Fulltone Fulldrive2 MOSFET Overdrive/Clean Boost Guitar Effects Pedal
Distortion & Overdrive Effects Pedals
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Precise tonal control on a 2-channel overdrive.
Housed in a beautiful, powdercoated blue 16-gauge steel enclosure, the Fulltone Ful-Drive 2 pedal is capable of everything from clean boost to raw, non-compressed overdrive via its two switchable channels. With Volume, Tone, Overdrive, and Boost knobs along with toggle switches for selecting Vintage/CompCut modes and MOSFET/Standard overdrive styles.
MOSFET and Standard modes each deliver their own clipping style, with the MOSFET adding more bottom end and roundness to the sound. The pedal's Tone knob is an effective presence control that can smooth out or add upper harmonics. Vintage mode provides a traditional midrange bump.
The second, footswitchable Boost channel, with its own separate distortion control, is perfect for medium- to higher-gain overdrive with a more singing, violin-like sustain.
Named the Best Stompbox of 2006 by Guitar Player magazine, it'll do great things for your sound.
- Offers clean boost and overdrive via two channels
- Durable, 16-gauge steel enclosure
- Volume, Tone, Overdrive, Boost controls
- Selectable Vintage/CompCut and MOSFET/Standard modes
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Comments about Fulltone Fulldrive2 MOSFET Overdrive/Clean Boost Guitar Effects Pedal:
As so many know dist./ OD pedals have as many different personalities as the guitarist that use them. For me this pedal has what I like in a pedal. It interacts with my guitars' volume very well. It has a lot of settings using the toggle switches, all of which sound quite good to really, really good ( to my taste ). I found the rotary controls usefull but not overly sensitive, again like I like it. Now the sound. I tend to use single channel tube amps or just a clean channel. This pedal can get a fantastic gritty distortion. Think old tweed just about to catch fire. It can get some softer / milder sounds but nothing really modern sounding. Again just like I like it. The boost works great. It reacts differently with different settings but matches them really well. If you like old school grind give this try. It has a great full ( no pun intended ) sound and is not overly expensive.