Jetter Gear GS124 Drive (Used)



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The GS124 produces a wide range of overdrive, from the subtle to the not-so-subtle. The pedal’s “sweet spot” for complex chording is between 11 o’clock and 2 o’clock on the Drive knob. At these moderate settings, this user could strum jazzy chords like the famous E major flat seven sharp nine and make out the individual notes. However, above two o’clock the unit became so overdriven that the distortion worked best for power chord-type riffing or single-note phrases. But who plays a complex chord like E flat 7 sharp nine at full distortion? Okay, so maybe Jimi Hendrix did, but probably not with a totally overdriven amplifier. In actuality, the GS124 could also produce a pleasingly “round,” slightly fuzzy sound that mimicked Hendrix’s tone as heard in “All Along the Watchtower.”


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