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Spun Drive Effects Introduces Litigator Overdrive Pedal



Spun Drive Effects has introduced the Litigator Overdrive Pedal. The company was founded in Seattle and now handcrafted in Bellingham, Washington. Spun Drive Effects pedals are all analog and use only quality components.

The Litigator was inspired by the blues rock sounds of Britain in the early 1960’s, known to some as the “beano” tone, and to others as the “Bluesbreaker” sound. But don’t be fooled – this is not a clone of Marshall’s famous and often replicated Blusebreaker pedal.

The Litigator is an original, transistor-based design that uses two gain stages to achieve a creamy, sparkly overdrive with an almost fuzz-like character not found in most overdrive pedals. Keep the gain low for just a hint of crunch, or crank it up for a lead-worthy overdriven tone that gets plenty dirty while maintaining note clarity when you strum chords. The pedal also includes a tone control that allows you to cut highs or crank them for that extra sparkle.

Full Features:

  •  Wide gain range from light crunch to screaming overdrive
  •  Ample volume to push a tube amp even at low gain settings
  •  Tone control for cutting highs or adding sparkle
  •  All analog original circuit
  •  Ultra premium soft-click Gorva footswitches
  • High-quality Wurth and WIMA capacitors
  •  Neutrik jacks
  •  True bypass
  •  Runs on standard negative-tip 9V power supply (not included)
  •  Original art designed by Seattle artist Daniel Chesney
  •  Pedals designed and build by hand in Bellingham, Washington