(Jan 23, 2012) --Freekish Blues introduces two new pedals, the The Alpha Drive II - Red Dot and the Alpha Drive II Standard. Freekish Blues has worked hard with

(Jan 23, 2012) --Freekish Blues introduces two new pedals, the The Alpha Drive II - Red Dot and the Alpha Drive II Standard.

Freekish Blues has worked hard with its overseas manufacturer to make the Alpha Drive II - Red Dot a high quality overdrives at a price that can fit most peoples's budget. As for the Alpha Drive II Standard, it has been refined with the help of many musicians. Freekish Blues listened to your feedback and made changes to the circuit that allow extended frequencies and tighter bass response.

Both are extremely detailed and transparent with the OD Level set below the 12:00 Position. Cleans up extremely well and stays transparent with your guitar volume turned down and is Dynamic and Harmonically Rich.

Features:
• Aluminum housing:
• High Grade caps:
• Metal Film resistors:
• Hand Wired:
• True Bypass:
• 3 knobs - Overdrive, Volume, Treble:
• Mid Switch:
• ROHS Compliant

For more information:
www.freekishblues.com

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