The Fulltone OCD-Obsessive Compulsive Drive-overdrive pedal packs classic OD tones into a compact pedal with simple, no-fuss operation. From heavy crunch rich with overtones and feedback to spanky ... read more
The Fulltone OCD-Obsessive Compulsive Drive-overdrive pedal packs classic OD tones into a compact pedal with simple, no-fuss operation. From heavy crunch rich with overtones and feedback to spanky cleans, the OCD delivers the sounds of a great tube amp, as sell as the same sensitivity and response to your playing style.
Along with standard Volume, Drive, and Tone controls, the OCD's HP/LP (High Peak/Low Peak) switch takes the pedal from a clean boost to manic, sustain-laden distortion. True bypass switching.
- Tube-like overdrive and touch-sensitive response
- HP/LP switch for instant re-voicing and uses
- Volume, Tone, Drive controls
|Power||9V, 12V, 18V|
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this thing is so popular
many people love this pedal, but it wasn't for me... it sounds pretty good for a hard clipping, dual op-amp distortion, don't get me wrong, but its just okay. The voicing switch made it either anemic in the low end or woolly and un-crunchy, no inbetween. Mind you, this was mainly through Vox and Matchless amps. I liked it a lot more into fenders and other fixed bias amps with negative feedback loops. I actually prefer EHX's copy, the OD glove. I like the voicing better but YMMV. This circuit is cribbed from the discontinued Voodoo Lab Overdrive that sues a special clipping diode configuration to dynamically change the clipping threshold based on your playing dynamics. its an excellent idea but like all Fulltone pedals, it's not Mike Fuller's even though he would lead you to believe he came up with it.
A perfect pedal for anything
Bought this bad boy here about 1,5 month ago and I gotta say, it hasn't disappointed me yet! It's got so many options for any sound you could possibly dream of! Not to mention the pristine hand craftsmanship that's been put into this pedal. I would definitely recommend this for any guitarist (and maybe bassists too?) out there.
great, affordable overdrive pedal
I use this while playing live at almost every show when it is too small of a venue to crank my deluxe to get tube overdrive and this thing sure does deliver. A cool trick i've been doing recently when using this with a my Peavey Vypr SS amp in order to get a great sounding feedback is to turn this pedal on in unison with another overdrive/distortion pedal that has been dimed and then point your guitar's pickups at your pedalboard. I personally use a ProCo rat for this
edited 6 months ago
Amp-in-a-box with a couple of problems
Sounds and feels not unlike an overdriven tube amp, only slight mid hump and modest bass cut. But too much intermodulation distortion for my taste, which makes the sound a little too busy and unclear. Also, its very high output impedance makes it necessary to place a buffered pedal after it, or pedals further downstream will suffer, especially those with a low input impedance. Used to be my main OD, now retired from my pedalboard after many years of use.
edited over 2 years ago
Well I was using a VOX ICE 9 overdrive pedal for about 4 years of my guitar playing life and managed to not hear that it sounded a little weird at times. It was always missing something tone wise and sounded sort of empty. This OCD replaced it quite well. It can be a simple crunch clean boost or it can be a loud and heavy sounding distortion. Has moderate sustain and excellent tone. Well reputable and a classic pedal. What's not to like!?
One of the Best
The OCD has that magically something. It's generic enough to work with any genre, but special enough to turn heads while doing it.
I use it with the drive almost full off as an overdrive into a Vox AC15. It brings you over the top without a disconnect between your clean and dirty sounds. It highlights the sounds already there. It goes to full mental when you turn the drive up.
If I could have only one pedal it would be a Tumnus, but I would be wishing I picked the OCD much of the time.
Great Overdrive Pedal, Not What I Was Expecting
Let me start off by saying that this is an amazing overdrive pedal. It sounds great, is very versatile, and isn't terribly expensive. However, I was looking to use this pedal in a more hard rock aspect and it let me down in that way. As you crank the drive, the tone gets lost and it starts to sound very mid heavy and a little robotic. On the lower drive levels it sounds great, but it's just not exactly what I wanted.
Great pedal, very versatile
Awesome pedal! This pedal has a overdrive switch (low output) and a distortion switch (high output). With the low output switch, you can get a very good bluesy lead tone. But with the high output switch if you really crank it, the sound remains very tight without getting fuzzy. So it even sounds very good if you want to play metal or hard rock as well.
The Only Pedal I Refuse To Sell
The circuit in this bad boy is completely unique. The output is dependent upon the input, allowing for an overdrive effect that is extremely responsive to the player's attack. With both a high peak and a low peak setting, your tonal options range from a subtle, bluesy tube OD to full-on screaming fuzz. I have like three of these on my board. The OCD is incomparable and irreplaceable.