The Thorndal Duane ’69 is a two in one pedal. Left switch is a boost - clear and transparent. Dial it back to get a minus boost or crank it to get an amp-like boost. Right switch is the overdrive - extremely organic and dynamic. What make the Duane ’69 dynamic and versatile are the Tone, Voice and Input controls.
Tone - Treble cut. Dial it clockwise to cut the treble.
Voice - Bass cut. Dial it clockwise to cut the bass.
Input - Volume & low-mid regulator. Use it to match the Duane ’69 to the pickups you use on your guitar. It is a brilliant knob, we loved it.
Gregor Olbrich is the mind behind Thorndal. The guitar builder was desiring a boost/overdrive that alters your core tone as little as possible. We think it’s mission accomplished!
Little advice: The Duane ’69 operates on battery or on regulated 9-18 Volt adapter. Thorndal recommends to feed it with 12 Volt for maximum satisfaction, which is how the TonePedia demos were recorded.
|Weight (in g)||353.00|
|Size (Dimensions W x D X H in mm)||118 x 94 x 54|