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Seymour Duncan Dirty Deed

Distortion from Seymour Duncan .

Public price: $119 incl. VAT

Seymour Duncan introduces Dirty Deed, a 100% analog distortion pedal for hard rock guitar players.

The Dirty Deed pedal uses a pair of MOSFET transistors with a discrete circuit and is designed to reproduce the harmonic rich sound of tube amps, Seymour Duncan announces that it can be used as the Channel 2 of a clean amp.

The pedal is described as polyvalent, so you can go from classic overdrive to hard rock distortion and saturation by using the level and drive knobs as well as the active two-band equalizer (12dB of boost/cut) and a True Bypass is included.

The Dirty Deed is powered by a 9V battery or a 9V / 18V power supply. It is assembled in the Seymour Duncan headquarters in California.

The pedal will be available worldwide in about three weeks, but US customers can now pre-order it at three stores for $119.95. Visit www.seymourduncan.com for more info.

 

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