New Nine Series pedals with new features

Clifton, NJ (October 12, 2007) – Godlyke, Inc. is releasing four new Nine Series pedals from Maxon: The AD-9 Pro Analog Delay, the OSD-9 Overdrive Soft Distortion, the OOD-9 Organic Overdrive and the VOP Vintage Overdrive Pro.

Maxon Nine Series designs feature improved circuitry and true bypass switching with a 4PDT switch. The pedals have tool-less access to battery compartments, die cast zinc chasses, rubber bottom surface pads, AC/DC power, voltage regulators and LED battery life indicators. They come with a three year warranty.

AD-9 Pro Analog Delay - The new AD-9 has 450 ms of analog delay with a unique filtering circuit that provides rich, clear analog tone without noise. TheAD-9 Pro features a multi-tap "ping-pong" delay switch which replicates the dual-head feature of vintage tape chorus units as well as stereo outputs. List price: $375

OSD-9 Overdrive Soft Distortion - A reissue of the ultra-rare original "pre-Ibanez" Maxon OD-880, the OSD-9 uses the fabled 741 chip which is renowned for its exceptional dynamic response and tube-like tone. List: price $260

OOD-9 Organic Overdrive - The OOD-9 is an amazingly natural overdrive that adds bite and girth to your amp tone. Its JRC4558IC chip adds the classic midrange boost that Maxon overdrives are famous for. List price: $260

VOP-9 Vintage Overdrive Pro – An overdrive with clean boost, the VOP-9 features an internal voltage doubler that is switchable from 9 to 18 volts, allowing for better note dynamics and increased low-end response. List price: $275

For more information:

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