Distortion pedal

Take your guitar playing to the next level with the perfect distortion pedal. Explore our top picks for creating powerful and unique tones that will make your music stand out.
This weekend, at Julien's Auctions, one of Kurt Cobain's DS-1 Distortion pedals sold for a stunning $75,000. That's $4,600 more than even Jimi Hendrix's Octavia got when it went up for auction last year. #kurtcobain #nirvana #grunge #effectspedal #guitarpedal #distortion #ds1 #bosspedal #guitartone Decoration, Jimi Hendrix, Vintage Guitars, Distortion Pedal, Distortion Guitar, Guitar Effects Pedals, Pedal, Boss Pedals, Guitar Pedals

This weekend, at Julien's Auctions, one of Kurt Cobain's DS-1 Distortion pedals sold for a stunning $75,000. That's $4,600 more than even Jimi Hendrix's Octavia got when it went up for auction last year. #kurtcobain #nirvana #grunge #effectspedal #guitarpedal #distortion #ds1 #bosspedal #guitartone

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Introducing "Carmilla" to the Caline 500 Series. This "HI Gain Distortion Machine" is a great looking and an incredibly responsive distortion pedal. Using the Presence and Distortion control it's possible to go from a light boost, through to a classic rock crunch. If you're brave enough to max out Carmila it will take you to a place of incredibly intense and responsive heavy distortion. Definitely not for the faint hearted! The CP-515 will be a versatile and enjoyable addition to any pedal board Distortion Pedal, Pedalboard, Effects Pedals, Pedal, Distortion Guitar, Guitar Effects Pedals, Guitar Effects, Guitar Pedals, Guitar Center

Introducing "Carmilla" to the Caline 500 Series. This "HI Gain Distortion Machine" is a great looking and an incredibly responsive distortion pedal. Using the Presence and Distortion control it's possible to go from a light boost, through to a classic rock crunch. If you're brave enough to max out Carmila it will take you to a place of incredibly intense and responsive heavy distortion. Definitely not for the faint hearted! The CP-515 will be a versatile and enjoyable addition to any pedal…

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Dad's Garage
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The earliest version of the MXR+ used an LM741CN integrated circuit, as Pedal Area states there is only a small difference between this IC and the UA741CP (which I already had in my parts stash) but since these are fairly cheap and I'm going for vintage accuracy as much as possible I decided to buy some LM741CN. It also uses 1N270 germanium diodes (which I had never ever heard of before) so I had to track some of those down, which was easy enough on ebay.

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