Heather Brown Electronicals Launches Blessed Mother V2 Overdrive Pedal

Updated features include increased output and headroom with broader-ranging tone control.

Princeton, NJ (December 5, 2019) -- Heather Brown Electronicals has announced the new version of The Blessed Mother overdrive pedal. The Blessed Mother V2 features increased output and headroom, with broader-ranging tone control. Her benevolence and grace are now fiercer than ever.

At the core of her soul, The Blessed Mother possesses a classic overdrive sound, wonderfully suited for just about any musical style. Her supernatural combination of germanium and silicon diodes generates a uniquely raw, yet velvety tone. She features an adjustable transparency function: The Immaculator. You can blend in your clean signal, allowing you to preserve or purify your guitar's original grit to your liking.

She plays well with others and makes a splendid first stage OD or clean boost. The Blessed Mother offers true bypass switching and takes 9v or 18v DC. And yes, her halo glows eternally, while her heart lights up when pedal is engaged…cuz God’s mom deserves it.


  • Five knobs: Volume, Drive, Treble, Bass, and Immaculator
  • The Immaculator knob blends in clean signal
  • True bypass on/off switch
  • 9-volt and 18-volt operation with standard DC input

The Blessed Mother V2 pedal carries a street price of $220 and can be purchased from the Heather Brown Electronicals website at godsmom.com or via the company’s store on Reverb.com.

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