MXR Pedals / MXR Custom Shop Raijin Drive Overdrive Pedal CSP037

MXR Custom Shop Raijin Drive Overdrive Pedal CSP037 Click on image(s) above to view larger

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MXR pedals have been the industry leader in guitar effects pedals since the early 1970s. These pedals are on countless hit records spanning all musical styles. Super build quality and innovative sounds has made these the market leader.
MXR Custom Shop Raijin Drive is designed by Shin Suzuki who is the most celebrated amp and pedal designer in Japan. He is renowned by guitarists the world over for his ability to faithfully recreate some of the most elusive sounds in music history

Shin and the MXR Custom Shop have come together once again to create the Raijin Drive Pedal which is a pedal that reinvents two iconic Japanese Pedals the Boss DS-1 and Ibanez TS-9 .The MXR Raijin Drive has greater tonal range and usability so that those beloved sounds can keep up with the modern day tone chase.

Shin designed both channels from scratch, honing in on the best qualities of the aforementioned pedals with his refined ear and then recreating them with a more versatile and responsive tonal range.

The overdrive signal is smooth, fat, and wide open while the distortion signal packs an aggressive, harmonically rich punch with just enough gain to get good and heavy. Each signal complements the voice of your instrument, allowing your unique tonal character to be the star of the mix. Alternating between the two is as simple as the flick of a switch. Level, Tone, and Drive controls make it super easy to dial in a great sound and start playing.

With classic Japanese overdrive and distortion sounds carefully tailored with enough sonic flexibility to please any connoisseur, the Raijin Drive is a must-have for your board. Getting them both in the same box makes this pedal a great buy.

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