#1
Hi dudes,

here's one nice overdrive/clean boost -pedal. I got it a while ago, it seems to do a lot of stuff well.

I made this video-demo to try and show what this pedal can do. I played my PRS Custom 22 throughout:
EHX Soul Food demo

What do you guys think of these pedals?


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Last edited by Digital Wrath at May 30, 2014,
#2
Haven't tried it yet but it's a klon(ish) clone on the cheap, so it's probably going to be pretty good
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#3
Just picked mine up today. I love it for what it is and what it does. I'm not expecting a Klon though.
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#4
I literally just got back from GC, tried it on my amp (Marshall JVM), though I've never played through a Klon Centaur, I have to say this thing (especially on the various Clean and Crunch sections of my amp really is terrific, and the ProguitarShop.com reviews are the closest to its true performance.

Cost aside, this pedal would put a smile on virtually anyone's face, IMHO, and then when you see that it cost you ~$60, its ridiculous.

Its going on my board, going to run in combinations with my SP Compressor and EP Booster, should be even better.
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#6
It's probably one of better overdrives for subtle crunch and boosting in that price range. I'm getting one soon.
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#7
I just played it through my Vox last night and it sounded great. Just the right among of crunch that I wanted for a little dirty blues. I don't plan on ever using it for anything eel other than that, meaning not looking to use it as a boost. I haven't played it through the Mesa or Orange yet so that will be the next test. It seemed to fit rather well with my Vox though.
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#9
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Nice demo, TS.


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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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Presumably because the CCF (Combined Corksniffing Forces) of MLP and Gibson forums would rise up against them, plunging the land into war.

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Et tu, br00tz?