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Donner Morpher Distortion Pedal Solo Effect Guitar Pedal True Bypass
- High degree distortion degree of metal, stable to solo, has strong expression with dynamic echo sound
- Whole aluminium-alloy classic, stable and strong
- True bypass provide transparent tone, LED indicator shows the working state
- Morpher is High-Gain Distortion, great made and affordable. Sounds like a crossover between MI Crunch Box and Suhr Riot.3 knobs to control Level, Gain and Tone.
- Notice :there is not power adapter included,you need to buy one
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Inspired by the legendary high gain stack amps, while combining wide dynamic range, high definition and flexible onboard controls, the Morpher delivers you a huge modern high gain distortion sound suitable for both shredding and riffing.
Mini High Gain Monster
The Morpher is a mini modern high gain distortion pedal inspired by the huge high gain stack amp sound. By switching it on, the Morpher can transform any gentle clean amp into a high gain monster!
Easy Controls, Wide Flexibilities
The Morpher features an easy-to-use three-knob tone control: LEVEL (output volume), TONE (brightness) and GAIN (distortion amount) for using in different scenarios. Each knob gives you a wide control range.
3-way Tone Switch
Natural: Neutral mode that delivers an organic, natural tone
Tight: A more aggressive tone with enhanced bottoms and edges
Classic: Provides a classic UK-style high gain sound with warm mids
Let your little fresh tube amp power can be issued full stack speaker tones, full of loud voices. Maintainning sound natural and relaxed sounds structure. There will be no panic frequency, no dull bass, no obtrusive medium and have a good adaptability to the distortion. High-Gain Distortion pedal with excellent dynamic response and definition especially suited for Lead playing. There are three function knobs, namely LEVEL, TONE and GAIN. LEVEL is used to set the distortion volume. TONE is to set the brightness of tone. GAIN is used to set degree of distortion. Three models: Natural,Tight and Classic.
1 x Donner Morpher Distortion Effect Pedal
1 x User’s Manual
- Power Requirement: 9V DC center negative
- Current Consumption: 20mA
- Dimensions: 42x93.5x52mm
- Weight: 230g
|Extreme Driver||Dark Mouse||ABY Switcher||Water Echo||Revecho|
|Effect||Distortion||Distortion||ABY BOX||Chorus and Delay||Delay and Reverb|
|Features||Efficient chip operation||Efficient chip operation||Buffer bypass||Buffer bypass||Buffer bypass|
|Power Supply||9V DC||9V DC||9V DC||9V DC||9V DC|
|Tone style||Original 80’s sound||Classic&Warm&Crazy||Clean circuit design||Tradition and pure sound||Original sound|
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The Mopher pedal can make your little fresh tube AMP a fuller and louder sound as the "Full Stack" sound effect. Maintaining the original sound structure. Therefore,it will be no panic frequency. Neither dull bass nor obtrusive medium frenquency. The clip inside the pedal is JRC4558D which has better adaptability to the distortion including three modes.
Input impedance: 1 M Ohms.
Output impedance: 95 Ohms.
Working current: 13 mA.
Power Supply: 9V AC adapter.
Dimensions: 95mm (D) x 44mm (W) x 48mm (H).
Weight: 240g (with box).
2. Do not use the pedal in the direct sunlight.
3. Please do not dissemble the pedal by yourself.
4. Please keep the manual for future reference.
1 x Donner Morpher Distortion Effect Pedal.
1 x User's Manual.
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Build Quality: One of the first things i did when I received the pedal, was to take it apart. Basically, just to see what it was like. I was pleasantly surprised. As you'd expect, it's all smd's, but the boards were not the paper thin stuff I've encountered with some manufacturers (including some brand names). Hardware is all board mounted, which is pretty much industry standard. Overall, Im happy with the build, and I would have no problem with buying more stuff from this manufacturer in the future.
Sound Quality: As i mentioned, you probably have an idea of what to expect sound wise, since this isn't an original circuit. I'll just, give my own subjective opinion here. This pedal, as with many higher gain distortions that use a hard clipping to ground circuit, simply has too much gain for it's own good. Anything approaching noon on the drive control will quickly become fizzy when run into a clean amp. Its not really a problem if your amp is already overdriving. But honestly, even then the extra gain doesn't really get you much (perhaps a bit more sustain). Dial this pedal back however, and you get a fantastic, open sounding distortion. The center position on the toggle switch engages a set of blue led's as the clipping diodes which, in my opinion, sound fantastic! Overall, the distortion character is different from something like an OCD or a Crunchbox. Its not that typical cranked Marshall sound (which is becoming a bit cliche, don't ya think?). It actually reminded me a lot of the old DOD 250, but perhaps a little more compressed. Additionally, the tone knob makes this pedal a bit more versatile than the DOD, although the tradeoff is that its not as transparent as that pedal, if you happen to care about such things. Overall, I'd say this pedal is a keeper.
"Combining wide dynamic range, high definition … the Morpher delivers you a huge modern gain distortion suitable for both shredding and riffing"
That kind of says it all.
I hear this pedal as kind of an 80s, hair band sound ….
I don't shred, or play metal, (or 80s rock!), I'm more into psychedelic, blues, and jazz. This pedal can work with all of those styles.
What's to like:
The three voices are similar, but subtly different enough to be useful.
Definitely has good note definition. Playing an arpeggio all of the individual notes can be heard.
The tone control variations are all pretty tame (but totally useable).
I'll be using the Morpher for recording and live pedalboard. Well worth the asking price.
From the information on the item page:
"Let your little fresh tube amp power can be issued full stack speaker tones, full of loud voices. Maintaining sound natural and relaxed sounds structure." That's got to be what you want, right?
a couple of negs: not a big fan of "classic" mode, but just because it sounds muted and I have to fuss with the knobs vs the other 2 modes. It is a good tone, though.
Unfortunately, the plastic housing around the DCIN is a little loose on mine. Could cause an issue over time or I might just glue it.
Top international reviews
I'm astounded at how good this pedal sounds. Its also built very well, the switches and jacks all feel solid. The toggle switch is my only concern as it is tall relative to the size of the pedal and could get kicked or knocked. It does feel solid and definitely provides noticable differences in tone and they all sound nice. The text next to the toggle switch is very small and hard to to read but thats expected due to small size of the pedal...not really an issue as you just move the switch to see which one you like best...not really important to know what the positions are called.
I would buy it again if lost or stolen.
honestly this is one of the best distortion pedals I’ve ever owned and I’ve owned a lot of them playing for over 35 years .
I was selling another item and I was demoing it through my amp and the guy said what distortion pedal am I hearing and when I pointed to it he couldn’t believe his eyes or ears honestly this is actually the best distortion pedal for the money on the planet ! Like previously mentioned the weakest point is the switch it makes a big pop when you turn it on and off however I placed this in a loop with another puddle and that solves the problem .
Heads up - the selector switch does little-to-nothing. The videos I've watched on it say the same thing. I leave it on 'tight', because there is a very slight difference, but just don't expect that switch to do much. Hurts the versatility of the pedal, but still great value.
No issues so far, powers fine off a cheap 9V DC adapter. Comes in a nice foam lined cardboard box that I'm still using to pack it away each time.
Of course you must buy your own power adapter, power cables, and patch cable. This is my first pedal, basically the cheapest I found find anywhere. I am satisfied for the price
I'm happy with this pedal!!