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MXR Shin-Juku Dumble-Style Overdrive Guitar Effects Pedal

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Designed in collaboration with Shin Suzuki, Japan's most celebrated amp tech, MXR presents the Shin-Juku Overdrive Pedal. Engineered to provide the end-user with boutique Dumble Style Overdrive, the Shin-Juku Overdrive has a smooth, warm, and singing sustain as it drives your amp further into breakup territory. In 1963, Alexander "Howard" Dumble began modding Fender Blackface, Bassman, and Princeton amplifiers. Following years of hot-rodding Fenders, Dumble decided to begin producing his own line of boutique amplifiers. The result was the famed Dumble Overdrive Special, an amp truely coveted by many of the worlds greatest guitarists such as Stevie Ray Vaughn and Carlos Santana. The fabled tones produced by the Dumble Overdrive Amplifier have without a doubt made it one of the most expensive boutique guitar amplifiers on the market. Often fetching between $50,000 to $100,000 a piece, the original Dumble Overdrive Special has a unique legend all its own. Almost all Dumble amps have the primary board epoxied, making it nearly impossible to determine the component values used inside the amp, which is why the Dumble tone remains so mysterious. Japanese Amp Tech Shin Suzuki meticulously reverse engineered the Dumble Overdrive Special, making him one of the only amp techs in the world to know the actual components used in a Dumble Amp. With Shin's expertise the MXR build team was able to put the Shin-Juku Overdrive into production, and now you can have the famed boutique Dumble tones within your own rig. The Shin-Juku Overdrive features True-bypass Switching, inside a sturdy standard size MXR pedal housing. The Controls are pretty standard as well with Volume, Tone, and Gain and a "Dark" mod latch-switch, which pulls out some of the upper frequencies and adds a bit of lower mids to darken up the tone a little bit.

Sku: MXR-SHIN
Vendor: MXR