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DuSart Pedals Unveils the White Noize Overdrive

DuSart Pedals Unveils the White Noize Overdrive

Hand-crafted pedal from The Netherlands that can do it all: Klon-ish style clean boost, Texas crunch, and a razor-sharp rock drive.

Hasselt, The Netherlands (July 6, 2015) -- As a fairly new kid on the block, the people at DuSart Pedals were looking to build a pedal that can do it all: klon-ish style clean boost, Texas crunch and a razor sharp rock drive.

After years of development, they have come up with the White Noize: a versatile handcrafted overdrive that is equipped with a special developed power boosting circuit. Because of this circuit this pedal has all the head room you need as a guitarist, delivering the full range of overdrive without ever turning fuzzy.

White Noize Highlights:

  • Hand built with a careful selection of high quality components
  • Versatile overdrive ranging from klon-ish clean boost to in-your-face rock drive
  • True bypass switching
  • Special developed power boosting circuit (9v – 18v)
  • Works great with either single coils or humbuckers
  • Handles any amp you play
  • Top mounted jacks

€225/$249 Retail

For more information:
DuSart Pedals

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