Tube amp type overdrive equipped with JRC 4558 D circuits.
The other secret to the OD820 is its Blend setting, allowing to mix the effect with the unaffected dry signal.
The RTO is an amazingly amp-like overdrive.
While many companies claim to offer "amp in a box" pedals, the RTO is in actuality a tube preamp circuit in a stand-alone stompbox format.
Entirely analog and equipped with JRC 4558 D circuits, it provides a unique and famous tone.
Maxon, the original designers of the TS9 is manufacturing the legendary overdrive under its own name and they have improved the output section in order to lower background noises.
Analog filter with wide frequency range, accepting all type of instruments.
The FL9 offers shiny choruses or vibratos and thick flangers.
It is carefully calibrated to obtain gain unity when it is activated and it is particularly quiet.
Bigger, Badder, Bolder - these are the best three words to describe the ST-9 Pro+ Super Tube.
The ST-9 features more output, more gain, and more tonal options for the player who simply needs - well, MORE.
It's difficult to put into words what makes the VOP-9 stand out from other OD pedals.
The VOP-9 was designed with the seasoned guitarist in mind, yet it can be a great addition to any player's rig. In the simplest terms, it accentuates the connection between your guitar and amp rather than getting in the way of it.
Two independent Boost circuits in one compact chassis.
Clean channel offers +20 dB of boost with flat frequency response, vintage channel offers +20 dB of boost with high-end roll off.
Clean, smooth and transparent compressor.
The 4:1 ratio avoids all high frequencies noises.
When it is activated, note-to-note levels are smoother and more consistent, while chords and arpeggios are drier and more precise.
The OD808X takes Maxon's classic 808 circuit to the extreme; adding extra Drive, Level and High frequencies to create a versatile, amp-like overdrive with excellent note clarity that won't get lost in a mix.
Maxon PT999 offers smooth phasing that enhances your instrument's character rather than masking it.
With its single knob, the PT999 Phase Tone looks deceptively simple. Yet packed into this tiny blue box is a host of the most authentic 70's-era phasing effects available in a current production unit.
It affects 6 carefully selected frequencies (100Hz, 200Hz, 400Hz, 800Hz, 1.6kHz, 3.2kHz) or 5 octaves, with a 12dB cut/boost per band and it has a 12dB output level.
High quality DBX compressor circuit, up to 30 dB clean boost with a compression atio of 10:1.
The CP-9 Pro+ is that rarity of rarities - a compressor with tons of squash that does not color your guitar tone or create excessive noise.
100% Analog Delay with 600 mS delay time.
Gorgeous, Warm, organic delay tone. Special filtering on repeats to reduce distortion. Capable of Self-oscillation effects.
Originally designed in 1974, it produces a warm distortion and increased gain with unusually sustain
Unlike many other transistor pedals, the D&S can produce a wide array of distortions, heavy overdrives such as vintage fuzz tube amps.
Improved version of Maxon's original OD880 Overdrive/Soft Distortion which appeared in 1977-1890.
Just like the OD808, the OSD9 has 2 settings and can create a soft distortion, natural and warm like the one of tube amp.
100% analog stereo chorus with 2 outputs.
It offers spacious and rich chorus effects and simulate Leslie speaker by accelerating the Rate control. The circuit features a noise gate for clear chorus effect.
Originally issued in 1979, the OD808 is a pioneer in tube amp simulators.
Its soft and creamy crunch was the leader to a long list of imitators.