#1
Hi all, still searching for an overdrive pedal. Came across this:

http://www.jettergear.com/products/jetter-gear-gs3.cfm

Checked out the Pro Guitar Shop demo on youtube and loved it. The idea of having both a clean boost and an overdrive channel separately on the same unit is awesome.

Are there any other pedals like this I should check out before I take the plunge with the GS3? Preferably something a little more accessible (Something I won't have to order from overseas.)

Thanks.
Fender USA Standard Stratocaster
PRS SE Custom
Fender Hot Rod Deluxe
Tonerider British Distortion
Tonerider American Overdrive
Boss DD7
Big Muff Pi with Tone Wicker
Treble Booster.
#2
Looks nice. I say go for it. Never heard anything about this one but from the looks of it it's a quote-unquote "MONSTER!!1!!1one!"

I like the TS9 OverDrive pedals. They are nice I was gunna get one until I grabbed a Boss DS-1 and fell in love with it.
#3
I wasnt sure if I wanted a clean boost or an OD.

So I came across the Seymour Duncan Pickup Booster.

Then I was going to go for a ts9, then a keeley modded ts9.

Now I've come across the GS3 which is the best of both worlds. And it will be the GS3 unless another/better dual channel overdrive presents itself!
Fender USA Standard Stratocaster
PRS SE Custom
Fender Hot Rod Deluxe
Tonerider British Distortion
Tonerider American Overdrive
Boss DD7
Big Muff Pi with Tone Wicker
Treble Booster.
#4
*bump*
Fender USA Standard Stratocaster
PRS SE Custom
Fender Hot Rod Deluxe
Tonerider British Distortion
Tonerider American Overdrive
Boss DD7
Big Muff Pi with Tone Wicker
Treble Booster.
#5
I read the thread title, and I was actually going to suggest that GS3 lol. I have one, and I love it with all my heart. Jetter makes something VERY similar called the Jetter Jetdrive which is also a cascading pedal, but its a little bit cheaper. the difference in quality is negligible, but the difference in sound is pretty big. the GS3 is the winner among the 2 imo.
#6
As much as I dislike his ways, Zvex has the Super Duper 2 in 1.

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#7
The Fulltone Fulldrive with MOSFET has the same thing with a channel for clean boost and a channel for overdrive. It's also about $100 cheaper. I think they have it on PGS also.
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#8
MXR CAE Overdrive/Boost
ToneBone Plexitube + Trimode
Lovepedal Les Lius
Vox Saturator (not really two channels, but the More switch kind of acts like one)
Seymour Duncan twin tube classic and blue
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#9
Thanks for the suggestions all! I will definitely check them out for sure.
Fender USA Standard Stratocaster
PRS SE Custom
Fender Hot Rod Deluxe
Tonerider British Distortion
Tonerider American Overdrive
Boss DD7
Big Muff Pi with Tone Wicker
Treble Booster.