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A set of three hand built pedals by boutique pedal builder John Landgraff.
These units are hand built using the best materials available and hand painted with automotive paint.
The legendary Landgraff "Dynamic Overdrive" has been one of the most revered boutique guitar pedals ever built. John and his wife Rose personally hand-built each and every Landgraff pedal from 1999 until John's passing in May of 2015.
Each of the pedals in this collection comes complete with their boxes and documentation.
The pedals are in perfect working order and can be powered with either 9v batteries or power supplies.
Each pedal is hand signed by John Landgraff on the bottom.
Velcro has been attached and removed from the base of the pedals (please see pictures).
Sold as a collection only!
The pedals included and what John Landgraff has to say...
#503 MO-D Distortion
This pedal gets into more of a fuzz type distortion with the gain all the way up.
Controls are simple - Left (detented) knob is gain; middle knob is tone; and right knob is volume.
The three way switch in the down position yields a symmetrical (smooth) distortion. The up position gives an asymmetrical (more bite & clarity) distortion. And the middle position bypasses the clipping diodes so you can use the pedal for more of a boost.
#149 D.B. Distortion
This is a very thick, high gain pedal with a control knob set up like our other pedals. Top left is gain; middle is tone; and top right is volume.
The 3 way switch is using asymmetrical clipping for the down position for the most distortion & bite. The middle position has the widest band width and clips your chip. The up position uses LED's for more of a crunch.
#1814 O.D. Dynamic Overdrive
The knobs are left - gain; middle - tone; right - volume.
The 3 way switch in down position yields the most distortion and compressed sound. The middle position gives you a very loud, wide band width, boosted to distorted sound. The up position gives you more of a Marshall style crunch. The down position has the most distortion and least output.