A dual distortion circuit that offers independent bass boost and diode toggle switches.

Atlanta, GA (October 21, 2020) -- Seemingly crafted by the hands of the Kwisatz Haderach, the Mind Killer by Acorn Amplifiers is a dual distortion device that guarantees to deliver total obliteration in the form of huge gain tones to any rig. Featuring two separately stomp-able distortion circuits in series, each with their own bass boost and clipper diode toggle switches, the Mind Killer offers a melange of stackable crunch tones in a single stompbox.

Features:

  • Two shapeable and independently switchable and stackable distortion circuits built in a rugged metal enclosure
  • Footswitch-able SMD LEDs mounted directly to the face of the pedal for a bright, dynamic look
  • Both footswitches engage two separate single op-amp distortion circuits with bass boost and clipping diode toggle switches.
  • True Bypass
  • Hand built and hand wired from start to finish by obsessive compulsive perfectionists in Atlanta, GA
  • Assembled entirely with high-quality, audio grade components and rugged latching foot switches and metal Switchcraft jacks + powered by standard 9V pedal power

The Mind Killer is sold for $225.00 and is available now at AcornAmps.com and select dealers.

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Acorn Amplifiers

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