Bay Tremore - 808 Overdrive FLAC album
Title: 808 Overdrive
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This is the Maxon Japan OD808 Overdrive Pedal. Originally released in 1979, the Maxon OD808 pedal was one of the first tube-amp overdrive simulators to hit the market MAXON OD808X (Extreme) Overdrive Effects Pedal, New, Maxon Authorized Dealer.
The 808 sound overall is famous for its bluesy transparency, touch-sensitivity, and smooth overdrive tone. As tone-lovers, we were anxious to take the OD808 for test spin. The Maxon OD808’s features are simple enough with controls for Overdrive, Balance and Tone. An AC adapter jack is provided as well as individual quarter inch input and output jacks.
Everyone loves the overdrive channel in Visual Sound’s original Jekyll & Hyde and Route 66 pedals. Read full description. In this Premier Guitar rig rundown video, at 4:49, Jonny Lang's guitar tech mentions the Route 808 pedal, on Lang's pedalboard. In this Twitter photo, a Visual Sound Route 808 can be seen on Justin York's pedalboard. This pedal serves Javier to get that Tube Screamer type sound, and it lives in his board for the "Palacio de los Deportes" Concert. More Distortion & Overdrive Effects Pedals. Ibanez TS9 Tube Screamer.
Modified version of classic OD808 Overdrive. Extended frequency response improves note definition and clarity. Increased Output (+5 dB over OD808) for extra Volume Boost. For over 30 years Maxon’s legendary 808 overdrive circuit has been an essential ingredient to achieving great guitar tone. Whether it’s used as a booster to drive an amp, as a Dirt box for crunch and extra sustain or as an EQ to shape the tone of a high-gain amp, the 808 in its many incarnations has shown up in more rigs and on more recordings than anyone would care to count.
Faithful reproductions of the legendary 1970s product line, the Maxon Reissue Series Effects offer today's musician a classic sonic palette that has defined the tones of guitarists for the past three decades.
However, the Ibanez TS808 was one of the first instances of overdrive being packed into a pedal format, and actually sounding incredible. First one of these hit the market back in the late ’70s and it didn’t take long before people recognized the potential. Even so, TS808 is not as popular these days as its successor, the TS9 Tube Screamer. Many will tell you it’s an exact same pedal, but that is not quite the case. There are enough subtle differences between the two, even though the insides are more or less the same