The Soul Food broke the mold when it was released back in 2013, mainly with its name. Nearly all Klon pedals were named after some mythical creature or another yet this didn’t stop it’s popularity.
The Soul Food is based on the Klon Centaur which is a mythical creature in both fiction and real life. The prices are famously so high that even those who can afford one would struggle to justify doing so. The Soul Food was one of the first (maybe even the first) “Klone” from a large well-established company which provided trust in the product. On top of this, it was EXTREMEMLY affordable making it one of the most popular pedals ever.
Compared to a Klon the Soul food is small and basic in style making it similar to a boutique pedal. However, its 50’s style logo makes it recognisable on the thousands of pedalboards it adorns.
The Soul Food doesn’t just overdrive, just like a Klon it:
We’ve been working hard at TonePedia to bring you as many Klons & “Klones” as possible and have a great blog about them here. For the best comparison, we’ve added this original silver Klon Centaur which you can try now. Alongside this, you will find the Klon KTR which is said to be an exact replica of the same company. Now you can decide if it really is.
|Jacks mounted on||Sides|
|Weight (in kg)||0.25|
|Based on famous model?||Klon|
|Special Features||Switchable Buffer|
|Width (in cm)||7|
|Height (in cm)||5.4|
|Depth (in cm)||11.5|