overdrive pedal

Mojo Hand FX has unveiled the Sericon, an overdrive pedal with three separate controls for gain manipulation; Drive, Gain, and Blaze.

The Sericon overdrive is an interpretation of the gold standard of overdrives with more gain shaping options than other “Klones”. It has a highly tweak-able, interactive mystique all its own, with three separate controls for gain manipulation; Drive, Gain and Blaze. All types of drive are on tap, ranging from clean always-on boost to edge-of-breakup to all out shred.

Features

  • Controls for 3 stages of gain manipulation: Drive, Gain, and Blaze
  • Post Gain control for treble and level
  • Blaze control is a unique interactive third gain stage affecting low end and mid
  • 9v Standard center negative power supply only (not included), no battery provision
  • True bypass with soft touch silent switching design
  • Individually serial-number plated limited production issue
  • Made in USA, lifetime warranty
  • Dimensions: 4.7” L, 3.69” W, 1.37” H

$199 MAP/ street price. Go to mojohandfx.com for more info.

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