Category Archives: Overdrive/Distortion

BOSS OD200

AMP IN A BOX and CLASSIC OD’s, STACKABLE! BOSS OD200

The Boss OD200 Hybrid Drive gets great amp-like drive as well as awesome classic overdrive and fuzz sounds, really impressive tone !!!

DSM&Humboldt: SIMPLIFIER DLX

I really dig that cool analog devive and i might buy one pretty soon, i’ve been waiting for a long time for an analog preamp that could be connected to my digital audio workstation, the only digital section of this cool little box is the integrated reverb…

How to Build a Klon Centaur Clone From a Kit (Step-by-Step Tutorial)

You want to make your own Klon Centaur clone ?

The Klon Centaur is an iconic guitar pedal with countless clones and imitations. You can even buy a cheap kit to build your own clone. In this tutorial, I walk through how to build a Klon from a kit from start to finish. For detailed instructions, wiring diagrams, and troubleshooting tips, check out the detailed guide here: https://guitargearfinder.com/guides/b…

The Ultimate Klon Pedal Blindfold Challenge – 10 Pedals – £39 – £5000 Shootout!

Great sounding Klon inspired pedals

Nine Klon-inspired pedals, one real Klon & one blindfolded Pete Honoré, can he find the most expensive from the most affordable? With a range of guitar pedals starting from £39 to £5000, do all Klon overdrives sound the same when set to 12 o’clock?

Mooer GE150 Amp Modelling & Multi-Effects

The Mooer GE150 seems to be a great affordable Guitar Preamp/Multi-Effects processor. It’s light, easy to use and packs a very large sack full of great tones and effects. Most of the major amp and effects types are represented and they’re super easy to dial up. You can load your own IR’s in if you wish but the factory cabs are great as well.

General Guitar Gadgets Marshall Bluesbreaker Replica Kit

General Guitar Gadgets Marshall Bluesbreaker Replica Kit
General Guitar Gadgets Marshall Bluesbreaker Replica Kit

This is a Vintage Marshall BluesBreaker replica pedal project.  All trademarks mentioned here belong to their owners and not to General Guitar Gadgets. This is the circuit for the original black unit from the 1980’s, not any of the later (thought to be inferior) versions.