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Strymon Introduce The Sunset Dual Overdrive Pedal
Studying 6 different circuit types that are found in the world's most iconic pedals, Strymon have meticulously reciprocated their unique tonality and condensed them into one single-two channel unit. With two channels at your disposal and an array of parameters to be explored, you really can experience the benefits of creative flexibility. Each independently selectable and able to be routed with ease, the pedal has been designed so that it complements any additional tones that are stacked as you play. For those who want to achieve a more layered and multi-dimensional tone, the potential to stack your sound opens up the opportunities for expanding your sonic palette.Its six unique circuits and endless stream of customisable options let you push and pull your amps tone in any way you want. From heavy saturated fuzz to a crystalline 'more amp' like tone, control is placed directly in your hands (and feet!).
Channel A's overdrive circuits include both germanium and Texas sounds, as well as an additional treble booster. Channel B on the other hand features a two-stage soft-clip overdrive, single-stage hard clipping and JFET clean boost. Each of the pedal's available circuits has been specifically designed so that they operate seamlessly with one another, allowing you to re-rout your chain or run it in a parallel fashion. The back of the pedal houses a three-position bright switch that conveniently matches your amp whilst effectively reducing auditory interferences such as hisses and hums.
For more information on Gear4music's range of Strymon pedals, please visit our Strymon product page.
By Josh Hummerston
Posted on 9 Mar 2017 15:00 to category : Instruments News
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