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Behold the exceptional collaboration between MXR and Third Man Hardware: the MXR Third Man Hardware Double Down Boost Effect Pedal. Experience the power of not one, but two MXR Micro Amp circuits seamlessly integrated into a single unit. This ingenious design allows you to effortlessly dial in the perfect amount of classic Micro Amp bump, enhancing your tone with precision and finesse.
Equipped with a single input jack, the Double Down Pedal expertly splits your signal into two separate outputs, each equipped with its individual Gain control. Prepare to be astounded as you unleash an astounding +26dB of signal-boosting prowess, propelling your guitar sound to commanding levels.
Delve into the left side of the pedal's housing, and you'll discover the Phase switch, an ingenious feature that introduces a captivating stereophonic effect. By inverting the phase of the second output signal, it adds a pronounced spatial dimension to your sound, immersing your audience in a captivating sonic experience.
Meanwhile, on the right side, the Buffer switch offers you a choice between true bypass and buffered bypass switching. Embrace true bypass for a purist approach, maintaining the integrity of your tone with uncompromising clarity. Alternatively, opt for buffered bypass switching to ensure your sound remains intact when driving two signal chains simultaneously.
With the MXR Third Man Hardware Double Down Boost Effect Pedal, your sonic possibilities are limitless. Join forces with this formidable ally and witness your guitar tone soar to unprecedented levels. Prepare to captivate your audience as you embark on a musical journey filled with unparalleled power and sonic brilliance.
- Two Micro Amp circuits in one
- +26dB signal-boosting power
- Stereo Phase switch for spatial effect
- Choice of true or buffered bypass
- Single input, dual output
- Precision Gain control for each output
|Switchable Buffered/True Bypass
|Ins - Outs:
|1x1/4" Input, 2x1/4" Output
|Input Impedance Buffer OFF:
|> 450 kΩ
|Input Impedance Buffer ON:
|> 700 kΩ
|>< 1 kΩ