AB Double Drive
Guitarist Aaron Bowen was an early adopter of our, now discontinued, Peach Drive.  He loved and used it, but wanted something cleaner to pair it with... so we went to work and created the AB Double Drive.  This pedal has the Peach Drive in it, first in the chain, and then has a super clean, non-coloring, but somewhat thickening boost.  Use them separate or together... but beware, if you dime everything and run it all together it could make your amp very unhappy... these are two very powerful boosts.

Jacks: In on the right, Out on the left.

Controls
B Side.  This a modified version of our old Peach Drive.  Slightly gritty ultra transparent, tonally flat overdrive. This pedal adds clarity and crunch at the same time. It's wonderful for pushing tube amps and works really well giving solid state amps a responsive tube-like grit.
V: Volume
G: Gain. Cleanish crisp to crackling overdrive. It works to take out some of the teeth, it never cleans up totally, but more is more, and less is less.

A Side.  Clean boost... it just boosts everything in all the right places.
V: Volume
G: Gain. On the A side, the gain works to give you a range of totally transparent to enhanced body boost.
 
This pedal is hand made here in Maine. Each box is hand stamped and the pedal you receive may differ slightly from the one pictured.

Industry standard 9vlt jack, no wall wart included, no battery option. Run at 9v only.

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