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An unusually high gain three step rocket of an overdrive, Carl Martin's PlexiTone offers a two step overdrive easily footswitchable between Crunch and High Gain channels. An additional Boost function adds up to 20dB of crystal clean boost to your output. >More
The Carl Martin Octa-Switch II adds two assignable outputs to do your amp's channel switching and a bypass switch so you don't have to assign a null bank for a bypass. You still get the eight individual loops with all true-bypass gold relays connected to each of 8 banks via the worlds simplest and smallest DIP switches located over top of each foot switch. Simply turn the DIP switch on for each of the effects you want in Bank 1 and then Bank 2 etc., up to Bank 8. >More
The Carl Martin PlexiTone Single Channel Distortion Effects Pedal was designed in association with Pete Thorn, and is housed in a small pedal-board friendly housing with three knobs and one switch. >More
Carl Martin Compressor/Limiter has been specially developed to incorporate the same features and sonic clarity found in high-quality professional studio compressors. To achieve this they've incorporated a variable threshold, -variable compression ratio, -variable attack and release controls, and of course, a gain level. >More
What Vintage series would be complete without an ultra-versatile and simple to use drive pedal? Funny, that's what Carl said just before he introduced the DC Drive. Just like Carl, this pedal has a few tricks up its sleeve. Besides the typical Level, Tone and Drive knobs which obviously control the volume of the signal, the tone and the amount of overdrive, Carl has smartly added a clean boost after the drive section, and a Regular/Fat switch to the DC Drive. >More
Based on the infamous Carl Martin Delayla, the 'Red Repeat' provides an affordable 600 milliseconds of delay as well as a simply controlled echo. Add just a touch of delay to thicken your sound, or push the repeat circuit past 12o'clock where the unit begins to self-oscillate, just like an old analog delay. Great vintage style and colour in a heavy diecast, 9 volt pedal with heavy duty bypass switching. >More
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