Overdrive Pedals

Altair IV

Altair IV

Introducing the Altair IV. Designed to offer uncompromised versatility, this dual channel overdrive can offer up natural sounding tones from boost to robust lead tones. The left channel is best described as lying somewhere between a GS 124 and a GS 167. The overall feel and gain structure was optimized for stand-alone and stacked use.
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GS 167

GS 167

The GS 167 is based on a very rare, EL 34 amp designed by a very reclusive, California amp guru. Marshally in nature, it has a distinctly different feel than the 6L6 Overdrive amps. More aggressive and less syrupy in the midrange, it still maintains the singing quality and touch sensitivity that made these amps so desireable.
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GS 124

GS 124

Recently, I had the opportunity to spend a couple of days up close and personal with a guitarist who tours with two Dumble ODS amplifiers in his rig. That experience rekindled my interest in trying to replicate that sound in a pedal. For the development of the GS 124, I used a very accurate clone of ODS #124 using blind switching for evaluation.
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Gold Standard

Gold Standard

The Gold Standard concept is simple: Start by combining a Gold Shift and a Helium in a single enclosure then optimize the circuits for maximum performance and seamless integration when stacked. The result is an elevated level of performance that is, in a word, amazing.
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Gold 45/100

Gold 45/100

The Gold 45/100 is the culmination of the search for the classic JTM 45/100 in a simple and cleanly executed pedal. Having had the good fortune to play extensively through an original JTM 45/100 and countless vintage plexi’s, I have always consider these crown jewels to be the sonic footprint of a generation.
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Red Square

Red Square (Discontinued)

The Red Square was a pedal that I procrastinated in building for quite some time. I had received many requests to incorporate the Red Shift into a dual pedal. What finally got me to do it was a request from an guitarist that I admire and respect tremendously. When I told him my idea, he simply told that I need to “Get this pedal done! Now!”
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Traindrive

Traindrive (Discontinued)

The Traindrive is the second pedal in a series of sonic replications of the worlds most desirable amplifiers. As with the first pedal in the series, the GS 124, the Traindrive not only captures the gain and tonal characteristics but the feel and touch response as well. The Traindrive serves up a complex sonic palette that is both detailed and raw with an abundance of harmonic content.
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Jetdrive

Jetdrive (Discontinued)

The return of the Jetdrive! We didn’t change it, we made it better. Improved dynamics, transparency and touch dynamics while maintaining its unique sonic character. The pedal that redefines the meaning of organic and transparent! All the juicy goodness that your guitar has to offer remains intact as the Jetdrive works its magic. From shimmering boost to liquid legato lines, the Jetdrive delivers!
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BR 1200

BR 1200 (Discontinued)

The BR 1200 is an exciting new pedal that captures the essence of a somewhat obscure but much loved amp, the Bedrock Model 1200. A straight forward amp in design, it offered some innovations that set it apart from at the time. Articulate and smooth at lower gain settings and somewhat of a beast at higher gain setting with the Pull Shift engaged, the Model 1200 received critical acclaim and was seen on stage with many noteworthy players.
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GS 103

GS 103 (Discontinued)

The GS103 is the culmination of a design quest to develop the most open and dynamic pedal of the Jetter Gear offerings. Truly an extension of the guitar and player, it maintains all the nuance and technique unique to every guitarist. This is a a pedal that disappears between the guitar and amp. At low to mid-gain settings, it is reminiscent of a particular, near mythic amp.
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GS 68

GS 68 (Discontinued)

The design of the GS 68 involved a rethink of what I wanted a fuzz to do. I knew exactly what I didn't want: a buzz bomb that was mushy on the bottom and screechy on the top.
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