Guitar overdrive pedal demos for the Electro-Harmonix (JHS mod): Soul Food and Fulltone: OCD. (demos are not my own and belong to the original posters)
Hopefully, you will have gathered from my previous posts, I am always ‘tone questing’. Not sure if this is just part of my wandering nature or something that is shared by all guitar nerds in the fraternity of music making. None-the-less, I am always looking for “The Perfect Tone” and of course that means I haven’t found it yet. Moreover, I suppose my idea of perfect tone changes frequently 😉
The first demo is of the Electro-Harmonix: Soul Food. I like this demo because they also show the Soul Food with the JHS “Meat & 3” mod. After hearing the demo, you may appreciate why I purchased the Soul Food with the JHS Mod. I originally bought this as Klon Klone; but, since I know own a Klon KTR (and gig with it) I am using the Soul Food as a transparent boost! The second demo is of the Fulltone: OCD pedal. This is also a pedal that I own. I bought it specifically so I could play my ’60s Bassman at ‘bedroom levels’ and still get ‘that sound’ a very low volume. I have since moved it onto my Pedal Board as a second ‘dirt pedal’ stacked AFTER my Klon. Sounds awesome.
My Pedal Board Jan 2018
thanks for viewing… now on to the demo below.
[ curated content for my students and musicians on the Tone Quest!]
A more extensive (35 min) demo of various overdrive pedals.
the Klons are demo-ed about 15 minutes into the video…
Partial pedal list: Black Cat Pedals OD-1 Basic Audio Futureman Boss DS-1 Budda Fat Man Caroline Guitar Co Wave Cannon Crowther Hot Cake Earthquaker Devices White Light Overdrive Freakshow Brown Rabbit Fulltone OCD v4 Fulltone Fulldrive 2 Fulltone GT-500 FX Doctor OD FXEngineering Sidewinder Open Overdrive Ibanez TS9 RI Ibanez TS808 RI Klon Centaur (Silver) Klon Centaur (Gold) Klon overdrive (new) Landgraff Distortion box/Classic Overdrive Lovepedal Kanji Lovepedal Kalamazoo MXR Classic Overdrive M-66 Paul C Tim (HW) Paul C Tim (PCB) Paul C Timmy Rockbox Boiling Point Rodenberg Gas 808 Skreddy Screwdriver Wampler Paisley Drive Wampler Plexi Overdrive Wampler Black ’65 Overdrive Xotic AC Xotic BB Xotic RC Zvex Box of Rock
Electric guitarists are always looking for “The Sound!” While finding that sound may be different for everybody, in the quest for your own sound, it is always helpful to know what other players may be using