Overdrive, reverb, and delay in a single stomp.

Guelph, ON (February 9, 2018) -- Southampton Pedals is thrilled to release the Indie Dream, which is two pedals in one: an all-original, op-amp overdrive with a huge tonal range, and a digital reverb/delay with spring and hall modes. On top of all that, the Indie Dream is carefully made by hand, one at a time, in Guelph, Ontario.

Indie Dream highlights include:

  • High-gain overdrive with an EQ that works with guitar, bass, synth, etc.
  • Pristine digital reverb and delay on a second footswitch
  • A set-it- and-forget- it stompbox for huge overdriven stadium sounds
  • Low power consumption (60 ma) and daisy chain compatible

All Southampton Pedals are hand built in Guelph, Ontario. The Utility Knife is available on our site for $280 CDN.

Watch the company's video demo:

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Southampton Pedals

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