Video: Jeff Loomis Demos the Devil's Triad, His New Signature Pedal

Devil's Triad
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Most of us who love pedals want all the pedals. Jeff Loomis—the prog- and death-metal great from Nevermore, Arch Enemy, and other projects—wanted just one.

The Devil's Triad is a new signature pedal from Loomis and All-Pedal that puts all of his essential effects in one enclosure.

350 exclusive units are available now on Reverb, with 100 autographed versions available through All-Pedal. All-Pedal will also enter every buyer into a raffle for the Jeff Loomis Signature Jackson 7-String.

"This pedal was designed to be my all-in-one pedal for live and in-studio purposes," Loomis says.

With a delay, a reverb, a boost channel of up to 20dB, and an expressive drive that you can crank into full-on distortion, it might be the only pedal you'll need too.



You can hear Loomis put the pedal through its paces in the demo video above, from our friends at All-Pedal.

"This pedal works well with any low-gain amp to add a high-gain channel, or a mid-gain to high-gain amp to tidy up and tighten up your distortion," he says.

From smooth crunch to incredibly high-gain clipping, the Devil's Triad op-amp drive circuit has a large and versatile range. And a tone knob lets you hone your sound further. Along with the 20dB of the boost channel, you can double that by maxing out the gain.

As for the reverb and delay, they are each versatile and able to be used independently. The Reverb has its own level, tone, and decay controls, while the delay has its own volume, feedback, and speed settings.

Watch the full video and buy your Devil's Triad now.

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