Both pedals offer twelve overdrive, fuzz, and distortion tones specifically voiced to accommodate the individual frequency range of either guitar or bass.

Woburn, MA (September 26, 2013) -- Source Audio, innovators of the award winning Hot Hand Effects Controller and Multiwave Distortion, have released two new pedals, the Soundblox 2 OFD Guitar microModeler and OFD Bass microModeler. The “OFD” stands for “Overdrive, Fuzz, and Distortion.” Both pedals offer twelve meticulously crafted overdrive, fuzz, and distortion tones specifically voiced to accommodate the individual frequency range of either guitar or bass. Each pedal’s comprehensive collection of distortion effects includes tone accurate models of Marshall and Mesa Boogie amps, as well as iconic pedals including the Big Muff, Fuzz Face, and Tube Screamer.

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It doesn’t have to be all cowboy boots and yee-haws!

Intermediate

Beginner

• Learn how to comp using hybrid picking.
• Add nuance to your playing by combining pick and finger string attacks.
• Add speed and fluidity to your lead playing.

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