Six different flavors of boost, overdrive, and distortion that pay homage to classic circuits.

Athens, Greece (January 15, 2019) -- We are very proud to introduce our latest design called the Six B.O.D. (Booster-Overdrive-Distortion)!

It's the result of our effort to create a fully analog overdrive/distortion pedal that would be small and practical yet would offer huge powerful tones, natural feel, and flexibility.

We basically combined all our favorite elements found in the legendary pedals Timmy, Blues Breaker, and KOT, adding our new cap-less technology to achieve a whole new level of touch sensitivity and overall musicality.

It features six different modes: booster mode, two overdrive modes, two distortion modes, and a blend of the first overdrive into the second distortion.

The Six B.O.D also features an advanced internal power supply with voltage doubler and a voltage switch that allow you to chose between 9V or 18V, even though you'll always be using an external 9V supply.

Suggested Retail Price: 210 Euros.

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