Animal OD Overdrive by Rockett Pedals
The ANIMAL OD is back by popular demand. The Animal is an accurate recreation
of an overdriven 1968 “Plexi”. The ANIMAL OD has the grunt and midrange bark of
the old classic rock n roll amps but cleans up extremely well by backing off of your
guitar’s volume control. The controls are very simple and no matter where they are
set they give you a great overdrive sound.
The Majestic Overdrive by Rockett Pedals
70’s Rock Tone Inspired By The Cranked Tone of A 1959 Les Paul Through A 100 Watt Marshall Head.
ARCHER OVERDRIVE / BOOST
The Archer is sort of a 2 in one pedal. It can be used as just a clean boost by turning the gain all the way down. As you introduce gain it will attenuate the clean signal but there is a magical blend in between that you will find. Please experiment!!
The Archer Ikon is sort of a 2 in one guitar pedal. It can be used as just a clean boost by turning the gain all the way down. As you introduce gain it will attenuate the clean signal but there is a magical blend in between that you will find. Please experiment!!
THE DUDE OVERDRIVE
The Dude can go from clean boost to classic Dumble sounds to high gain. Please experiment with settings and be careful with the output….the Dude is loud!
The new GTO is the latest design coop with Guthrie Trapp. The original was sort of the Nashville favorite, recreating the old Nobels ODR-1. A great sound in itself but Guthrie wanted more…;-)
.45 CALIBER OVERDRIVE
The new .45 Caliber is a pedal we have been asked to create for some time now. It is a recreation of the original 1962 JTM 45 sound, overdriven.
ROCKETT PEDALS BLUE NOTE OVERDRIVE W/HOT SWITCH
The Blue Note gives you a very woodsy blues overdrive feel and can achieve more gain than a typical tube screamer (no this isn’t another TS clone just using this as a reference).
TIM PIERCE BOOST/OVERDRIVE
The Tim Pierce Signature OD/Boost was designed to emulate one of Tim’s favorite amps, the Naylor SD60.
LENNY COLOR BOOST
Boost – Tons of push, which creates an inter-play with the front end of any amp
Tone – Dials in your highs, simply put