Larry Alan Guitars Introduces the New Infinity Driver Pedal

The Infinity Driver is a warm and versatile overdrive.

Lansing, MI (November 7, 2011) -- The Infinity Driver pedal from Larry Alan Guitars is designed to add highly flexible, warm and crunchy overdriven tone to your arsenal.

This pedal is designed to offer the player options. In addition to the typical Drive, Tone, and Level controls there are two pushbuttons for further tone tailoring. The Infinity switch engages a germanium diode in the clipping stage, altering the character of the overdriven signal to a sweeter asymmetrical sound. The Bass switch extends the low end response for a thick, full drive. In addition to the Effect bypass, the Infinity Driver has a second Boost footswitch. The Boost footswitch increases the gain of the pedal and reduces some of the low end. This is the perfect tool for solos that cut through the mix.

Able to serve up plenty of crunch by itself or used to slam the front end of a tube amp into singing distortion, the Infinity Driver offers plenty of options to get the perfect tone from your rig.

Hand made in the USA featuring true bypass switching and high quality components, the Infinity Driver is now available for the price of $200.

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