Your favorite Dual Overdrive??

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  1. Richard Guy

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    GT-500 from Fulltone yo
     
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    Right side is TS-Like w a 3-position toggle to everything from light clean boost to heavy TS with or without a mid-hump.

    Left side is "Plexi-Like" with a 2-position toggle for "Fat or Fatter".

    Blend control to dial in just the right amount of drive and clean mixture.
     
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    Depends on your price range:

    Budget - tone city king of blues
    Mid price - boss angry driver
    Top end - king of tone/ Hudson Broadcast dual footswitch
     
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    Another vote for the Lovepedal Box of Awesome!
     
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    Double Barrel v4 is amazing and super versatile.
     
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    I'm sure since one side is listed as a "Boost" I don't know if you'd qualify it, but the LovePedal Amp 11 is stellar. The boost side is the COT which while yes, is a boost, definitely has it's own OD flavor, and the OD 11 in the other side is just downright great.
     
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    Lovepedal Amp 11 Big Box. It’s essentially a three-in-one OD... the magic is in the CoT boost. :aok
     
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    Jetter Altair IV is working well for me - all of the dual Jetters I've owned have been great.
     
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    Currently own an Eclipse, Camel Toe, and Palisades. Each has its place depending on the amp and tone that I want.

    If I had to pick one, the Eclipse can do a lot and it is smaller so I would lean in that direction. Although the Eclipse works best being used as two extra amp channels and the others work best (for me anyway) as boosts.
     
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    I flip-flop between the KOT and the Duellist - sometimes I like one more than the other. Also dig the D&M Drive, and the Jackson Broken Arrow is worth a look - very versatile and would fit a mini board nicely!
     
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    Does anyone have the Boss OD-2? It’s got two modes, hasn’t it?
     
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    King Tone Duellist for two different od's in a pedal
    Menatone Fish Factory for the different od's that stack amazingly well. TS into Red Snapper is my favorite sound.
     
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    You can do a lot of cool things with a Camel Toe, but it is bigger than some of the other options out there. I was also really impressed with the Duelist. If you don't need two distinct/independent drives, the Proanalog Dual Drive is great with the right rig.
     
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    I definitely agree on the BUEQ. I stack mine into my Horsebreaker, the other favorite that I would list here. Options a-plenty!
     
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    If you want something that’s very much it’s own thing and sounds incredible. Check out the Crowther Double Hotcake. Quite literally the best dirt box I’ve ever used. Excels at boosting, low gain overdrive to high gain overdrive bordering on distortion if you need it to.
     
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