Akai Deluxe Distortion
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The Akai Deluxe Distortion Pedal by Akai Professional is the flagship of the Analog Custom Shop product line. Deluxe Distortion combines distortion, tone-control and amplifier simulation in heavy-duty polished stainless-steel housing. True-bypass switching, adjustable frequency knobs, amp simulation and tone toggle switches provide precision control.
Deluxe Distortion's EQ mode toggle-switch provides detailed tone control with a choice of Modern, Normal or Classic. The Modern setting provides a scooped-mid tone recognizable as a cornerstone of the hard rock and heavy metal guitar sound. Normal passes the input frequency directly to the distortion effect while the Classic setting boosts mid-tone for an enhanced, warm tone reminiscent of classic rock.
Dir Rec switch provides emulation of amplifier power and speaker perfect for direct input to a mixer, DAW or other amplification or recording device.
Gain is highly adjustable with the Fat, Boost, Warm tone Tri-Mode toggle-switch enabling soaring leads, lush chords and satisfying rhythm tones. Tone may be further adjusted using the six precision knobs and High Cut toggle-switch.
Deluxe Distortion is powered by the included 9-volt battery or 9v AC adapter (sold separately).
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- The most flexible distortion on the market
- Three distortion types, 3-band EQ, Amp simulator switch
- Subtle, Dark, bright, harsh, classic, warm
- True Bypass for retaining a pure signal when the effect is disengaged