Exploring the relationship between high gain, short delays, and modulation, the Excess Distortion Chorus/Delay is the newest pedal in the OBNE's lineup.

Norman, OK (November 20, 2017) -- Exploring the relationship between high gain and short delays, the Excess Distortion Chorus/Delay is the newest pedal in the Old Blood Noise Endeavors lineup. From lush chorus and vibe to metallic doubling and slapback delay, from background saturation to cutting crunch, and even harmonies at control extremes, the Excess creates a myriad of sounds with the stomp of a switch.

The Excess features:

  • Independent volume controls for Distortion and Modulation
  • Series and parallel switching - run distortion into modulation or run them side-by-side
  • Modulation channel footswitchable between Chorus and Delay with controls for rate/time and depth/feedback
  • Tone and Distortion controls shape the character and intensity of the distortion
  • Modulation parameters controllable via external expression pedal
  • True bypass switching and standard 9VDC center negative power

The Excess Distortion/Modulation is available for presale now for $199 directly from Old Blood at oldbloodnoise.com and in select stores worldwide in December.

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