MXR Releases the Super Badass Dynamic O.D.

The MXR Super Badass Dynamic overdrive was designed to inject any setup with extra bite, while preserving existing tonal dynamics.


With MOSFET clipping under the hood, this pedal’s overdrive can be pulled back for a clean boost or cranked into full gear for vintage high-gain grind. On the dashboard, a simple set of controls allows you to dial in the right sound for your setup, featuring Output, Tone, and Gain knobs along with a Boost/Cut switch that allows you to bump up the overall level with a little extra midrange or drop everything down a notch.

MXR Super Badass Dynamic O.D. Highlights:

  • Add extra bite to any setup while preserving your tonal dynamics
  • MOSFET clipping for smooth, purring overdrive
  • Shift gears from a nice, clean boost to vintage high-grain grind
  • Boost/Cut switch bumps the whole signal with a little extra midrange or drops everything down a notch
  • The perfect pedal for taking your warmed up tube amp over the finish line

MXR® Super Badass® Dynamic O.D.

The MXR Super Badass Dynamic O.D. is available in the USA exclusively through Guitar Center ($129.99 street) and worldwide through select international retailers. For more information, please visit jimdunlop.com.

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