Halloween to bring new KHDK Ghoul Screamer OD
This Halloween, Kirk Hammett has a new trick up his sleeve: not only a brand new overdrive, but also a new brand.
KHDK was founded by Kirk Hammett and David Karon (hence its name, obviously). Conceived by Kirk Hammett and designed by KHDK laboratories, the Ghoul Screamer guitar pedal is described as "a Swiss Army knife of overdrives", highly versatile with controls spanning from a clean boost all the way to a massive overdrive. In addition to the three standard controls (drive, tone and volume), five more switches have been added to expand the sound palette - bass switch, high switch, body switch, compression switches and foot switch.
The pedal will be available for purchase October 31st, 2015. Price remains undisclosed to this day (a purposeful surprise for Halloween maybe? If so, let's hope it's not too scary).
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