> Big thanks to @friedman_amplifiers [Friedman Amps] for such a killer board, with a built in buffer. @jimdunlopusa [Dunlop] #mxrpedals [MXR], @seymourduncanpickups [Seymour Duncan and #pedals, and @stringslinger479 [Dinesh Lekhraj] for making it so clean. Left lots of space.. we will see how it all changes. #thankful #godisgoodmore
Although it's often sold as an overdrive, the BE-OD's range goes from a subtle-yet-present overdrive to a high-gain organic distortion. Not only its knobs allow you to find that sweet spot that you have in your head, but it's inside knob controls the overall amount of gain, giving you extra possibilities to play with. In the beginning I found it a little noisy (hizz), and it was actually frustrating to see (home) videos and (amateur) demos on Youtube without that annoying noise, but once I reduced the drive with the inner knob, everything went terrific! I really like its Tight knob. It compresses even more your signal if needed, giving you that punch you want for rhythm guitar. It's my weapon of choice for the solos. The only thing I'd change is the accessibility to that inner knob: you have to unscrew and take off the back cover in order to access to it, so you cannot turn it in the middle of a song, but not a big issue, actually.
i didnt know tone like this was possible from a pedal. sounds better than most tube amps ive played, maybe even better than the marshall jvm and the mesa mark v...my mind is a bit blown right now