Oddfellow Effects Unveils the Caveman V2

A dual channel overdrive with an independent boost circuit.

Riverside, CA (January 5, 2015) -- Oddfellow Effects, a game-changing up-and-comer in the effects industry launches their latest masterpiece: The Caveman Overdrive Version 2.

The Caveman V2 is everything a guitar player could ask for in an overdrive pedal. A distinct step up from the already widely acclaimed Caveman V1, the V2 takes and improves everything guitar players loved from it’s predecessor, while adding a number of well thought out improvements. The Caveman V2 offers dramatically increased control and tone shaping options. This dual channel stompbox is intended to be the only overdrive a guitar player would need to get any touring or studio job done. After a solid year of road testing and industry professional feedback, Oddfellow Effects has implemented a number of improvements to the design functionality and layout of the effect pedal, allowing guitar players to get the best bang for their buck.

Features:

  • Wide range of tone-shaping options
  • Independent Boost
  • Pre-post boost (order switcher)
  • Improved layout of hardware
  • 9v battery or AC adapter compatibility
  • High end, brand name components
  • Handmade in CA, USA
  • High quality, durable powder coat finish

$249 MAP

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