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MXR M75 Super Badass Distortion
|Item Weight||0.2 Pounds|
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- Highly responsive full spectrum distortion
- Bass, Mid & Treble controls
- 100% Analog
- True bypass
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|Item Dimensions||4.50 x 6.00 x 2.75 inches||4.00 x 6.00 x 3.00 inches||4.00 x 6.00 x 3.00 inches||5.50 x 2.50 x 4.50 inches||6.60 x 4.70 x 2.50 inches|
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The pedal appears to be adequate quality for a around $100. Knobs are tight and the pedal has some weight. This is a a good choice for a hot Marshall distortion sound.
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I am running in through both a Friedman Dirty Shirley and a Line 6 Spider V120 (haters gonna hate), and it sounds fantastic across the valve/digital/solid-state spectrum. I adore British style over-driven amp tones, as this seems to do really well in helping me push an already crunched amplifier into the next stage for heavy riffing and solos.
While it is definitely not tight enough for metal, there is plenty of gain on tap to play from blues to hard-rock styles quite fluently. Learning to operate the 3 band EQ is essential, as you will want to either thicken or thin the sound out for the respective tone you are going for. Less bass with more mids and treble serves for a great Tube Screamer style boost pedal, while slightly scooping the mids with more bass and treble had a great blues-overdrive sound quite similar to my Boss BD2 Waza (but even smoother). Honestly, I was surprised at how good the low-gain sounds were out of this pedal!
Overall, an excellent pedal for the price. Compared to many other "Boutique" offerings that come in over £150 - £200, the MXR Superbadass Distortion is definitely worth your time and money.
I tried the Distortion III pedal and found it nothing like the YouTube videos, the OD channel on my amp was the same.
What I have noticed is that these pedals don't like certain guitars, mega high output pickups sound awful so you'll probably find like me that some of your guitars are going to sound horrible compared to others.
This pedal is flexible in tone and eq, so can dial in a hint or full on distortion and get exactly the tone I'm after.