Sounds like: Nice and crunchy tone, good tone control. Minimal farting at low end frequencies through cabs.
The pedal can be used to create everything from an almost clean bright boost, to chunky hard rock tones, to singing high-gain lead sounds. Cased in a rugged full metal housing, the LEF-301B is a widely usable, reliable distortion pedal for any blues, rock, alternative, grunge or metal guitarist.
- Analog circuitry with true bypass
The vital difference between analog and digital circuitry is comparable to pixels in digital images. Viewed from afar, the digital recreation of an analog wave signal may seem smooth, but when you look closely there are tiny discrete steps as the signal tries to approximate values. Analog waves are smooth and continuous, digital waves are stepping, square, and discrete.
- Create your own gritty tone
This distortion pedal is not as heavy as the Rowin Holy War but has a lot more crunch than an overdrive! The Dist II is a very versatile distortion featuring three unique gain options; a balanced Natural, a punchy and bright Tight, and a warm Classic setting. It has less attack or bite as the Holy Way or Dist III and can create a wide array of tones with the use of the tone, level and gain knobs and the three switched gain options described above.
- Zinc alloy shell
- True bypass 3DPT switches
- Power supply: centre - 9V DC, not included
- Current draw: 5mA
- Input impedance: 10k Ohms
- Output impedance: 1k Ohms
- Dimensions: L92mm x W40mm x H32mm (H50mm including switch)
- Weight: 210g