The right channel has pronounced mids without being honky. In addition to Drive, Tone, and Volume knobs, it also has a 3-way Clipping (diodes) switch, a 3-way Bass switch, and a Clean Mix knob. The left channel also has Drive, Tone and Volume knob...
Guitar —> Xotic EP Booster (always ON, DOD knob) —> Ibanez WH-10 —> Pigtronix Envelope Phaser (with Xotic Voltage Doubler) —> Korg Pitchblack —> Xotic SP Compressor (Boss knobs) —> Truetone VS-XO Dual Overdrive (sends to Fulltone Octafuzz—> Jimi Hendrix System Octave Fuzz, and returns) —> MXR Six Band Equalizer (mod TBP) —> Hartman Analog Flanger —> TC Electronic Nova Repeater —> AMPmore
The right channel has pronounced mids without being honky. In addition to Drive, Tone, and Volume knobs, it also has a 3-way Clipping (diodes) switch, a 3-way Bass switch, and a Clean Mix knob. The left channel also has Drive, Tone and Volume knobs, along with a Bass knob, but with flat mids, making it sound very amp-like. The VS-XO is a tone-experimenter’s dream pedal. The sound options are nearly endless.
On top of that, the VS-XO is the first Truetone (formerly Visual Sound) pedal to incorporate True-Bypass. Bob Weil invented foot-switches which look traditional, but interact with gold-plated relays, and will last forever. RG Keen invented a circuit to keep them quiet. You also have the choice of internally switching the Pure Tone buffer on or off with each channel.
If you use a switching system or want to change the order of effects, no problem… separate Ins and Outs allow for that. If you just want to plug one cable in and one out normally, you can do that too. And since we didn’t skimp on anything having to do with reliability, the VS-XO is covered by the Truetone Lifetime Warranty.
I've lost count of how many drive pedals I've gone through, but this one is the 1st one that got me really excited about the tone that I was getting right off the bat. Such a versatile pedal and a lot of options as well. other than a boost pedal this will be the only drive pedal I need.