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LPD Pedals Unveils the Redesigned Eighty7

An analog pedal designed to cop classic British hot-rod tones.

Mesa, AZ (October 26, 2020) -- LPD Pedals introduces the freshly redesigned Eighty7. The Eighty7 is an all-analog overdrive pedal designed for the discerning musician seeking 80’s modded British tones. This pedal truly combines two incredible amps. Green channel is based on an early 80’s hot rodded JCM800 of unknown origin. Red Channel is based on a Jose modded high gain Plexi. The Eighty7 delivers everything from light break up to the roar of a hot rod Plexi in a conveniently sized pedal.

Lawrence Petross—drawing upon over ten years experience building amps and pedals—countless hours were devoted to design and perfect the circuit found in the Eighty7. Each pedal is built by Lawrence in Mesa, Arizona USA.

The Eighty7 Features:

  • Authentic '80s British overdrive tones
  • Full tones stack: bass, mid, treble, and presence
  • True bypass switching
  • 9-Volt operation converting to 24 volts internally
  • Made in USA

The street price for the Eighty7 is $230

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