The limited-edition stomp combines a TS-style overdrive with a Rat's filth into one enclosure.

London, England (January 28, 2020) -- Magnetic Effects are pleased to release the LIMITED EDITION Dual Drive.

The Dual Drive combines a Tubescreamer style overdrive and a Rat pedal into one enclosure. Each effect can be used independently or both can be used at the same time.

The TS style drive has been modded for asymmetrical clipping for more even order harmonics and a touch less compression. Along with a simplified signal path for a touch more clarity.

The Rat side is a straight up Rat with a couple of mods. Clipping has been changed to asymmetrical clipping for more even order harmonics and a touch less compression. The Tone control works in the conventional direction. (Not backwards like on an original Rat.)

9-18V operation is possible. 18V gives more headroom to the sound and a slightly punchier feel to the tone.

Great tone and features make the Dual Drive a worthwhile addition to any pedalboard.


  • Two drives
  • Volume, Tone and Gain controls for both drives
  • Top mounted Jacks and DC socket
  • 9-18V DC operation via adapter
  • True Bypass
  • High input impedance and low output impedance

Pricing information:
£135 plus shipping

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