DigiTech DSB Screamin' Blues Overdrive Analog Distortion Pedal
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- Controls: Level, Low, High, Gain
- Dual Outputs for amp and direct recording
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- Level controls distortion output level.
- Low adjusts boost and cut of bass frequencies.
- High adjusts boost and cut of upper harmonics.
- Gain sets the maximum distortion amount when playing your hardest.
- Dual Outputs. The Amp output is for connecting directly to a guitar amplifier. The Mixer output features Cabinet Emulation circuitry for connecting directly to a mixing board or recording device.
Top Customer Reviews
So why consider a Screamin' Blues instead of the Boss BD-2 Blues Driver? First, it's cheaper. Most of the DigiTech pedals can be had for $50 or less new, or often in the $20-$40 range used, which is about as good of a price as you could expect. Second, it actually offers two features that the BD-2 does not have: a split mixer/amp output jack, and a two-band tone control that allows you to dial up (or down) the bass.
The latter of these "improvements" is critical to the success of the pedal. Both the Blues Driver and Screamin' Blues start from a Tubescreamer platform, but offer additional gain and an overall brighter sound. The Screamin' Blues can actually become fairly raucous if you turn up the gain, much more so than a Tubescreamer. In my opinion, this pedal has more output than a Tubescreamer, and therefore, would work better as a booster for amps or other pedals. High notes really sing on this pedal, and there's even enough gain to do blues and rock rhythm parts without adding other effects.Read more ›
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
I had to return this pedal twice. Not sure what the issue was, but both pedals I received didn't work at all. Quite a coincidence. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Andrew O'Brien
Cool little toy. My rig for where it goes is Crybaby, Soul Preacher compressor then this fella followed by a DS 1. Plays great. Read morePublished 15 months ago by brandon m.