A wide-ranging dirt box with a switchable gain stage.

Norman, OK (June 15, 2017) -- An effects pedal with ample options for shaping tone and gain, the Fault Overdrive/Distortion is the newest pedal in the Old Blood Noise Endeavors lineup. Expanding on the attitude of their particular takes on delay, reverb, chorus, and fuzz, the Fault gives players a multi-tool to create or augment their core drive sound. From sparkly boost to aggressive distortion, this is the dirt pedal players didn’t even realize they needed.

Features:

  • Volume and Gain 1 controls for overdrive with ample volume boost available
  • Footswitchable second gain stage with additional Gain 2 control for fully saturated distortion
  • A three-band active EQ that boosts or cuts lows at 100Hz, mids around 500Hz, and highs above 3kHz
  • True bypass switching
  • Standard 9VDC center negative power with low current draw (31 mA)

The Fault Overdrive/Distortion is available for $199 at select stores worldwide and directly from Old Blood at oldbloodnoise.com.

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