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ProTone and Nevermore’s Jeff Loomis collaborated to create a signature overdrive pedal limited to 200 copies.

The ProTone Jeff Loomis Limited Edition Signature Overdrive is based on the Dead Horse model, with enclosure graphics customized by « Mister-Sam » Shearon and available in either blue or green finishes (100 pedals each). The artist required the addition of a filter switch that allows for choosing the low-frequency response between 339 Hz and 72 Hz, which covers the frequency range of a 7-string guitar.

Specifications:

  • Gain, Tone and Volume knobs
  • Low-frequency switch
  • Built-in JRC4558 chip
  • True hard bypass
  • Status LED
  • Aluminum enclosure with custom blue or green graphics by Mister-Sam Shearon
  • Built in the USA

You can order this limited edition at protonepedals.com for the price of $229. Jeff Loomis will hand sign the first 50 pedals. 

 

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