The pedal uses digitally controlled analog gain stages and an internal tone stack to pack 11 channels of overdrive and fuzz.

Newberg, OR (August 28, 2017) -- Subdecay is proud to announce the new 11-channel Vector preamp. The Oregon pedalmaker merges their early roots of fuzz and overdrive with their current design ethos. The Vector uses digitally controlled analog gain stages and an internal tonestack to pack 11 channels of overdrive and fuzz into a stunningly compact pedal.

The channels include Drive 1 & 2, Crunch, Vintage, Fuzz 1 &2, Meltdown, 1980s, 1990s and Modern 1 & 2.

The control surface gives you a familiar volume, drive and gain controls. The Vector’s simplicity lets you get things done without getting in the way.

Features:

  • All analog signal path and true bypass switching.
  • Powered by a 9 – 18 volt DC adapter.
  • The Vector preamp will be available August 24th for $179.

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