Friedman BE-OD - From Mellow to Metal

Discussion in 'Pedals and Effects Demo Videos and Soundclips' started by Nitrobattery, Jun 28, 2018.

  1. Nitrobattery

    Nitrobattery Supporting Member

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    I just picked up a Friedman BE-OD, and was so impressed by it that I thought I'd make a video showcasing some of my favorite tones. There's some heavy, high gain stuff later in the video, but I was pleasantly surprised by the lower gain tones too!

    I used my Les Paul Traditional, Suhr Classic S and JM, Ibanez Prestige RGA321F and a Schecter Hellraiser Extreme. The amp was a Fender Super-Sonic 60 set to the Bassman mode feeding a Suhr Reactive Load with Celestion IR's of Greenbacks and Vintage 30's.

     
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    Have you played with the internal trim pot yet?
     
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    Sorry for the late reply. The trim pot is cool. Honestly though, after messing with it a little...I just put it back to the factory setting. Turning the gain down on the front of the pedal with singlecoils you can get great lower gain tones, and then with the gain up around half way, it does all of of the modded British tones you could ever want.
     

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