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ThorpyFX Introduces the Gunshot Overdrive

The Gunshot features two independent gain stages that can be blended together.

Wiltshire, U.K. (May 12, 2015) -- A relative newcomer to the boutique effects world, ThorpyFx brings its first offering to market – The Gunshot overdrive, engineered to provide uncompromising and addictive tone.

Designed to appeal to a wide range of guitarists, the Gunshot has two independent gain stages that can be blended together to give the most harmonically rich, and complex overdrive found in a pedal. The gain stages are coupled with a perfectly voiced EQ, allowing the Gunshot to deliver a tone that emulates the best valve amps set to cook. This premium sound is enhanced through the use of premium components all wrapped in a beautiful custom engineered enclosure.

Features:

  • Four knobs to control Volume, Tone, Gain and Calibre – allows you to blend two separate gain stages to yield a multitude of overdrive styles.
  • A beautiful laser cut and laser etched stainless steel enclosure wrapped in a gunmetal grey powder coat base.
  • Engineered to be robust but functional with recessed knobs, sloped front and top mounted jacks.
  • True bypass on/off switch
  • 9-volt operation and standard DC input

The Gunshot pedal has an RRP of £199.99 but is available for a limited time only at the release price of £184.99.

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