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Donner Morpher Distortion Pedal Solo Effect Guitar Pedal True Bypass
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- 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
- It's a true bypass pedal with standard in and out, switch on/off with 3 knobs to control level, gain and tone
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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.
It has a three way switch for some variation, but the three names don't quite match up. The top position says "Natural". Great for classic rock/hard rock tones ala Aerosmith, ZZ Top, Sammy Hagar, etc. The middle position says "tight", and it is great for 80's metal tones. With some delay and reverb, it nails Dokken, Ratt, Whitesnake, etc. The third position says "Classic". This is my least favorite of the three, and is a more scooped "nu metal" tone that sounds kinda like a 5150 amp. I'm not sure why it's labeled "Classic". I think "Modern" would be a more apt description.
I love how easy it is to dial in a great tone. I've tested it on three different amps, and it instantly sounded fantastic on the clean channels of all of them. This is a true distortion pedal, as opposed to overdrive. Overdrive pedals are typically used in front of an amp that already has some grit going on, and usually take some tweaking. A distortion pedal has all the gain you need already built in. Just set your amp to a basic clean tone, turn this pedal on and rock. I set the level and tone to noon and the gain around 2:00 or 3:00, and boom, instant greatness!
Bottom line, great pedal with such a good tone. A must have for guitarists that like to rock!