Origin Effects RevivalDrive Overdrive Pedal
After several years of research and development, we are proud to announce our latest pedal – the RevivalDRIVE.
It's the first ever overdrive from Origin Effects – and the first overdrive of its kind, ever! That's because the RevivalDRIVE houses a complete valve amp-style signal path recreated using all-analogue electronics. It accurately delivers a wide range of British and American amp tones, from clean to fully cranked, with the ability to dial in exactly the drive characteristics and dynamic response you desire.
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The RevivalDRIVE’s unique circuit design incorporates not only the preamp, phase inverter, power amp and rectifier stages, but also a synthesised mains power signal and a speaker-emulating reactive load. Because these stages behave and interact just like the real thing, the RevivalDRIVE is the first pedal capable of delivering true amp-like overdrive, power amp sag and the characteristic “ghost tones” generated when cranking certain vintage amps.
Better still, we’ve built in a range of EQ compensation features that let you fine-tune the output of RevivalDRIVE to suit a range of popular amps – or even plug straight into a flat-response power amp.
- Solid-state and valve-styled rectifier channels
- Dual Class-A preamp stages
- Phase inverter and push-pull power amp stages
- Built-in reactive speaker load
- Fully variable mid boost
- Unique Ghost control
- Dry Blend control for parallel drive effects
- Re-Amp EQ controls
No upgrades available
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