Overdrive fit for the KANG BABAY!
8 Bit 4 octave Fuzzy Insanity
Precision mid-range tone sculpting as only Pro Tone Pedals can deliver.
A twisted take on the legendary Dead Horse Overdrive
The legendary Page Hamilton joins the Pro Tone family
Looking for the vintage voice Uni-Vibe but with more versatility?
Capturing the vintage springy tone of classic amps in a stompbox form without the fuss of unusable preset mayhem.
Thick, ballsy, Smashing tones from a brief era in big muff history
The Dead Horse Overdrive… REISSUE OF THE ORIGINAL ART WORK!
The Pro Tone Compressor is a stage-ready, studio-grade compressor pedal engineered to deliver warm analog tone and provide dead simple operation.
Pro Tone Pedals OV Overdrive is a FET based emulation of a vintage Orange Graphic MKII
The 1st overdrive developed for progressive metal and djent
The legendary overdrive- The Dead Horse
A full spectrum clean boost pedal from Pro Tone Pedals
Thick flexible fuzz with some serious bottom end- sounds amazing on bass or guitar.
Pro Tone Pedals FAQ #4: How does your pedal compare to the… ? In today’s episode Dennis answers 2 more frequently asked questions: 0:12 Can I use a guitar pedal on bass without sounding muddy 2:53 How does your overdrive compare to your competitors overdrive
Pro Tone Pedals FAQ #3: How does the Attack Overdrive work? In today’s episode Dennis answers 2 more frequently asked questions 0:52 How does the Attack Overdrive work; what makes it different? 6:33 Why aren’t manuals included with your pedals?
Episode #2 of Pro Tone Pedals FAQ show: The history of the Dead Horse Overdrive Art In today’s episode Dennis answers 2 more frequently asked questions 1:14- Dead Horse art- are the differences only cosmetic? 3:26- Why cant I use a battery to power a Pro Tone pedal?