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Stomp Under Foot Announces Full Powered Halo

Stomp Under Foot Announces Full Powered Halo

The dual-gain pedal squeezes a modified, low-gain version of the Serenity Overdrive and the Halo Bender distortion into one box.

Windermere, FL (August 21, 2017) -- The Full Powered Halo is a dual gain pedal that includes a modified, low-gain version of the Serenity Overdrive and the Halo Bender distortion in one enclosure.

The Overdrive goes from a very low break-up to medium gain and the Distortion side goes from a medium, Fender crunch all the way up to JCM distortion all while retaining the clarity of your guitar.

The tone control goes from a full, low-end to a pleasing high-end all while retaining its punchy tone.

Having both drives in one enclosure yields a variety of gain tones and both gains work extremely well together.

You can set the Overdrive side for a sweet, dirty rhythm then kick on the Distortion side for leads or use the Distortion side for your gain and boost it with the Overdrive.

Setting your amp with a slight break-up adds to the different gain tones you can get by adding the Full Powered Halo.

$249 Street

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