The overdrive clipping is controlled by an optical envelope and can be switched between 12W and 22W operation modes.

Somerville, MA (November 16, 2016) -- The Magick "i" is a totally new concept in overdrive, a pedals who's clipping elements are under optical envelope control.

Play lightly, the clipping portion of the circuit moves away, play hard and the clipping circuit moves in.

Each pedal offers the following features:

  • Gain Control
  • Volume Control
  • Bass Control (pre clipping)
  • Treble Control (post clipping)
  • 12W / 22W Switch (varies style of clipping/amount of compression or "sag"
  • True bypass switch
  • DC power jack (Standard 9VDC –Center)

The Magick "i" is available direct from the company's website for $225.

Watch the company's video demo:

For more information:
Mid-Fi Electronics

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