Limited Edition Keeley Drive for a Cure pedal
Keeley launched an hour ago the Drive for a Cure limited edition overdrive pedal in order to help the ALS research.
Peter Gusmano collaborated with Robert Keeley in order to help his Guitar for a Cure organization and the Project ALS, who are involved in the ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis or Charcot disease) research.
Keeley manufactured 50 overdrive pedals and called them Drive for a Cure, each numbered and signed. These pedals are now available for $169 and for each pedal sold, $30 will be donated to Guitar for a Cure and Project ALS.
The Drive for a Cure features Drive, Tone and Level knobs, as well as a gain switch that controls the symmetry or shape and size of the processed signal, a first at Keeley’s. When switched to the left, you’ll get more overdrive but slightly less volume and when pushed to the right, the clipping becomes asymmetrical, with slightly less gain but more output.
Keeley also modified the tone control in order to have more sparkle with more highs.
The sale is now open at robertkeeley.com.
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