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Pedals that emulate Dumble overdrive?

shwn

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Are there any pedals out there that are based off the Dumble overdrive type tone?
I've read that the Hotone Grass is designed to do this, but I don't know anything about them...

I love the sound of this, especially thru single coils...
 

ldizzle

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Euphoria and zen drive would be my go-to - the ethos preamp pedal gets rave reviews but is crazy expensive but is supposed to be boss. I've never played it though.

This thread will cause some blood pressure issues for some ;)
Cheers
 

shwn

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I don't want to cause an argument, but I really want to try to find an inexpensive pedal that can get close to this sound!
 

Dr. Lo

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What would you consider "inexpensive"? Less than $150?


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SirGilmour

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Do you know how to search? There are a million threads on this. (I say this kindly). ;)
 

louis

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Wiz pedal but their a little more than what
you want to pay.


Lou
 

Sean French

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Are there any pedals out there that are based off the Dumble overdrive type tone?
I've read that the Hotone Grass is designed to do this, but I don't know anything about them...

I love the sound of this, especially thru single coils...

You can get a new Zendrive from Lovepedal for $199. They show in stock and ready to ship.
The Zendrive is what Robben Ford and Sonny Landreth have used for years.
 

MilwMark

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CBC Pedals The Drive. I don't know if it's "Dumble" but it's a great, thick, singing, responsive OD. For something like $80 shipped.
 

Nota

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Keep in mind that an OD pedal is not going to automatically get you the Dumble sound you have in mind, because it's then affected by amp and speaker and whatever else you have turned on. For the same reason no "amp in a box" pedal is going to be the same experience for everyone.
 

shoepedals

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Yeah, I would run it into a fender style amp (twin or maybe delxe reverb) if you want that kind of sound out of a pedal. Something somewhat close to what a dumble would be based on.
 






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