayer and Carlton, or the bright, Brit-like slash-and-chop crunch of Pete Townshend. It also works a a nice gain boost to stack in front of fuzzes and overdrives. I've had a few Donner mini pedals in the past which were a servicable value, but this pedal knocked it out of the park for me! Construction is great; knobs have a quality feel. The 3-way "Mode" switch is so subtle as to be almost completely unnecessary, but that is a very minor nit. Packaging was well done also, adding to the user experience. One-handed unboxing video submitted.
There is definitely an abundance of overdrive pedals during our times. Also, more and more companies are trying to make a Dumble in a box pedal nowadays. For a pedal by a fairly new Chinese companies, I like how this pedal stands out from the rest (mini enclosure a la mooer) with the compact size and design. The pedal looks sturdy and has great graphics on it. In terms of sound quality, i thought it sounded okay, not great. I would put it as very similar to MojoHand FX’s DMBL pedal with a little less of everything. Considering it’s a ￡100 cheaper though, then it is worth it if you are on a budget. The toggle switch brings really subtle changes.
This easily one of my favorite pedals on my board rn. I like to switch guitars mid set and this pedal can go from humbuckers to single coils and keep its full amp like tone. Nice fat tubey drive but roll off your guitar volume and get a smooth clean chime. I love this pedal!
This is a great sounding overdrive pedal, especially at this price point (￡60) It does exactly what it’s supposed to do. If you are wanting a more distorted guitar tone, I would find something else. But if you want a good Indy rock or alternative sound, you can’t beat this little guy. Unless you wanna drop ￡200... nothing wrong with that, but if this is you first overdrive pedal, get it. I have also purchased the other 3 pedals in this line, Gate, Delay and Reverb. And I recommend all of them.
This is a very clean and articulate distortion pedal. For the price, it can't be Beat!!
This pedal brought my basswood guitar to life and it sound powerful and concentrated! Highly recommended!
This pedal is great for get different levels effect. The 3 way mode switch lets you dial in gain for rhythm and soloing. Mode 1 provides gain with open sound, Mode 2 less gain and a more natural sounding guitar, Mode 3 gives more gain, compression and sustain. Between the 3 modes and adjustable gain, bass and treble knobs mean you can dial in a tone just your own! The only downside I find is that because the Mode 3-way switch is very small you can't change it on the fly. It would be nice if there was a second footswitch that allowed to toggle through the 3 modes.
This thing is awesome!
Tono limpio, no da alto volumen pero puedes colocar un booster antes para aumentar su senal, sonido cristalino y puro.
Roberto Roberto Maurichi
Update: I reconfigured my pedalboard and the volume issue (low volume) that I mentioned earler is gone. It might have been linked to my power supply. --> Changing my rating from 4 to 5 stars! :-) Congratulations to Donner to this new Vivid series of pedals. They all look superb, actually like expensive boutique pedals. The Dumbal Drive pedal is one of the pedal of this series. It aims to bring the "Dumble tone" to your home. Does it do that? I don't know. I never played through a Dumble amp. What it can do is provide a transparent slightly overdriven sound. Even at fill gain there is NOT a lot of gain, so it's quite nice to use it as a booster for your other overdrives and distortions. That's how I am using it right now. It makes my tone "richer", "fuller", "warmer" or however you wanna call it. As usual, Donner's pedals have a lot of feature. This pedal has 3 clipping modes which slightly alter the tone. Luckily there is manual with a few settings for Clean Boost, Rhythm and Lead. I started dialing in these settings and went from their for "my tone": - Mode: II - Gain: 1-5 o'clock - Volume: 5 o'clock - Bass: 9 o'clock - Treble: 1 o'clock With these settings I am using it as a always-on pedal. the build quality of this pedal is superb. It's solidly build and all the dials are smooth. The only downside to this pedal that it brings your volume down unless your turn up Gain and Volume way up. If not for this, I would give 5 stars.
Updated my rating after some more use. the dumbal is not a an ordinary drive pedal, it has very subtle variations in the toggle switch and very low gain. use it to lightly boost or add just a touch of grit and the different tones from this pedal will shine through.
Well this was my first Dunbar pedal. I was pleasantly surprised with it. It’s a quirky sound but it is def fun to play with. I’m a massive fan of Donner pedals so this was a no brainer to pick up. I have around 8 of their pedals now.
Works as it should
Works excellent as a very low gain pedal that can push into a tube amp and give a beautiful "touch" of tone. For the money. Probably the best budget pedal I've ever had.
Your browser does not support HTML5 video. What I like about this pedal is that it comes with it's own tone control knobs. And you can also use this as a boost if needed be. I like to set mine up a with a little more bass as I play with my acoustic. That way I can get a clean sound with some kick to it. If you are creative enough you are able to do more things with this pedal.
Well fair play I took a chance on this little pedal just to push the front end of my 501 burman hand wired valve amps and it's amazing ,not a lot if gain but just enough to push my amps that little bit further , great product ,low noise,could be a classic for the future
Does exactly what it's supposed to do, very good performance and a good price.
It does something but I am not quite sure what, the three position toggle switch appears to do virtually bugger all. Probably the only pedal that I have purchased from donner that i would advise people not to buy.
Good product, good price, fast delivery :-)
I loved it from the moment I plugged it in. Perfect for stacking with other drives. I run it at fairly low gain into a
clean vintage American sounding "amp in a box" type pedal, and put a middling gain BB type overdrive in at the front for a bluesy lead.
