Chellee Guitars Introduces the Odie Overdrive Pedal

A versatile overdrive with three different texture settings and an RC4558P dual op-amp.

Orange City, FL (August 29, 2014) -- Offering boutique tones and handmade quality at a mass-produced price point, Odie delivers more for less. Not only can the new Odie Overdrive produce those classic TS overdrive tones with astounding clarity, it offers simple flexibility making it one of the most versatile overdrives around.

The Odie Overdrive uses high quality, tight tolerance components and offers a rugged construction designed for the end user experience rather than ease of manufacture.


  • RC4558P Dual op-amp
  • Three drive texture settings: asymmetrical diode clipping, asymmetrical MOSFET clipping, and clean boost
  • EQ voicing shift switch including a fat mode that doesn’t get muddy
  • True bypass switching

The Odie Overdrive is built by hand in Orange City, Florida and individually tested. It is currently offered for direct sale for $100.

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