Admission to the Klon ballpark at a bargain price.

A ticket to the Klon show for an unbeatable price. Easy to plug in, dial up, and play.

The fat boost is more necessity than option. Narrower dirt and volume range than pricier competitors.


TC Electronic Zeus Drive


There's no shortage of lower-priced pedals vying to match the overdrive characteristics of the Klon Centaur. That's no surprise. When Klon founder Bill Finnegan started building his legendary stomps again in 2019, his first new 3-knob wonder auctioned for more than $2,000, and used first-generation Centaurs now fetch $5,000 or more. That's pretty exalted. But pedals like the J. Rockett Archer and the Wampler Tumnus allow us less affluent folks a taste of this sacred dirt for under $200. (For more, see Joe Gore's "Klon vs. Klone: 5 Affordable Stomps Go Head to Head with a Gold Original" in the April 2020 issue of PG.)

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