Amt Electronics DT-2 Dist Station
Amt Electronics DT-2 Dist Station

DT-2 Dist Station, Solid-State Guitar Preamp from Amt Electronics in the Classic series.

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iamqman 04/06/2011

Amt Electronics DT-2 Dist Station : iamqman's user review

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The thing that I like most of AMT is how easy it is to get a solid natural sounding gain and tone from their pedals. They really have found a great niche in the market for well built full sounding guitar distortion pedals. This unit is one of my favorites. There are so many tones available in this pedal that makes it usable for basically any style of music you can think of. The sound from this unit is so efficient and warm that is is as close to a natural sounding amp as you can get.

- Size: 112mm (4.4"), 72mm (2.8"), 90mm (3.5")
- Weight: 420g (14.8 oz)
- Control: Level, Low, High, Dist, MIC, MOD, AMP
- Jacks: IN, OUT
- Power: DC 9V, 9V battery, 6mA


This pedal is unique to the AMT family. It has few extra controls switchers that go along with the standard EQing that we are used to with AMT. The top control knobs are the standard Level, high and Low EQing, and Distortion. Next, right under those controls are three sliding switchers that go even further into tonal varieties. Choose between California, British, and Tweed amps either Hot Wired, Hi Gain, or Clean. Also adjust your tone for direct recording even further with mic placement setting options of classic, center cone, or off-axis.


The possibilities are really endless with this pedal. If you can think of an all encompassing distortion box that can do anything for any style of music then this is the pedal. You can play country to pop all the way up to drop tuning nu-metal tones. It stays tight in the lower tuning s and sparkles when run in a cleaner overdrive setting fitting for pop or country chicken picking.

It doesn't really matter what guitar or amp you use the tones you can pull off from this pedal are endless. If there was a pedal that can do anything this is that pedal. It does have a normal overdrive that will fit most music.


If I was looking for a pedal that I needed for a cover band or I needed something that could cover basically ever genre than this is the pedal I would buy. My personal preference is the Extreme lll pedal since I like the voicing of that pedal in particular. Otherwise, this is the pedal I would go for if those were my parameters.

At new these pedal come in at around $150 which is a stellar price for the functions and music covering this pedal can do. This pedal fits nicely on any pedal board and will accompany just about anything you throw at it.