The Dumbal adds a big dollop of cream, and a lot of variety of character if I need it.
Another great pedal from Donner. I really need another pedal board for them now, mines full. I love this one, you can get some great sounds out of it, easy to dial in a great AC/DC sound and some nice blusey tones. I'd really recommend this one.
I didn't know what to expect, when I bought this pedal
As I soon found out its very subtle, and nothing like my other overdrives.
So what use is it ? Well that was answered as soon as I stacked it into the other overdrive. It transforms them into a multilayer gritty sound, beautiful.
Does it sound like a Dumble amp, who knows? Who cares ?
Its brilliant as a touch of spice to an already delicious sound.
Fantastic pedal very transparent does not colour your sound. Very good representation of a Dumble amp. Silent in operation. Recomended.
Transformative tone! Uplifts all parameters and the "feel" is the best yet.
its more of a clean distortion, wouldnt have bought it if i could have heard it beforehand. not enough distortion for my taste but its a good pedal
Excellent super good pedal and good quality sound
Very versatile pedal.light break up to distorted sounds with 3 clipping stages.doesn't color your rone heavy and stacks very well
I was stunned at how good this Dumble pedal is... Its not in your face overdrive or anything like that at all. Yet It's very subtle and very effective and produces sounds to be proud off. Nothing over the top but sounds and feels great. Like a quality pedal should.. The 3 way mode switch is the same subtle but effective.. Slight but noticeable differences in the sounds.. I like position 3 but all 3 are great..
Don't know if it's actually simulating a Dumbal sound or not. But it is a fantastic overdrive pedal. Very transparent sounding. The select-able Clipping is great. But it's BEST feature is it's separate Bass and Treble controls. They may not be for for everyone because unlike most EQ controls on pedals that are subtractive (meaning you can only take away some bass or treble, on this pedal, the Bass and Treble are "flat" at 12:00, and you can actually add more Bass and Treble when turned up beyond that. This causes them to to be "interactive" with the Gain and Vol controls. For me, that's great. I can add some Bass or Treble and reduce the Gain to compensate. So, you can get "Amp" like additive EQ, and adjust Gain and Vol Controls accordingly. Again, this is not for everyone's taste. But I love the way this pedal can sound. Someone said it's a Timmy clone. Well not quite, but for $50, it comes close to that type of OD sound. I would classify this OD pedal in the "Mild OD" category that has a very transparent sound. Somewhat like a Klon Centaur, but with better EQ controls. Great for an Always On pedal in the front of your chain, and works great when "stacked" with other OD or Distortion pedals. Donner has a real winner with this pedal.
Kalaab M. Pickering
I purchased this overdrive pedal to compare with my old standby, the Ibanez TS9DX Turbo Tube Screamer. While the pedals may seem different at first, the basis of comparison stems from the fact that they're both multi-mode overdrives. I wanted to see how the Dumble stacks up.
The Dumble has one obvious edge in the fact that it has 2 band eq, where the TS9DX only has a single tone knob. The Dumble has a good, thick, gritty overdrive that tends to do better the dirtier you get with it. Compared to the TS9DX, the Dumble is less transparent and adds its own character to your tone. It's hard to get a bad sound out of the Dumble, but for pure tone I prefer the TS9DX. However, if you consider the cost, the Dumble is quite a deal.
If you had to pick one overdrive to do it all, I personally would recommend something besides the Dumble, but if you have several overdrive pedals and you're looking for something with its own voice, the Dumble is a good fit.
I purchased this Donner Dumbal drive on the advice of a friend who has great ears for tone..
The pedal was delivered just two days after ordering, which truly amazed me.
It comes well packaged and has a quality feel to it.
In testing, it gave my guitar signal a nice muscular boost (both with single coils and humbuckers).
The tone controls are very effective, even set with the ‘Hendrix roll’, as seen in the picture.
So far, I’m extremely pleased with the Dumbal, and the way it pushes the front end of my amps.
Next up will be a test with my pedal steel guitar, which is higher output and should serve up some great overdriven sounds.
I have lots of pedals, to many to count. This pedal is a very transparent blues driver style pedal. It is awesome! Especially for the price. It actually is becoming one of my favorite pedals. Highly recommend for the price. It doesn’t get super dirty, is great for blues, country, and rock... but it sounds full and transparent and does what it does very well!
Great pedal sounds great very durable this is my second dinner brand and I'll be buying more donner products for sure
This pedal is the best lower gain overdrive pedal I have ever heard and owned. It’s so good that I leave it on most of the time!!
Love the pedal. It adds a bit of color to the tone. I am always tone searching, and this was a pleasant find, especially for the cost. Competes with pedals at quite a higher cost.
This is a compact, sturdy and quality Overdrive Pedal. Its distinctive character for sure can please nearly all guitarists. The tight controls allow you to tailor your drive sound exactly the way you want. I am very impressed with the power and clarity at high gain levels. This pedal really pushes the guitar signal and has a very touch sensitive feel! It is a very usable overdrive which can dial in a very effective amount of gain. It really dose a nice job.
It took me to sit down in front of amp and really listen to this pedal as I changed the gain and equalizer bass and trebel and the switches. I found the pick attack is the trick here. It sounds like you clicking your fingers on a glass globe to high gain action in the gain knob. The treble will make it scream and in the neck position it can have a Klon JM sound. Good value.
Great pedal sounds great very durable this is my second donner brand and I'll be buying more donner products for sure definitely has turned into my go to pedal very distinct sound
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