Bluesbreaker MK1 (1992)

Clapton in a pedal. 

During his years with the Bluesbreakers, Eric Clapton had that sweet sounding combo made by Marshall which we all know from the recordings. Back in the ’90s Marshall decided to recreate that sweet smooth overdrive sound in a stomp box and that is how the Blues Breaker MK1 was born. The Marshall Blues Breaker is an analog overdrive pedal which goes between boost to a light and organic overdrive which colours the guitar tone beautifully, so beautifully that some refer to it as one of the most important overdrive pedals of our times.

Bluesbreaker MK1 (1992) technical specifications

Manufacturer Marshall
Made In UK
Serial Number B12425
FX Acoustic Simulator
Additional FX Acoustic Simulator
Type Pedal
Jacks mounted on One side
Bypass Buffered Bypass
Battery? No
Polarity Center Positive
Circuit Digital
Tube equipped? No
Colour Black

Bluesbreaker MK1 (1992) reviews & comparison videos

Bluesbreaker MK1 (1992) reviews & comparison

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