The handcrafted stomp is an all-analog overdrive based on classic '70s British amps.

Mesa, AZ (April 24, 2019) -- Following a long line of handcrafted effects pedals, Lawrence Petross Design introduces the all new Seventy 4 Pedal.

The Seventy 4 is a handcrafted all-analog overdrive pedal based on classic 70s British amps. This pedal is a work of overdrive art. It offers a mighty crunch for powerful bar chords and buttery smooth leads. The Seventy 4 is simply a cut above the rest delivering golden overdrive tones and sustain for days. All in a conveniently sized 4 3/8”L x 2 3/4”W x 2”H pedal.

The Seventy 4 is carefully crafted using only the finest components available, giving players plenty of gain with none of the hiss. The controls are straightforward and include a High, Mid, and Low EQ section, along with Level, Presence, and Gain controls.

The Seventy 4 Drive is already receiving rave reviews from industry greats such as Phillip McKnight, R.J. Ronquillo, and Keven Eknes.

Lawrence Petross—drawing upon over ten years experience building amps and pedals—painstakingly designed the circuit for the Seventy 4, striving for excellence every step of the way. Each pedal is handcrafted and hand signed by Lawrence in Mesa, Arizona, using only the finest parts available.

The Seventy 4 Features:

  • Authentic 70s British Overdrive Tones
  • Full Tone Stack, Bass, Mid, Treble, and Presence
  • True Bypass Switching
  • Super Low Self Noise
  • 9 Volt Operation Low Current Draw 2mA (No Battery)
  • Handcrafted One At A Time In The USA

The street price for the Seventy 4 is $199.99

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